Come see our exhibit celebrating the United States Constitution for “Constitution Day.” Located on the 2nd Floor of the Law Library, this exhibit highlights the history and significance of the Constitution.
In 1942, 15 Japanese American students were forced by federal order to leave Seattle University during World War II. Their educations were disrupted by their unjust removal and incarceration. The indignities and injustices they endured can never be undone, but as a university committed to empowering leaders for a just and humane world, Seattle University is compelled to help with the healing process. As part of that, the Seattle University Trustees will grant these students honorary bachelor degrees at the undergraduate commencement ceremony June 12. The exhibit, Honoring Courage, tells the stories of these students and their lives following the incarceration.
The Children’s Book Week exhibit features library staff member’s favorite children’s books as well as comments about their selections and little known facts about the authors. It was created and designed by Donna Turner, Law Library Bindery Specialist, and is located in the 2nd floor of the law library.
Stop by the library for candy. Check out the Library Blog for daily library trivia. View our READ poster exhibit. Learn why this year’s READ poster participants, Professor Natasha Martin and Dean Mark Niles, selected the books on display as ones that held special significance to them. For past READ poster participants and their selections, check out our READ Feed or take a look at our READ Retrospective Exhibit. The exhibits are located on the 2nd floor of the library.
Law dictionaries are vital study aids for students and references for professionals. An exhibit located in the flat cases on the 2nd floor of the library highlights the various dictionaries available at the Seattle University Law Library. From a dictionary over 300 years old to modern and specialized dictionaries, this exhibit demonstrates the convenience and usefulness of law dictionaries throughout time.
Stop by the law library for candy. Check out the Law Library Blog for daily library trivia. View our READ poster exhibit. Learn why this year’s READ poster participants, Professors Marilyn Berger and John Weaver, selected the books on display as ones which held special significance to them. For past READ poster participants and their selections, check out our READ Feed or take a look at our READ Retrospective Exhibit. The exhibits are located on the 2nd floor of the library.
Generations of law students, lawyers, judges, and other legal professionals have relied on the Bluebook’s system of citation in their writing. The law library’s newest exhibit features the history of the Bluebook. The Bluebook exhibit is located in the flat cases on the 2nd floor of the library. This exhibit was designed by former library intern Tilman Larson (class of 2007) and updated by Library Circulation Assistant Supervisor Charity Braceros, Administrative Assistant Aimee Nguyen and Librarian Kelly Kunsch.