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Tweets from the #AALS12 Law Library of Congress Field Trip – Pic of the Week

Yesterday I presented on all areas of the Law Library of Congress at the Association of American Laws Schools Field Trip to the Library.  It was a role reversal for me.  In law school I spent many hours listening to law professors; yesterday they listened to me.

Before I was introduced, our Robert Newlen snapped a picture of Mark E. Wojcik.  I quickly captured the scene in a photo of my own and tweeted it from the Law Library of Congress account, saying this:

The #AALS12 field trip to the Law Library of Congress has begun!

Later on there was a lunch served in the James Madison Memorial Hall where I tweeted another picture:

Lunch time in the shadow of James Madison during the #aals12 field trip!

It was great to get feedback on our blog, social media, and various websites from the group.

For those who missed some of our posts over the holidays, you might want to check out Roberta’s holiday letter looking back at 2011, our top posts of 2011, and an interview with our new Law Librarian of Congress, David Mao.

Update: I noticed that the Legal Writing Prof Blog posted some pictures of the field trip too.

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