The Supreme Court: Facebook and Twitter

Did you wonder if the Supreme Court uses Facebook or Twitter?  Although the Court has no official presence on Facebook and doesn’t Tweet, check out our display on the first floor of the library to learn about the intrepid souls who post happenings of the Court. ...

Toys and the Law

Have you seen our new display–Toys and the Law?  The display was selected by GW Law students for the library’s first students-chose-the-display event.  Students voted for their favorite between story boards for “toys and the law” and...

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...

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...

New Books on Display & Black History Month

View a selection of our new books on display in the library.  We have a special selection included for February in recognition of Black History Month. The featured books cover a wide variety of topics including the Fugitive Slave Act, the 13th Amendment, the civil...

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