It seems that William Thomas Carroll’s student notes from the Litchfield Law School had been hiding in plain view at GW for years, perhaps ever since Mr. Carroll’s days as one of the first law professors at GW’s predecessor, Columbian College. From 1828 until 1933, they effectively remained...
The digital revolution has changed more than how students conduct research in the law library. It has completely changed how they gather materials. It wasn’t too many years ago that the Burns Law Library could barely keep up with student demand for photocopiers. At one point the library...
Through a special arrangement between the Burns Law Library and the William S. Hein & Co., Inc., GW Law alumni now have access to HeinOnline’s Law Journal Collection containing more than 1,700 law and law-related, full-text periodicals covering more than 90 subject areas. The collection...
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