While you're in Seattle for AAS/CEAL 2016, please visit one of the largest East Asian law collections in North America! The East Asian Law Department of the Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library cordially invites East Asian librarians and anyone interested to a short presentation, reception (light snacks, coffee, tea) and tour of our East Asian law collection.
When?Friday April 1st 10:00-11:00 AM
Where?Location of Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library:
The lower two floors (L1 and L2) of William H. Gates Hall, in the Northwest corner of the main University of Washington campus, just south of the Burke Museum. It's near the intersection of Northeast 45th St. and 15th Ave. NE.
From the W.H. Gates hall main entrance, go down one flight of stairs to the Law Library. You will be greeted at the Circulation desk, near the library entrance.
Click here for a detailed online campus map, (W.H. Gates Hall is circled in yellow):
How?From downtown, take Metro bus route #71, 72, or 73 to the University District (about 10-20 minutes). Get off on University Avenue ("The Ave") , between Northeast 42nd and Northeast 45th streets. Note that the new Sound Transit light rail from downtown to the University District (opening in March) will be an option, but would require a long walk uphill from the UW football stadium.
Please RegisterA maximum of 15 guests can be accommodated. First come, first served. Please RSVP to Rob Britt (email@example.com). Do not reply directly to this message.
I look forward to seeing you here!
Coordinator of East Asian Library Services
University of Washington
Gallagher Law Library
East Asian Law Department
William H. Gates Hall, Room L138
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