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Upcoming US Law Webinars – September 2021

Next month, our librarians will provide instruction on tracing federal regulations and using the Law Library’s print and online collections. More information about the contents of each class can be found below.

A large flag is displayed on the U.S. Capitol Building.

Largest Old Glory placed on U.S. Capitol for flag exercises. An unusual view of the largest American flag in the world as it was displayed across the front of the United States Capitol where flag exercises were conducted by the United States Flag Association. The flag is 160 feet in length and 90 feet wide. 1929 June 10. Harris & Ewing photograph collection. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/hec.35407


Orientation to Legal Research: Tracing Federal Regulations

Date: Thursday, September 9, 11:00 AM EDT – 12:00 PM EDT

Content: Provides participants with information about the notice-and-comment rulemaking process, including the publication and citation of federal regulations as well as exploring how to trace a federal regulation.

Instructor: Anna Price – Legal Reference Specialist. Anna holds a BS in communications from Ithaca College, a JD from the University of Washington School of Law, and an MLIS from the University of Washington iSchool.

Register here.


Orientation to Law Library Collections

Date: Tuesday, September 21, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Content: This webinar provides information about the Law Library’s wide range of online resources, as well as our print collections.

Instructor: Anna Price – Legal Reference Specialist. Anna holds a BS in communications from Ithaca College, a JD from the University of Washington School of Law, and an MLIS from the University of Washington iSchool.

Register here.


To learn about other upcoming classes on domestic and foreign law topics, visit the Legal Research Institute.

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