Jim Martin has been with the Law Library of Congress since June of 1992. At the Law Library he has worked as a reference librarian, as head of the Law Library Reading Room and as interim rare materials curator. Currently he is a Senior Legal Information Analyst in the Public Services Division where he provides reference and research services to congress, the government and the public. Before coming to the Law Library, he was Public Services Librarian at the University of Arkansas School of Law/Pulaski County Law Library in Little Rock, Arkansas. Jim has a B.A. in history from the University of Alabama, a J.D. from Alabama and a M.I.L.S. from the University of Michigan. His interests are spending time with family, reading, especially history and science fiction, and figuring out ways to navigate around Washington area traffic.
Most Recent Posts
- The First Form 1040 April 18th, 2017
- Law and LGM (Little Green Men), Part 1. April 6th, 2017
- Whose Broad Stripes and Bright Stars–Pic of the Week March 3rd, 2017
- An Interview with Theresa Reiss, Legal Reference Librarian February 16th, 2017
- Bookends — Pic of the Week February 2nd, 2017