Encyclopedia Britannica

How many of you have ever used Encyclopedia Britannica?  Online or in print?  Well, if you used it in print, say farewell.  For the first time in 244 years, the company announced that the publication will not be sold in book form.  The 2010 edition — all 32...

Lectures from the Hague Academy of International Law Now Online

The Hague Academy of International Law, housed in the Peace Palace in the Hague, Netherlands, hosts a series of summer courses in public and private international law that are taught by eminent scholars in the field.  Since 1923, the lectures were printed and compiled...

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...

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...

Free Books for the Taking

While it may not always be true that the best things in life are free (e.g., unsolicited advice from in-laws, hand-me-downs from the ‘70s), sometimes the Universe can drop a little gem in your lap when you least expect it. Sometimes, being in the right place at the...

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