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Accessibility Support Services: E.K. Williams Law Library

Law Library Accesibility

Location
401 Robson Hall,  224 Dysart Road

204-474-9997

E.K William Law Library Website

Summary

  • Wheelchair entrance at front of Robson Hall to main floor of building.
  • Accessible entrance doors.
  • Access to library on fourth floor via elevator.
  • Most aisles in Law Library are the minimum wheelchair width (36”). 
  • Study desks accommodate wheelchairs. 
  • Accessible counter at Service Desk.

Parking

  • Two accessible parking spaces in front of building. 
  • Four additional metered parking spaces in front of building suitable for accessible parking. For further information on Accessible Parking contact Parking Services at 204-474-9483

Building and library entrance

  • Good access to front of building.
  • Curb cut on sidewalk for wheelchair access from parking loading area at front of building.
  • Back parking lot has drop off area with ramp to sidewalk.  Sidewalk goes around the building to front accessible entrance.
  • Good access to Law Library from elevator.

Elevator

  • Access in lobby just outside library doors.

Washrooms

  • Accessible washrooms in library lobby with automated doors.

Photocopiers and Print Stations

Located on tables that may require staff assistance

  • Photocopier just inside library entrance.  Coin and card use.
  • One photo copier further inside library.
  • Print station in easily accessible central library area.

Computers

  • Accessible public terminal close to library entrance.
  • Desktop computers located in study carrels along south wall of Law Library. 
  • Wheelchair access may require staff assistance.
  • One computer at a wheelchair accessible workstation.

 Assistive Technology & Facilities