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New Books in the Law Library
The Law Library is always adding new titles to the collection. Check out the additions made in December and January on our January New Books List. Of notable mention this month is Dan Kanstroom and M. Brinton Lykes (editors) for The New Deportations Delirium; Interdisciplinary Responses.
Exhibit Celebrates 20 Years of the Rare Book Room
This May marks the 20th anniversary of the dedication of the Daniel R. Coquillette Rare Book Room. In celebration, this retrospective exhibit looks back at past exhibitions devoted to law student notebooks, generous benefactors like Kathryn “Kitty” Preyer, collectors like our own Dan Coquillette and Jim Rogers, legal postcards, Francis Bacon, international legal materials, and more. Check out the exhibit webpage or stop by the Rare Book Room weekdays from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.
New Issue of Boston College Law Review
Congratulations to the editors of Boston College Law Review on their latest issue! The issue features exciting new scholarship on health care law, CORI reform, and other hot topics. Did you know that all issues of BCLR and BC's other law reviews are available in Digital Commons @ Boston College Law School, the Law School's institutional repository?
Use Your BC Email Address to Get the NY Times Online
The BC Law Library is happy to offer personal digital subscriptions to NYTimes.com for members of the BC Law community. If you haven't registered yet, your account is waiting for you: just go to the NY Times password reset page and enter your firstname.lastname@example.org email address to start the process. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com. Image by Stougard, CC BY-SA.
Every Day Really Is a Holiday
If you’re looking for a reason to celebrate any day, look no further than the Law Library’s 2016 Every Day’s a Holiday Calendar. Congress and the state legislatures routinely designate days, weeks, months, and years to commemorate special events, activities, or people. Read more about the holiday calendar on the Legal Eagle Blog.