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Figure 2-4.—Library layout for small- or medium-sized library. specific areas of law, such as military justice, legal in one book, then obtain another book to help develop assistance, and claims, should be kept in the spaces of the division primarily concerned with those specific areas. Even though some of the materials contained in the  library  are  located  in  various  offices,  there  are certain materials that should be kept in a central loca- tion. These include such materials as finding tools, reporters, and certain sets containing statutes. A definite arrangement is needed in the central library for these particular materials to help you and those individuals using the library to locate specific references quickly and  easily.  The  arrangement  of  the  materials  kept  in separate offices should be left up to the individuals controlling those offices. However, the accountability for these materials is still your responsibility since they are part of the law library. Legal  research  frequently  entails  the  use  of  several books simultaneously. Observe someone researching the law and you will see that person find a point of law that point, then refer to another book to develop it further, and so on until that person has refined it to its most effective point. This process involves the examin- ing of a law from many varied sources. The physical arrangement  of  the  library  should  be  established  in  a manner that will permit the researcher to reach each of these books with a minimum of wasted motion. Space and  equipment  limitations  will  dictate  the  most  effec- tive layout for your library. Figures 2-3 and 2-4 show two  sample  arrangements. The following suggestions may be helpful to you in determining the arrangement of the materials in your library. .  Organization  by  major  subject—In  some  librar- ies, the books are shelved in groups based on their major subject content (military justice, criminal law, or admi- ralty  law). 2-9

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