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December Retrospective

December was another enjoyable month for In Custodia Legis.  We introduced two new guest bloggers, Nicole and Steve.  Nicole posted a couple of times:  first on Social Networks and French Labor Law and, in response to a comment on the blog, on The Role of the “Doctrine” as a Source of Law in France.  Steve added a recap of our Human Rights Day event, Cultural Property Rights of Indigenous People.

Our posts with the top page views for December were:

1. THOMAS: The Last Update of the Year

2. Social Networks and French Labor Law: Beware of your Facebook Friends!!

3. First Snow of Winter – Pic of the Week

4. Snow, a Wreath, and Books – Pic of the Week

5. How Do I Find…?

Our top commented on posts were:

1. The Role of the “Doctrine” as a Source of Law in France

2. Acid in Books — Preserving the Law Collection

On our Facebook page, the most commented post was Human Rights Day at the Law Library, and the most liked was Universal Declaration of Human Rights – Pic of the Week.  Did I mention that the Pic of the Week posts were popular?  One of the other Library of Congress blogs, Inside Adams, decided to start posting a Pic of the Week too!

We continued to interview the Law Library of Congress staff.  There were five new interviews: Kevin Long, Shameema Rahman, Edith Palmer, Debora Keysor, and Betty Lupinacci.

It was an amusing challenge trying to continue posting on a daily basis with people coming and going for the holidays.  Feel free to suggest a topic for a future post.

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