“A Constitution should be short and obscure.” Napoleon Bonaparte Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte’s Civil Code of 1804 replaced the patchwork of French laws surviving from feudal times. Its clarity and simplicity made it the model for codifications throughout...
Looking for our latest title on “Animal Rights Movement?” Or our most recent acquisition on “Military Law?” You can now find a list of our recent acquisitions, compiled and published monthly. The latest issue, published in June, features...
About The Burns Brief
The Burns Brief library blog shares timely information about services, events and resources provided by the Jacob Burns Law Library. This blog also communicates relevant law-related and library-related topics germane to greater GW Law Library community.
Subscribe by Email
Stay up-to-date! Get a weekly Burns Brief digest via email. You may opt-out at anytime.
Please, insert a valid email.
Thank you, your email will be added to the mailing list once you click on the link in the confirmation email.
Spam protection has stopped this request. Please contact site owner for help.