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February Retrospective

February seems to have rushed by.  We continued to have several guest posts for In Custodia Legis this month.  They included Thirty Years Ago – The Big Move, Legal Half Time Entertainment, The Legal Ramifications of the Current Political Crisis in Egypt, and The History of the Mexican Constitution.  The guest post on Egypt was even linked to from a USA Today Editorial.

Our most viewed posts for February were:

1. The Legal Ramifications of the Current Political Crisis in Egypt

2. The Library of Congress and GPO Working Together

3. Databases and eResources

4. The Treaty of Wanghia – Pic of the Week

5. January Retrospective

6. An Interview with Agnieszka Pukniel, Library Technician

7. The History of the Mexican Constitution

8. An Interview with Sayuri Umeda, Foreign Law Specialist

Our top commented on posts were:

1. The History of the Mexican Constitution

2. An Interview with Matthew Braun, Legal Reference Librarian

3. Law Library Tunnel Vision – Pic of the Week

On our Facebook page, the most commented post was An Interview with Agnieszka Pukniel, Library Technician, and the most liked was Representing the Law Library of Congress at the ABA Midyear Meeting.

Our interview series of Law Library of Congress staff continues to amaze me.  There were four new interviews:  Matthew Braun, Agnieszka Pukniel, Robert Gee, and Sayuri Umeda.  This month I learned that another co-worker was born in Indiana like me, that one interviewed President George W. Bush, about my boss’s passion for cooking, and which university in Tokyo a colleague graduated from.

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