SF Law Library Loses Bid For Larger, More 'Suitable' Digs

Law360, San Francisco (April 5, 2013, 6:15 PM EDT) -- A California state judge Friday rejected the San Francisco Law Library's bid for an order forcing San Francisco to find it "suitable" new facilities, rejecting arguments that the city's plan to move it into a new 22,000-square-foot space is inadequate and based on shoddy recommendations.  

San Francisco Superior Court Judge Marla Miller said the library's legal team hadn't convinced her that the city's proposal — which includes evicting the law library from its current home in the War Memorial Veterans Building so the building can...
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