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Upcoming US Law Webinars – December 2022

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In December, as the Law Library’s 2022 schedule of U.S. law webinars comes to a close, the Public Services Division will present a webinar on federal administrative law. More details about the class are provided below.

Be sure to keep an eye out on the blog, the Legal Research Institute, and the Law Library’s social media for information about upcoming webinars this year on other topics, including foreign, comparative, and international law. And stay tuned to these same channels for information on our 2023 webinars.

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Orientation to Legal Research: Tracing Federal Regulations

Date: Thursday, December 1, 2022, 11:00 a.m. EST – 12:00 p.m. EST

Content: This entry in the series provides an overview of U.S. federal regulations, including information about the notice-and-comment rulemaking process, the publication and citation of regulations, and the tracing of regulations from the Code of Federal Regulations, to the proposed rule in the Federal Register, to the regulation’s docket.

Instructor: Anna Price – Senior Legal Reference Librarian. 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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  1. Please keep sharing updates related to the upcoming legal seminars, workshops or webinars.
    Best Wishes

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