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Library Events/Activities

The Hanson Reading Room frequently hosts special events for the College of Law and University, including meetings, luncheons and dinners.

2018 - Dean Crago addresses the incoming first-year class during orientation lunch.

2017 Daniel S. Guy First-Year Appellate Advocacy Competition Reception

2017 - U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces visits the David C. Crago Rare Book Room during its visit to hear oral arguments.

2017 Law Review Symposium Luncheon (Symposium Editor Shelby Martin, JD '17, and her parents, John Martin, JD '90,  and Kim Martin, JD '91).
2016 Daniel S. Guy First-Year Appellate Advocacy Competition Reception
2016 Celebrezze Competition Reception


Summer Starter Lunch



Dan Guy Competition Reception 2015


Fall 2014 Orientation



Dan Guy Competition Reception 2014

Summer Starter Orientation Lunch in the Hanson Reading Room.


A student celebrates her birthday as a first-year...

...and as a second-year...

...and again as a third-year!




October 2013 – Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the dedication of the Tilton Hall of Law with cake, a scrapbook and an audio recording of Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun’s dedication speech.

The law library’s annual legal research workshops are always popular with students – especially the review sessions at exam time!

First-year students “wandering and pondering” legislative history in the library stacks.

First-year students taking a break from homework.

Legal research classes are frequently held in the library for “hands-on” learning.