Law Librarians at the Sir James Dunn Law Library at Dalhousie University designed an escape room to test and compare legal research skills retention among first, second, and third year law school students.

“In a corner of the basement of the Sir James Dunn Law Library, behind an unassuming door, is a room on campus like no other: the soft lighting, the solid wooden furniture, the strains of Glenn Miller coming from a Bakelite radio.

A closer look reveals you’re in a lawyer’s office from 70 years ago, complete with a cast-iron typewriter, a crystal decanter and tumblers, a pipe and ashtray and a Brownie camera, not to mention decorative touches such as the fireplace façade and the vintage photos on the walls.”

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