The site of the law library expansion is on the fringe of the orthogonally planned campus of Arizona State University. The Arizona landscape, the curve of the east property line, and the geometrical determinism of the existing law school building and a number of other buildings scattered at the campus edge all communicate permission for exuberant form-making. The dynamic forms of the new law library both contrast and compliment the existing building, Armstrong Hall. When seen together, neither building is dominant; rather, the two are harmonious unconventionalities, forming a College of Law campus within the greater university campus.
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In college, at Arizona State University, he majored in broadcast journalism, but by the time graduation rolled around, had decided a career in news was not for him. Later, he earned a law degree and began practicing in Phoenix, but a little over a year ago, he left that job to pursue a master's in library and information science at the UA, where he is now a fellow in the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library in the James E. Rogers College of Law. 2b1af7f3a8