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The Legal History of Pigeons

Posted by: Robert Brammer

The following is a guest post by Annie Ross, an intern with the Digital Resources Division of the Law Library of Congress. She is a current student of political science and international studies at Northwestern University. The pigeon is often thought of as nothing more than a city pest. Given their penchant for carrying germs …

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Introducing the New Civic Education Models Report

Posted by: Robert Brammer

This is a guest post by Kayahan Cantekin, a foreign law specialist in the Global Legal Research Directorate of the Law Library of Congress. In many countries around the world, discussions on whether and how to reopen schools continue to preoccupy people, especially in light of the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here in …

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An Introduction to Animal Law

Posted by: Robert Brammer

This is a guest post by Ashley Sundin who was an intern with the Law Library’s Public Services Division this summer. Animal law is a rapidly growing area of law, especially in the past decade.  The human-animal interaction comes in a variety of forms including companionship, agriculture, and science.  As a result, animal law extends …