The attorneys and staff at LIS attended the February 11, 2014 reopening ceremony commemorating the California State Library moving back into the newly renovated Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building.  The library is located across the street from the state’s historic State Capitol.  Enjoy the photos below — sorry about the stamped date on my camera being 12 hours behind!  Maria

Winter 2013-2014 021 (640x480)

Winter 2013-2014 026 (640x480)

Winter 2013-2014 034 (640x480)

Winter 2013-2014 033 (640x480)

 Winter 2013-2014 037 (640x480)Winter 2013-2014 017 (640x480)Winter 2013-2014 046 (640x480) (2)Winter 2013-2014 058 (640x480)

The renovations took four years of dedicated hard work by master architects, engineers, and technology experts to bring the 1928 neo-classical library building up to the 21st Century.  The building now showcases murals and intricately painted coffered ceilings among other magnificent architectural details. Last spring, the Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District, returned to the historic Library and Courts Building.  Finally, the state library will be properly and permanently relocated to its historic site.