A Week of Remembrance

Marking a Century Since the End of the Great War

We join with people across the globe in recognizing the end of World War I, also now ironically called “the war to end all wars.” November 11th, 1918, on which day the armistice agreement was signed and later that morning took effect, gave its name to the day as Armistice Day. In the U.K., the Commonwealth nations France and several other European countries it is now called Remembrance Day. The United States renamed the public holiday as Veterans Day following the end of the Korean War. The Law Library salutes those who have served and are serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, and joins with those around the world who seek peace and justice.

Display and Resources This Week

Susan Boland has set up a display of materials relating to military law at the library entrance. Also take note of these resources:

Library & Lexis Lunch & Learn

  • How to Handle a Real Research Problem with Susan Boland and Ashley Russell
    • Tuesday, November 20th, 12:15 – 1:15 P.M. in Room 118
    • Lunch and Lexis Points Provided! Advance registration is required.

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