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Meet Karin Linhart: A Law Library of Congress Patron

The following is a guest post by Elizabeth Moore, a librarian at the Law Library of Congress.  Karin is our second patron to be interviewed. Alexander Hoffman was the first. Describe your background. Karin Linhart was recently here for five weeks in the Law Library of Congress doing research for her post-doctoral thesis.  Karin is a native of Lauda, […]

An Interview with Irakli Kotetishvili, a Legislative Intern at the Law Library

This week’s interview is with Irakli Kotetishvili.  From Georgia (country), Irakli is doing his internship at the Law Library of Congress as part of the State Department sponsored Legislative Fellows Program. Describe your background? I was born and raised in Georgia (country) when it was still a part of the Soviet Union. I remember life […]

An Interview with Jeffrey Helm, Hispanic Division Intern

This week’s interview is with Jeffrey Helm.  Jeffrey is an intern at the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress. Jeffrey came to the Library of Congress through the Hope College Washington Honors Semester program. During his internship he has been tasked with working on a second (and now third) iteration of the Hispanic Division’s Distant Neighbors:  […]

An Interview with Pamela Howard-Reguindin, Nairobi Field Office Director

Meet Pamela Howard-Reguindin, Director of the Library of Congress field office in Nairobi, Kenya.  Pamela and her staff collect most of the materials that Law Library staff as well as our patrons use to conduct research on various African jurisdictions.  We are very grateful to them! Describe your background. San Diego, California is my home […]

An Interview with Jason Steinhauer, Program Specialist

This week’s interview is with Jason Steinhauer.  Jason is a Program Specialist in the Office of Scholarly Programs of the Library of Congress. Describe your background. I’m a New Yorker through-and-through, in everything from how fast I walk to my subsistence on pizza and bagels.  I was born at Albert Einstein Hospital in the Bronx and […]

An Interview with Rick Fitzgerald, Librarian

This week’s interview is with Rick Fitzgerald, a Librarian in the Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate of the Library of Congress. I grew up in Sparta, New Jersey, and moved to Arizona in 1994, where I lived on and off for nine years. I have also lived overseas for brief periods – in the Netherlands and […]