The Dee J. Kelly Law Library proudly presents Taming the Tongue In the Heyday of English Grammar (1711-1851), an exhibition from the collection of Bryan A. Garner, on display in the Reading Room and Special Collections Room through May 7, 2022.
Texas A&M School of Law professors Malikah Hall and Aaron Retteen were featured in a "must-see" live program at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting - How Persistent Identifiers Can Change the Impact Landscape for Legal Scholarship - where they discussed their experiences implementing persistent identifiers in legal scholarship and shared insights discussed in detail in their forthcoming paper Persistent Identifiers and the Next Generation of Legal Scholarship, available at https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3168863.
The Dee J. Kelly Law Library at Texas A&M School of Law in Fort Worth launches its first anti-racism research guide early August. The collection houses over 400 resources that "will help users learn more about anti-racism and how to become anti-racism allies and accomplices."
Texas A&M University School of Law Dee J. Kelly Law Library, with Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Chairperson Sara Vargas, celebrates Black history with a display featuring the front pages of historical newspapers. Print materials, highlighting important milestones in African American legal history, are also displayed.