Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week, organized by the Association of Research Libraries, is “an annual celebration of the important doctrines of fair use and fair dealing.” Events are coordinated around the world. Participate in a virtual Q&A event...
In recognition of Black History month, our new first floor display “Celebrating Black History Month and Protecting Voting Rights” focuses on the Voting Rights Act of 1965. A landmark piece of U.S. federal legislation passed during the Civil Rights Era, the...
On January 27, despite the inclement weather, the Burns Law Library’s 7th annual legal research fair, Lawlapalooza 2016, took place as scheduled. GW Law students got to meet with exhibitors from online research services and learn about the many services and...
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