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August 26 – National Women’s Equality Day

In July 1848, the first women’s rights conference was held in Seneca Falls, New York.  Elizabeth Cady Stanton along with three  women opened a public meeting to discuss the “social, civil and religious condition of  women,” as noted in the Report of...

Survival Resources for New Law Students

New to law school?  We have a number of materials to help you succeed:  Law School Success in a Nutshell:  A Guide to Studying law and Taking Law School Exams Acing Your First Year of Law School:  The Ten Steps to Success You Won’t Learn in Class Law School Revealed: ...
Welcome – We’re Glad You’re Here!

Welcome – We’re Glad You’re Here!

We look forward to meeting all of our entering students for Fall 2012.  Be sure to come into the library so that we can meet you.  When you stop by to meet us, have the bar code from your GWorld card scanned into your record.   The bar code is important so that you...
Special Collections Recent Acquisition

Special Collections Recent Acquisition

[Statuta Placentiae]  [Piacenza: s.n., November 12, 1472] A Renaissance legal manuscript in folio format, of 74 unnumbered vellum leaves, 40 lines to a full page, rubricated with two- to three-line initials in red, with red headings.  There is some contemporary...

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