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Watch Recordings of Past Law Library Webinars and Events

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Over the past year, the Law Library has held many webinars on topics concerning foreign, international, and comparative law, Law Library collections, as well as how to research U.S. case law, federal statutes, and federal regulations. The Law Library also presented its annual Law Day and Constitution Day events.

A screen capture of Professor Kurt Lash speaking at the Law Library of Congress 2021 Constitution Day Event.
University of Richmond Law Professor Kurt Lash provided a lecture for the Law Library of Congress 2021 Constitution Day Event.

If you missed any of these webinars, the good news is we recorded them, and they are available in several places. You can find Law Library events on our YouTube page and on the Law Library’s Past Presentations page. To view any Law Library webinars, you can check out our YouTube webinar recordings playlist.

We hope you enjoy these recordings and will join us for our upcoming webinars and events, such as Human Rights Day on December 9, 2021. You can find a complete list of upcoming webinars and events on the Law Library’s Legal Research Institute page.

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Comments (2)

  1. Good evening,

    I’m interested in watching a recording of the “Regulating Remote Work During the Pandemic and After: Global Perspectives” that was originally presented on Thursday, July 21, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. EDT.

    I’ve looked through the YouTube channel and the Library of Congress’s website. Unfortunately, I cannot locate this video. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you,

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