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Add Congress.gov to Your Home Screen

One of the wonderful features of Congress.gov is its responsive design.  If you are like I was and have no idea what that means check out Mashable’s article, “Why 2013 Is the Year of Responsive Web Design.” (Congress.gov launched back in 2012; we are a little ahead of the curve.) I’ve mentioned before that: I also love […]

An Interview with Chayada Polpun, Foreign Law Intern

This week’s interview is with Chayada Polpun, a summer intern working in the Global Legal Research Center of the Law Library of Congress. It is part of a series of interviews that introduce our summer interns to In Custodia Legis readers. You may have noticed that Chayada missed the interns’ group photo we recently published […]

Upcoming Event Will Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Criminal Justice Act of 1964

The Law Library of Congress and the Federal Bar Association (FBA) Criminal Law Section are co-hosting an event to mark a year-long commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Criminal Justice Act of 1964. This landmark legislation secured the 6th Amendment right to counsel in federal court. The event will begin with remarks by David Mao, […]

Library of Celsus – Pic of the Week

With daily posts on In Custodia Legis, it may appear that we never take a vacation.  Fortunately, the blog team is big enough that we do have the opportunity for the occasional getaway.  This leads to the old grammar school question, what did you do on your summer break?  Today’s pic of the week answers […]

July Top 10

July was a busy month! A few of us presented at the American Association of Law Libraries Conference, which resulted in several popular blog posts, including connecting with us there, the Seattle University School of Law pic, and our lessons learned.  Kelly also blogged about her visit to the Seattle Central Library. Congress.gov also had its next major update […]