The Law Library of Congress is revamping their reading room which means that visitors will find things are shifting around a bit temporarily. Operations will be moving to the ground floor of the Madison building while the reading room is being redone. This temporary space is smaller, which means that some of the collection housed in the reading room will move to the closed stacks during renovation. For more information, see the post on the Law Library’s blog here, complete with pictures of the start of the dismantling of the reading room. We wish them the best and know they’ll enjoy their renovated reading room once it reopens in mid-2015.