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March Retrospective

As we wrapped up our eighth month of In Custodia Legis, I noticed that we’ve posted over 175 times.  Our blog just kept growing this month.  The number of page views doubled from February to March led by our two most popular posts ever: Top Law Library of Congress Web Pages and Maps, Parliaments, and Trials: An Irish Sampler.  Thanks for continuing to stick with us!

Our top ten most viewed posts for March were:

1. Top Law Library of Congress Web Pages
2. Maps, Parliaments, and Trials: An Irish Sampler
3. Looking Up the Old Law Library – Pic of the Week
4. A Glimpse of Law in the Jefferson Building – Pic of the Week
5. Cherry Blossoms at the Library of Congress – Pic of the Week
6. Women’s History Month
7. Classes Offered by the Law Library of Congress
8. Can the Price of $9 per Gallon of Gas be Stabilized?
9. An Interview with Tina Gheen, from the National Science Foundation
10. The Law Library’s Canon Law Collection

Our top commented on posts were:

1. Cherry Blossoms at the Library of Congress – Pic of the Week

2. The Law Library’s Canon Law Collection

3. Classes Offered by the Law Library of Congress

4. Looking Up the Old Law Library – Pic of the Week

On our Facebook page, the most commented post was Can the Price of $9 per Gallon of Gas be Stabilized?, and the most liked was Classes Offered by the Law Library of Congress.  A couple of our posts were linked to in Janelle Beitz’s D.C. Recap post following her trip to the ASIL Annual MeetingOur most blogged about post was Women’s History Month.

We continued to interview some of the wonderful people we work with here in the Law Library of Congress.  This month we interviewed Isabella Marques de Castilla, Liah Love Caravalho, Tina Gheen, and Hanibal Goitom.  And for the first time, there was a post drawing from the answer to the question What is the Most Interesting Fact…? to compare staff answers.

And, Clare posted to the blog for the first time since she returned from maternity leave.

Update on April 5, 2011: I added a link to the ASIL Annual Meeting.

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