March 27, 2000
Celebrating its one-year anniversary, the
Gallagher Law Library website sports a sleek new design. The goal of the
new look is to facilitate one-click access to many frequently used
documents. New categories cluster items for specific types of website
users, including students and attorneys
and members of the public.
The left navigation bar on the old site has
been replaced with a horizontal navigation bar that appears on every
page. This new border also incorporates a "Site Search"
feature that allows users to locate specific information on the Gallagher
Law Library site. A new bottom border includes a copyright statement, date
and time the specific page was last updated, and email contacts for the
website's content and technical managers. Please contact either or both of
these folks to register your comments about the website's redesign.
The initial page highlights specific items
and documents under each category that is represented on the top
navigation border. Users can access a full description of these documents
by choosing either the link in the navigation bar or the category name on
The site still includes the same wide range
of useful information relied on by web users. The collection of legal
research guides continues to grow; links
to primary sources of U.S. and Washington State law are checked and
updated regularly. A new Frequently Asked Questions
About the Gallagher Law Library addresses questions about the Library
and its website.