Contribute to the Stanford Law School e-Book Cookbook!

 

Calling all cooks!  As part of our commitment to wellness, the library has a new display of cookbooks in the second floor’s 24-7 Lounge.  All cookbooks are available for checkout, and we encourage you to suggest others for inclusion in our collection.

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RECIPES!  We have also started an SLS e-book cookbook, entitled “In the Kitchen with Stanford Law School.”  If you are an SLS student, staff, or faculty member, please contribute your favorite recipes, cooking anecdotes, and food-related photos! Submissions are open through December 1st.  When the e-book is finished (December/January), you’ll be able to download it for free via iTunes! Submitting your recipes and photos is easy.   Just follow this link:  http://bit.ly/sls4cbk

So, take a restorative study or work break in the kitchen!

Welcome and Welcome Back!

Read the Fall 2013 edition of the Crownicle, an occasional newsletter of the Robert Crown Law Library.

Another Timely CRS Report — “Syria’s Chemical Weapons: Issues for Congress”

Another timely Congressional Research Service (CRS) report

  • Syria’s Chemical Weapons:
    Issues for Congress
    By Mary Beth D. Nikitin
    Specialist in Nonproliferation
    & Paul K. Kerr
    Analyst in Nonproliferation
    & Andrew Feickert
    Specialist in Military Ground Forces
    August 20, 2013 [R42848]

is here.

Hat tip to Docuticker.com.

Cross-posted at Legal Research Plus.