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An Interview with Gail Warren, Virginia State Law Librarian

The following is a guest post by Andrew Winston, a legal reference librarian in the Public Services Division of the Law Library of Congress.  Andrew interviews the Virginia State Law Librarian, Gail Warren.  We have previously interviewed another state law librarian, Jennifer Frazier, from Kentucky. How long have you been the Virginia State Law Librarian, and […]

An Interview with Laura Fry and Megan Martinsen

The following is a guest post by Jennifer Gonzalez, our web editor in the Digital Resources Division at the Law Library of Congress.  Jennifer previously blogged about American Indian Constitutions. For the last week, I have had the pleasure of working with two library students from the University of Texas at Austin, Laura Fry and Megan Martinsen. […]

FALQs: Freedom of Speech in France

Back in January, Nicolas kicked off our “FALQs” (aka “Frequently Asked Legal Questions”) series with a post on terrorism in France.  He was asked on Twitter to continue the series with a post on freedom of speech in France.  He has previously blogged about “How Sunday Came to be a Day of Rest in France,” “Napoleon Bonaparte […]

2015 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction

Starting in 2012,  I have posted information about this award and have enjoyed following the nominees and winners.  I look forward to seeing which titles are selected for this year’s award. The following is a guest post by Monique Fields, manager of communications at the University of Alabama School of Law. The University of Alabama School […]

Inside the Rosa Parks Collection

The following is a guest post by Liah Caravalho, program specialist with the Office of Legislative and External Relations at the Law Library of Congress.  Liah’s previous contributions include: Magna Carta Event Celebrates Constitution Day and An Interview with Kenneth W. Mack, Inaugural Lawrence D. Biele Professor of Law. On Wednesday, March 11, 2015, the Law […]