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Join Us for a Lunch and Learn Webinar: Historical Legal Reports from the Law Library of Congress

A major function of the Law Library of Congress is the preparation of reports on legal topics, with an emphasis on foreign, comparative, and international law, in response to requests from Congress, the executive and judicial branches of the federal government, and others. The Law Library has authored thousands of reports from the 1940s to […]

Join Us for a New Lunch and Learn Webinar – Federal Legislative History Research

One of the topics reference librarians get asked about most frequently at the Law Library of Congress is how to find debates, hearings, reports, and other documents that may reflect legislative intent regarding a bill as it moves through Congress. Thus, by popular request, the next entry in the new Lunch and Learn series offered […]

Upcoming US Law Webinars – February 2021

Along with the Law Library’s stand-alone webinars scheduled for February, including our inaugural Lunch and Learn webinar on the Serial Set, we are presenting some of our traditional offerings. Next month, our librarians will instruct on researching federal statutes and navigating Congress.gov. These courses are great for both experienced researchers and those who are unfamiliar […]

Join Us for a Webinar – How to Conduct Research in the U.S. Serial Set Online

This is a guest blog post by our Librarian-in-Residence, Louis Myers. Louis has recently authored blog posts for In Custodia Legis, including Research Guides in Focus – Municipal Codes: A Beginner’s Guide and Research Guides in Focus – Neighbor Law: A Beginner’s Guide. The Law Library of Congress is proud to introduce a new webinar series coming to the […]