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An Interview with Zachary Schaeffer, Law Library Summer Intern

Today’s interview is with Zachary Schaeffer, who is a college student at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia. He is currently working as a summer intern with the Law Library’s Office of Legislative and External Relations. Describe your background. I’m from a small town called Smithsburg, which is outside of Hagerstown, Maryland. I went […]

An Interview with Endia Sowers Paige, Legal Reference Librarian

This week’s interview is with Endia Sowers Paige, a legal reference librarian with the Public Services Division of the Law Library of Congress. Describe your background I am from South Carolina, but I grew up living in several places including North Carolina, Michigan and Germany. I spent childhood summers at my grandmother’s house in rural […]

An Interview with Hector Morey, African Section Head in the African, Latin America and Western European Division

The following is an interview with Hector Morey, head of the African Section in the African, Latin American and Western European Division, Library of Congress. Describe your background. I am originally from Puerto Rico, where I also went to college with the plan to study psychology and earn a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. After […]

An Interview with Elizabeth Pugh, General Counsel

In celebration of Women’s History Month, this week’s interview is with Elizabeth Pugh, general counsel of the Library of Congress. Ms. Pugh has had an illustrious legal career in the federal government that spans over thirty years. Prior to joining the Library, she served at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Department of Education, […]