“They’re Like Individual Fortresses!”

New Carrels September 2011 - ch That’s what one library user said when she first noticed our brand new study carrels on the second floor. They do offer the privacy of a miniature fortress, but you won’t have to cross a moat to reach them. They’re open, airy and comfortable, with new high quality adjustable chairs. Each of the twenty carrels is individually lighted and features four electrical outlets so you can plug in at will. These carrels are non-reserve and may be used on a first-come, first-seated basis. We hope you will enjoy them!

– Amy Wharton

 

 

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Amy Wharton

Amy Wharton became Director of the Arthur J. Morris Law Library at the University of Virginia School of Law in February 2018. She was previously Research & Web Services / Emerging Technologies Librarian. She has taught Advanced Legal Research and is a past-president of the Virginia Association of Law Libraries (VALL). Amy joined the Arthur J. Morris Law Library in 2008.

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