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June Top 10

Our new Top 10 series attracted a lot of readers last month - so many that May Top 10 topped this list for June.

Minerva & her list. Source: Prints and Photographs Division

We’ve started to group Robert and Barbara’s Beginner’s Guide posts into a new category, Research Guide. The category is so popular it would be the second most viewed post in June if included below.

Here are the top ten In Custodia Legis posts from June:

  1. May Top 10
  2. Government Contracts: A Beginner’s Guide
  3. How Robin Hood Defied King John and Brought Magna Carta to Sherwood Forest
  4. A Tribute to Dwight D. Opperman, Legal Publishing Pioneer and Friend of the Law Library of Congress
  5. Stetson University Celebrates 125 Years as a Federal Depository Library – Pic of the Week
  6. Iran’s Upcoming Presidential Election
  7. Glimpsing Madonna in a Sphinx: Carta Executoria 1532
  8. DOMA and LGBT Commemorative Month
  9. June 4, 2013 Panel Discussion on Islamic Law
  10. The Italian Legislative Procedure

Since the year is at the halfway point, I thought I’d include our top five posts we’ve done so far this year:

Law Library of Congress Reading Room Copy of the U.S. Statutes at Large

  1. Frequent Reference Question: How Many Federal Laws Are There?
  2. Congressional Record Added to Congress.gov
  3. How to Locate Free Case Law on the Internet
  4. The Cyprus Banking Crisis and its Aftermath: Bank Depositors be Aware
  5. Employment and Labor Law: A Beginner’s Guide

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What has been your favorite post for this year?

Is there one that you have bookmarked?

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