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Appellate Judges Education Institute Summit–Pic of the Week

As a member of the Legislative and External Relations Office in the Law Library of Congress, I have the exciting opportunity to plan public events that celebrate law related observances such as Law Day and Constitution Day. I also have the pleasure of coordinating program visits for legal professionals and students from all over the world who want to learn about the Law Library of Congress.

On Friday, November 13, I organized a program for participants of the 12th Annual Appellate Judges Education Institute Summit (AJEI). The group included federal and state appellate judges and lawyers from across the United States. This pic of week shows the participants with Rare Book Curator, Nathan Dorn and Senior Legal Information Analyst, Jim Martin who provided a display of rare books and manuscripts from the Library’s past exhibition, Magna Carta: Muse and Mentor.


12th Annual Appellate Judges Education Institute (AJEI) Summit Participants. Photo by Kevin Long.

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