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Most Viewed Law Library Reports of 2016

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This year there have been a number of new Law Library Reports published. I looked through In Custodia Legis and found all of the new reports that we blogged about over the year. They cover a wide range of topics.

The most recent reports are published on our Current Legal Topics page.

right-to-peaceful-assembly-law-library-reportI was happy to see that we published on average one new report each month. Our reports tend to be more viewed over time as people find them. Current events also drive traffic to our website. The following were the ten most-viewed Law Library Reports during 2016:

  1. Right to Peaceful Assembly: United States
  2. Restrictions on Genetically Modified Organisms: United States
  3. United States: Gun Ownership and the Supreme Court
  4. War Powers
  5. Sentencing Guidelines: South Africa
  6. Laws on Children Residing with Parents in Prison
  7. Firearms-Control Legislation and Policy: Germany
  8. Citizenship Based on Birth in Country
  9. Points-Based Immigration Systems: Canada
  10. Children’s Rights: Canada

Ruth highlighted the most viewed reports last year and Kelly provided a comprehensive list of those published in 2014.

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