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Law Relating to Refugee Rights – Global Legal Collection Highlights

The following is a guest post by Connie Johnson, a senior legal information analyst at the Law Library of Congress.  It is part of our Global Legal Collection Highlights series, in which we publish posts about materials in the Law Library’s collection related to particular topics or jurisdictions. December 10 was international Human Rights Day.  […]

New Year’s Greetings from the Law Librarian of Congress

This is a guest post by the Law Librarian of Congress, David Mao, who has previously written about state government contracts, Justifying Speed, and Food for Thought, among other topics. The New Year’s Greeting for 2013 is available for download in PDF format: 2013_new_years_letter.   FORWARD PROGRESS The Law Library of Congress Made Great Strides in Reaching Its Strategic Goals for […]

Islamic Law in Pakistan – Global Legal Collection Highlights

The following is a guest post by Tariq Ahmad, a Legal Analyst in the Global Legal Research Center of the Law Library of Congress.  This is not Tariq’s first contribution; he has previously blogged about the Law Library’s June 4, 2013 Panel Discussion on Islamic Law and  Sedition Law in India. The Law Library of Congress […]

Napoleon Bonaparte and Mining Rights in France

The following is the first guest post written by Nicolas Boring, Foreign Law Specialist for France and French-speaking countries in the Law Library’s Global Legal Research Center.  Nicolas joined the Law Library family in September 2013.  For more on Nicolas, you can read his recent In Custodia Legis interview.  A couple of weeks ago, I […]

A Look inside the British Library

The following is a guest post by Tammie Nelson, project manager of Congress.gov and an Information Technology Specialist at the Library of Congress. Ever since I have been working at the Library of Congress, I have made it a practice to find and photograph the national library when I visit a new country. Judging by many of the Pics of […]

American Indian Constitutions

The following is a guest post by Jennifer Gonzalez, a Digital Library Technician in the Law Library’s Digital Resources Division. In celebration of Native American History Month, we have just added 428 Native American documents containing constitutions, charters, and acts from the years 1830 to 1960 to Law.gov.   The collection contains two types of material: constitutions […]

Introduction to Canon Law – Global Legal Collection Highlights

The following is a guest post by Dante Figueroa, a Senior Legal Information Analyst at the Law Library of Congress.  Some of Dante’s recent posts include Resources and Treasures of the Italian Parliamentary Libraries, The Italian Legislature and Legislative Process: A Recent Institution in an Ancient Legal System, and  A Fresh Update on the Canonical […]