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An Interview with Roswell Encina, Chief Communications Officer

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The following interview is with Roswell Encina, the chief communications officer at the Library of Congress. Describe your background. I can be described as your stereotypical Navy brat–well, maybe not the brat part. My father was in the U.S. Navy and we were stationed like many military families all over. From Connecticut to Virginia all the …

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An Interview with Carla Davis-Castro, Librarian

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Today’s interview is with Carla Davis-Castro.  Carla is a librarian who has been working on our Indigenous Law Portal. Describe your background. I am a Salvadoran American from North Carolina who loves living in DC. In the year and a half I have been at the Library of Congress, I have moved from the Congressional Research Service to …

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An Interview with Mossaed Al-Barrak, Foreign Law Intern

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The following is an interview with Mossaed Al-Barrak, who is currently working at the Law Library of Congress as a foreign law intern. Describe your background. I graduated from King Saud University College of Law and Political Science with an LL.B. When I graduated, I worked in our family business, Al-Barrak Industrial Group, where I …

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An Interview with Irma Gabriadze, Professional Fellow

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Today’s interview is with Irma Gabriadze, a professional fellow working with Ruth on research related to the laws of the Republic of Georgia and other jurisdictions. Describe your background I am a lawyer currently employed by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia (MoJ). I have been serving as the MoJ head of the Legal Research and …

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An Interview with Abdalrahman Alangari, Foreign Law Intern

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Describe your background. I was born and raised in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. I attended elementary, middle, and high school there. In 2008, I graduated from Al-Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University in Riyadh, where I earned a bachelor’s degree in Islamic law. What is your academic/professional history? After graduating from college in 2008, I was nominated …

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An Interview with Molly O'Casey, Foreign Law Intern

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Today’s interview is with Molly O’Casey, a foreign law intern working with Nicolas Boring on research related to the laws of France and other French-speaking jurisdictions and with Clare Feikert-Ahalt on research related to the United Kingdom and a number of Commonwealth jurisdictions. Molly has recently graduated from a dual law degree (civil law/common law) …

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An Interview with Sahar Saqib, Foreign Law Intern

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Today’s interview is with Sahar Saqib, a foreign law intern. Sahar, who recently earned her Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International and Comparative Law from the George Washington University Law School, is currently working with Tariq Ahmad on research related to the laws of South Asian countries. Describe your background I was born in Islamabad, Pakistan, …

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An Interview with Felix Beulke, Foreign Law Intern

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Describe your background I am from Germany and grew up in a town called Passau which is located on the outskirts of the Bavarian Forest and is characterized by its university and student life. In 2008, I moved to the German capital Berlin and went to law school at the historic Humboldt University. What is …