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National Library Week Celebration and Events at the UW Law Library

Happy National Library Week! Stop by the UW Law Library this week and help us celebrate. For our celebration this year, we've put together a number of activities including games, displays, and faculty/staff READ posters.

READ Posters
This year's posters feature, Louis Butler, Justice in Residence, and the Law School IT Team, Eric Giefer, Darryl Berney, Karen Koethe and Joel Santodomingo.

Want to star in your very own READ poster? Then head over to the MERIT Education Library (formerly the CIMC) this week with your favorite book. They'll take your photo and create a poster for you.

Reference Book of the Day
National Library Week is also an ideal time to discover some library resources of which you may not be aware. Look for the Reference Book of the Day on display at the reference desk. You might just find a few hidden gems in our collection.

Games, Snacks and Prizes (for UW Law School students, faculty and staff only)
Crossword Puzzle - Monday through Wednesday

Complete our National Library Week crossword puzzle with clues that relate to law and legal research. A gift donated by the UW Alumni Office will be awarded to the person with the most correct puzzle answers.

Pick-up a copy of the crossword puzzle at the Reference Desk and drop off your completed entry no later than 9:00 p.m. on Weds. April 15th . The winner will be notified by email on Thursday, April 16th. In the event of a tie, the winner will be drawn at random from all correct entries. This contest is open to all UW Law School students, faculty, and staff. Good luck everyone!!

Live Games and Snacks - Thursday, 1:00 to 2:00 in the Atrium

Join the library staff in the atrium for an afternoon of fun games and prizes in the atrium. Cookies will also be served courtesy of LexisNexis and Westlaw.