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Now and Then: The Law Library of Congress circa 1935 – Pic of the Week

The following is a guest post by Donna Sokol, Special Assistant to the Law Librarian of Congress.  For an upcoming installation of the Glimpse of Law series, I was researching the Jefferson Building’s northeast pavilion.  It turns out that the Law Library’s offices used to be housed in that very pavilion, also called the Pavilion […]

An Interview with Samuel Urueta, Intern in the Office of the Law Librarian

As it is summer, it is official summer intern season. Because there are so many post-secondary education institutions in Washington, D.C.  and the greater Washington Metropolitan Area, the Law Library is fortunate to be able to draw from a vast  pool of talented people—from all around the globe—looking to gain professional experience and exposure to the […]

Lessons Learned from AALL in Boston

I enjoyed collecting feedback from my co-workers after last year’s American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) annual conference.  I thought it would be a good idea to continue the tradition. This year’s conference was in Boston.  In addition to snapping some library pictures while I was there, I presented with David, Tina, and Emily Feltren on […]

From Cheerios v. Cheetos to Apartheid, the Law Library Junior Fellows Shine – Pic of the Week

The following is a guest post is by Betty Lupinacci, Lead Technician for Legal Processing Workflow Resolution in our Collection Services Division. The Law Library Collection Services Division’s Junior Fellow Wesley Verge and Associate Junior Fellow Mari Gavin exhibited items from the Law Library’s gift collections as part of the 2012 Library of Congress Junior Fellows display […]

Boston Libraries

Today we are highlighting pictures taken in Boston, where the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) is holding its annual conference.  Some of our Law Library of Congress colleagues are attending and presenting at the conference.  As is the nature of peripatetic librarians, Andrew snapped photos of two of Boston’s iconic libraries. The John F. […]

The Current Legislation on Citizenship in the Vatican City State

The following is a guest post by Dante Figueroa, Senior Legal Information Analyst at the Law Library of Congress. The author would like to recognize the collaboration of  Samuel Urueta, Summer Intern, in the preparation of this posting. Currently, the Vatican City State has a population of about 800 people, which makes it one of the […]