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Law firm relegates most of its library to recycling bin

Barrett & McNagny, 215 E. Berry St., loaded most of its law library into a bin for recycling Thursday as part of a yearlong office renovation. Managing partner Anthony Stipes said that converting most of the law firm's reference materials to electronic sources would create a library that's easier to use and more up-to-date. Some library materials were accepted as a University of Saint Francis donation. Clearing it out also opened up 2,000-2,500 square feet in the offices, he said. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)
Barrett & McNagny, 215 E. Berry St., loaded most of its law library into a bin for recycling Thursday as part of a yearlong office renovation. Managing partner Anthony Stipes said that converting most of the law firm's reference materials to electronic sources would create a library that's easier to use and more up-to-date. Some library materials were accepted as a University of Saint Francis donation. Clearing it out also opened up 2,000-2,500 square feet in the offices, he said. (By Bob Caylor of The News-Sentinel)
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Barrett & McNagny, 215 E. Berry St., loaded most of its law library into a bin for recycling Thursday as part of a yearlong office renovation. Managing partner Anthony Stipes said that converting most of the law firm's reference materials to electronic sources would create a library that's easier to use and more up-to-date. Some library materials were accepted as a University of Saint Francis donation. Clearing it out also opened up 2,000-2,500 square feet in the offices, he said.

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