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Squire Law School & Library Downing Street

Squire Law School and Library, Downing Sreet

History of the Squire Law School Downing Street

The Squire Law Library has existed since 1904, and it has occupied three sites: Downing Street (till 1935); The Cockerell Building, Old Schools (1935-95); and West Road (1995-present).

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