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April Retrospective

Posted by: Andrew Weber

There is still a lot of interest in the Titanic one hundred years later as Kelly’s post topped In Custodia Legis by a wide margin this month.  It was great to see many of the Library of Congress blogs post on a similar topic.  It demonstrated the breadth of knowledge throughout our wonderful institution.  In …

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Recap of Presentation – Jews on Trial: The Papal Inquisition in Modena, 1598-1638

Posted by: Jeanine Cali

The following is a guest post by Dante Figueroa, Senior Legal Information Analyst at the Law Library of Congress. On Wednesday, March 21, 2012, I had the opportunity and pleasure to introduce Professor Katherine Aron-Beller at the presentation of her new book, Jews on Trial: The Papal Inquisition in Modena, 1598-1638. As previously posted on …

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First 100 Days as Law Librarian

Posted by: Jeanine Cali

The following is a guest post by David Mao, Law Librarian of Congress.  He has previously guest posted Shreddy: From the Office of the Law Librarian – Pic of the Week,  From the Desk of the Law Librarian, The Law Librarian in London, and Rebellious Children and Witches. It’s hard to believe that 100 days have passed …

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March Retrospective

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This month we welcomed both Tina and Jeanine to what we affectionately refer to as our blog team.  Tina wasted little time in claiming the top spot with her post A Law Classification Scheme as Linked Data?. Her post was also mentioned on the Legal Informatics Blog, Infodocket, and the Law Librarian Blog.  Jeanine’s first post as an official …