Law Library within the New Glucksman Library
The University of Limerick is delighted to unveil the dynamic and inspiring New Glucksman Library, designed to transform the Library and the University for scholarship in a digital age. The dynamic new library, which was overseen by Director Dr Gobnait O’Riordan, has been dramatically reimagined and extended with a sequence of interlinked, handsome, well-lit and beautifully proportioned spaces, each with a distinctive character, allowing for mood change and multiple uses, from the quiet traditional study space to much more vibrant and technology infused group spaces. Repurposing the current library and adding an extra 7,600 sq. metres the new Library has an additional 1,200 study places in a variety of learning styles that brings the total number of library study spaces to 2,100. The new law library is 1.500sqm, with 220 study places, 4 group study rooms for 4 persons, 1 group study for 8 persons, 1 meeting room for 12 persons, an appellate court with 48 seats, and a Judges Chambers for 6 persons.