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New England Bar Association Annual Meeting (NEB161013)
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New England Bar Association Annual Meeting at The Study at Yale, New Haven, CT.

10/13/2016 to 10/15/2016
When: Thursday, October 13 - 15, 2016
October 13 - 5:00 p.m. Reception | October 14 and 15 - 8:00 a.m. Breakfast
Where: The Study at Yale
1157 Chapel Street
New Haven, Connecticut 
United States
Contact: Member Service Center

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2016 New England Bar Association  
Annual Meeting  

Room Reservation Deadline: Please make hotel room reservations by Tuesday, September 13, 2016. Reservations may be booked online or by phone (866)930-1157 (please reference the New England Bar Association when calling).

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Highlights of Yale

Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

121 Wall St
One of the largest buildings in the world devoted entirely to rare books and manuscripts, the library has room in the central tower for 180,000 volumes and in the underground book stacks for more than a million volumes. Temperature and humidity controls ensure that stored materials are protected for future generations. The Gutenberg Bible, the first Western book printed from movable type, and Audubon's Birds of America are on permanent exhibition.

The building, constructed of Vermont marble and granite, bronze and glass, was designed by Gordon Bunshaft, of the firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill. The George A. Fuller Construction Company was the general contractor. Work began on the building in 1960 and was completed in 1963. The white, gray-veined marble panes of the exterior are one and one-quarter inches thick and are framed by shaped light gray Vermont Woodbury granite. These marble panels filter light so that rare materials can be displayed without damage.

Peabody Museum of Natural History
170 Whitney Ave
The Peabody Museum of Natural History, founded in 1866, is one of the oldest and largest university natural history museums in the world
, with more than 13 million objects (fossils, minerals and artifacts). The Peabody houses several internationally important collections, most notably our paleontology collections, which are the third largest and rank among the most historically important fossil collections in the nation.

Yale University Art Gallery
1111 Chapel St
The Yale University Art Gallery was founded in 1832 when history painter and portraitist John Trumbull sold 28 paintings and 60 miniature portraits to the University. Trumbull himself designed a Neoclassical building to exhibit the works. When the Trumbull Gallery opened to the public on October 25, 1832, it became the first college art museum in the United States. While the Trumbull Gallery is no longer standing, today’s Yale University Art Gallery is housed in three historic structures designed by four architects.

The Yale University Art Gallery is free and open to the public. You can spend as much time as you like during these visits, knowing that no one will charge you an entry fee or rush you along as you enjoy some of the 4,000 visual treasures on view in our three historic buildings on Chapel Street.

Yale University Walking Tour
This walking tour will guide you to many historically and architecturally significant sites on Yale’s campus (stops 1–80) and in New Haven (stops a–f). The Central Campus component of the tour begins at the Yale Visitor Center on Elm Street, across from the New Haven Green. Original architects (or artists) and dates are noted in parentheses. For more information, please visit



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