50th Anniversary of the 23rd Amendment

Today marks the ratification of the 23rd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1961, giving the District of Columbia representation in the electoral college for selecting the President and Vice-President.  Prior to the passage of the Amendment, residents of the...

Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, marking the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day.  Come in and see our new books display that features books on women and the law.  Topics cover domestic violence and international law, laws regulating...

Bridging the Gap 2011

Bridging the Gap 2011 is an intensive day-long program for law students to review research skills before summer employment begins.  Hear from experts on how to cost-effectively tackle your summer employment research assignments.  Listen to a panel of attorneys with...

Star in a READ® mini-Poster

All currently enrolled GW Law students are invited to enter for a chance to be featured in a Law Library READ® poster.  See a READ® poster in the Law Library by the circulation desk.  Selected students will be featured on individual READ® posters holding a book...

On Display – The History of Legal Citation Manuals

Frustrated by The Bluebook?  For 85 years, law students, lawyers and judges have struggled with the intricate rules of this legal citation manual.  Other citation manuals had come before it, such as one published by the Nebraska Supreme Court, and others have...

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