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A Recording of the Law Library’s Foreign Legal Gazettes Database Webinar is Now Available

On December 8, 2020, Law Library staff presented a webcast on our new Foreign Legal Gazettes Database. The participants included Kurt Carroll, chief of the Collection Services Division; Elina Lee, metadata technician in the Digital Resources Division; Ken Sigmund, lead technician in the Collection Services Division; and me, Betty Lupinacci, supervisor in the Collection Services […]

Watch a Recording of our Human Rights Day Panel Discussion on Contact Tracing and the Right of Privacy

On December 10th, at 3pm EST, the Law Library of Congress held our annual Human Rights Day event. Each year, the Law Library of Congress commemorates Human Rights Day with a special program that promotes understanding and recognition of a critical social, economic, or cultural human rights issue. This year, Associate Professor at the University […]

Join Us on January 28 for a Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar on the French Civil Code

The following is a guest post from Nicolas Boring, the foreign law specialist covering French-speaking jurisdictions at the Law Library of Congress. Nicolas has previously blogged about Telework and the French “Right to Disconnect”, Report on Right of Huguenots to French Citizenship, “Bastille Day” Is About More Than the Bastille, and other topics. The French Civil Code, which Napoleon […]

Ring in 2021 with Law Library of Congress U.S. Law Webinars

The Law Library’s Public Services Division staff is welcoming the new year by providing two legal research webinars this month, and we invite you to celebrate with us! Please see further information about these webinars, below. Orientation to Legal Research: U.S. Case Law Date: Thursday, January 14, 2021, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST Content: […]