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It’s More than “Just a Bill” – Learn About U.S. Federal Statutes on June 18th at 11am ET

This is a guest blog by Anna Price, a legal reference librarian at the Law Library of Congress.

Over the past few months, the Law Library of Congress has modified its course offerings in a variety of ways. We have introduced the Legal Research Institute, migrated our U.S. legal research orientations online, and hosted webinars on foreign and comparative legal topics. Library staff have worked diligently to roll out these products while working remotely.

On June 18th at 11am ET, the Law Library will present another webinar in our new Orientation to Legal Research series. This tutorial will cover U.S. federal statutes and give viewers a chance to put topical legal reference questions to the instructor.

Anna Price will present a webinar on Federal Statutes on 6/18/20 at 11am ET

Anna Price will present a webinar on Federal Statutes on 6/18/20 at 11am ET.

Attendees will learn about the legislative process and print and online statutory resources where they can research the U.S. Code, the U.S. Statutes at Large, and U.S. federal bills and resolutions. Other covered topics include researching legislative documents on Congress.gov and tracking amendments to federal statutes.

This webinar will be presented by Anna Price, a legal reference librarian at the Law Library. Anna holds a BS in communications from Ithaca College, a Juris Doctor degree (JD) from the University of Washington School of Law, and is completing her Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) at the University of Washington iSchool.

To register for the webinar, please click here.

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