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Stacks in the Stacks – Pic of the Week

This week’s Pic of the Week is from Stephanie Rocío Miles, also known as the Bilingual Librarian.  Stephanie recently visited the Law Library of Congress and blogged about her experience.  She included several pictures from our bigger than a football field size stacks.  She graciously allowed me to use my favorite for today’s Pic of the Week:

Stacks in the Stacks (photo by Stephanie Rocío Miles)

I was very excited to see that Stephanie noted our products!

And blogged about it in Spanish, too!

Uno de los lugares donde se comparte la información recopilada por el especialista en derecho extranjero es el Global Legal Monitor. Aquí están todas las opciones de RSS. Estoy suscrito a algunos de estos, y me encanta recibir sus anuncios directamente en mi lector. Otro lugar para ver es Temas Jurídicos Actuales que ofrecen comentarios y recursos recomendados sobre los acontecimientos con relevancia jurídica. Un tercer lugar para buscar son sus guías de la ley en línea. Aquí usted encontrará toneladas de excelentes recursos sobre legislación de EE.UU., la ley de muchos países del mundo, así como el derecho internacional y supranacional.

For more on our stacks, you can read Mark‘s post, Thirty Years Ago – The Big Move, chronicling the transfer of the Law Library’s collection to its current location at the James Madison Memorial Building.  Believe it or not, it used to be housed in the beautiful Jefferson Building thirty years ago.

One Comment

  1. sicoes
    November 7, 2012 at 3:12 pm

    buenas acabo de enterarme de tu blog y la verdad es que me parece estupendo no sabia de mas personas interesadas en estos temas, aqui tienes un nuevo lector que seguira visitandote quincenalmente.

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