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Join the Law Library of Congress at the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Conference

We hope to see you at the upcoming annual American Association of Law Libraries Conference in Baltimore this July! Law Library of Congress staff will be presenting three programs at the conference. On Sunday, July 15th at 4pm, Andrew Weber, Jenny Gesley, Hanibal Goitom, and Laney Zhang will be presenting, Bitcoin: Changing Laws for an […]

A Legal Battle Over Frozen Embryos in China

It is not uncommon for people nowadays to seek out assisted reproductive technology, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), to conceive children. The technology allows freezing the embryos created through IVF for use at a later date, when for example fertility may become an issue. Disputes over who owns the frozen embryos may arise later, typically when […]