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Celebrate Law Day with New Research Guides from the Law Library

This is a guest post by Donna Brearcliffe, Special Assistant in the General and International Collections Directorate of Library Services, Library of Congress.

Carol Highsmith. U.S. Supreme Court building, Washington, D.C. [between 1980 and 2006]. Highsmith (Carol M.) Archive. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Carol Highsmith. U.S. Supreme Court building, Washington, D.C. [between 1980 and 2006]. Highsmith (Carol M.) Archive. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

May 1st is Law Day–a national day set aside to celebrate the rule of law and an opportunity to understand how law and the legal process protect our liberty and promote justice.

In honor of Law Day 2019, the Library of Congress is highlighting our law-related Research Guides:

Research Guides is a new service from the Library of Congress using the LibGuides platform deployed at thousands of libraries worldwide. Over 60 research guides on a wide variety of topics are available at guides.loc.gov. To learn more about the new LibGuides site, see the recent post published on the Library of Congress blog.

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