Tennessee Supreme Court’s shuttering of its three state law libraries
State Supreme Court to close 3 libraries: Some high-level belt-tightening will result in the Tennessee Supreme Court’s shuttering of its three state law libraries, including its Middle Division library in Nashville, effective Dec. 21.
The high court’s ruling is effective Dec. 31. and is part of the judicial system’s budget-cutting process. Besides the Nashville library location closure, the court is also closing its libraries in Knoxville and Jackson.
The three law libraries combined house about 125,000 volumes and material on CD ROM. The Nashville location also has a computer lab.