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We lost one of our own this week, beloved law librarian Richard Adamo.

Richard was a man of great humor and joy, enormous kindness and generosity, and a passionate believer in the mission of providing legal information to the public. He will be deeply missed by both his colleagues and those he served. You can find his obituary at the Boston Globe.

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