Thursday, June 16, 2011

Take a Break with Summer Reading

Law students, with exams behind you, be sure and take a break from your studies and consider enjoying some leisurely summer reading.

Need some suggestions? The Suggested Reading List for Prospective & Current Law Students offers some reading picks. There is something for everyone here, whether you are interested in prizewinning books related to law, literary fiction, biographies and autobiographies, history, or perhaps noteworthy cases. Many of the books on the list were suggested by the Admissions Office. Others have been added at the suggestion of library staff, faculty, or others in the law school community. The list is not required reading.

The list includes links which will take you into the Gallagher Law Library catalog, where you can learn more about each title, including in which libraries it is held.

Not in Seattle this summer? Click on the link under WorldCat, "Worldwide libraries own this item," to find out whether a library in your location owns a particular title.

The only rule of summer reading? Simply enjoy it!

1 comment:

Sonja said...

Hi Sherry L.! Love your summer reading suggestions - thanks! Also love your contributions to Gallagher Blogs - keep up the good work! ;)