Georgetown Law Library exhibits are intended to inform and educate patrons and visitors about subjects of current, scholarly, social, historical, local, or institutional interest through the use of scholarly resources and visual materials.
Library exhibits are accessible to all patrons and visitors during opening hours.
Materials from a variety of sources, including collections or items owned by the Georgetown Law Library or larger Georgetown Law Center, are featured in library displays.
Library exhibit display cases are located in the atrium of the E.B. Williams Law Library. Any member of the Georgetown Law Center community, in affiliation with an established campus organization may propose an exhibit for these display cases.
The Special Collections Exhibit Case, located outside the Special Collections Reading Room (Williams 210), features exhibits of rare and historical materials curated by staff of the Law Library’s Special Collections and Archives Department.