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Bathroom Reader

Informing Captive Audiences Since 2010! | Harvard Law School Library | Volume 8 Issue 1: Jan.-Feb. 2017

New App: RegInfo Mobile

If youve ever wished you could have upcoming


federal regulations and forms at your fingertips
and on-the-go, your wish has come true! RegInfo Mobile, a new app from the U.S. General Services Administration, makes the Reginfo.gov website mobile
complete with interactive visualizations, public meetings
info, keyword searches, ability to subscribe to updates by
regulation identifier number (RIN), and historic information to 1995. Visit the App Store or Google Play to get it!

Chocolate!?

Research Consultations

Someone somewhere maybe said


chocolate is good
for cognitive abilities, concentration skills, and memory. Get
your study on at the 2017
Harvard Square Chocolate
Festival, January 27-29. For
more info, visit the website
at http://bit.ly/br801.

As you work on January


projects and begin to think
about Spring, remember that
your librarians are ready to
meet with you to provide
personalized suggestions for
research resources and strategies to make your research
process more efficient. Book
a consultation at http://bit.
ly/hlslask.

Winter Sports

Some Like It Hot!

Sports fans, check out the


Bruins and the Celtics at TD
Garden for some winter pro
sports. Boston is also a great
town for college hockey. A
winter highlight is the Beanpot tournament. Harvards
teams face Boston College on
February 1 & 2 and will play
again in either the championship or consolation games
on February 8 & 9. More info
at http://bit.ly/br802.

Hot or spicy or
vegan or exotic
or traditional
i f youre st i l l
hungry after the
Chocolate Festival, check out the offerings
at Harvard Squares 9th annual Some Like it Hot chili
cook-off and free tasting
on February 4 at 31 Brattle
Street (in front of the florist).
May the best chili win!

Book Talks

Mark your calendar: space is limited! Talks begin at 12 noon and


include lunch.
Jan. 30 in WCC 2019 Heidi K.
Gardner on Smart Collaboration:
How Professionals and Their Firms
Succeed by Breaking Down Silos
Feb. 14 (room TBA) Leia Castaneda Anastacio on The Foundations
of the Modern Philippine State: Imperial Rule and the American Constitutional Tradition in the Philippine Islands

Boston in Winter

Winter is here and there is


so much to enjoy in Greater Boston from skating
and skiing to museums
and theater outings to brewery and
chocolate factory tours. Boston.com
has a great list of 25 things you can
do for under $25 with all of these
activities and other winter fun. Visit http://bit.ly/br803.

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