In the September issue of Student Lawyer (at 6 for all you pinpoint citation fans), Elizabeth Kelley writes a column “I Wish I’d Known.” Of her law school experience, she emphasizes “Don’t forget to enjoy it!” (exclamation point hers). And one of her suggestions is “Explore the library and check out books that are not on your syllabi.” If you decide to heed her advice, our doors are almost always open. Check our hours here.
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.
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.