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National Library Week April 10-16, 2016

Take time to visit a library this week as National Library Week is observed. All types of libraries participate in this event which is sponsored by the American Library Association(ALA) and has been celebrated since 1958. Each yearly observation has a theme and this year's theme is "Libraries Transform." Want to visit Jenkins Law Library, but not a member? See our website for information about us as well as our location and hours. If you have more questions, please call us at 215.574.1505.

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