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Spring 2017 Newsletter

Legal Poetry—A Library Display

Legal Poetry

If you love poetry, a law library might be the perfect place for you—especially OUR law library.  There is a new display in the Williams Atrium on historic legal poetry.  It features three lawyer poets, one of whom was a Georgetown Law graduate.

The display features William Law McLaughlin’s original hand-written poem entitled, “Lost and Found,” which was written in 1880.  McLaughlin graduated from Georgetown Law in 1884.

And if you enjoy the display, you will LOVE our law and poetry collection.  Here are a few book selections from our library to whet your appetite. 

All of these and many more may be found by searching our Gulliver catalog for law and poetry.

Legal Poetry

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