University of Michigan Law Library


The past month has been a whirlwind of exciting life updates as my brother got engaged and I made an exciting career change. Yesterday was actually my first day at my new job working in the laboratories at the State of Michigan! With a few days off last week in between jobs I decided to check a library off my bucket list that is relatively just down the road from where I live.  One of my best friends happened to be in town for the week from Arizona so we coordinated breakfast in Ann Arbor before walking to the Law Library.  I hadn’t expected the absolute nightmare parking would turn out to be but Megan and I eventually both found spots.  Based on glowing recommendations we enjoyed the raisin bread and coffee at Angelo’s, which was well worth the half hour wait in the cold. After stuffing ourselves Megan and I enjoyed navigating U of M’s campus on the way to the Law Library. Upon entering the Reading Room we make a slow circuit around this stunning room speaking only in the most hushed whispers as it was filled with students studying away. Words fail to convey how beautiful Library is so I’ll let the photos speak for themselves!


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12 comments

  1. That looks amazing! I haven’t been in Ann Arbor since my family moved from there to the East Coast back when I was 4 or 5, but those shots sure do make me interested in a trip back someday. Congratulations to you and your brother!

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  2. Reblogged this on John's Notes and commented:
    I have posted about libraries I have visited before. I thought that this Blog post by “The Critiquing Chemist” showed off a very interesting building. While it is a specialty library (the law library), it is none the less a beautiful and picturesque building.

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