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Today We Celebrate Law Day

The Law Library of Congress celebrates Law Day each year with a program to commemorate the importance of our rights and the rule of law in American society.  As part of this year’s celebration, Barbara and Robert have prepared a display in the Law Library Reading Room to coincide with today’s program featuring Jeffrey Rosen of the National Constitution Center.  Professor Rosen, a panelist at last year’s event, will give a lecture on “The History of Civil Rights and Voting Rights: American Democracy and the Rule of Law.”

2014 Law Day Display. Law Library of Congress Reading Room.

2014 Law Day Display. Law Library of Congress Reading Room. Photo by Jeanine Cali.

So, please stop by the Reading Room to see Barbara’s and Robert’s fine work (you will need a valid Reader Identification Card) and plan to join us today at 1:00 p.m. in the Library’s Mumford Room.  If you cannot join us in person, please follow along via Twitter @LawLibCongress, using #LawDay.

 

Update: The event video was added below.

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