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Cryptocurrency Law: Recent Legal Developments on Non-fungible Tokens

Posted by: Anna Price

The following is a guest post by Carson Lloyd, a foreign law intern working in the Global Research Directorate of the Law Library of Congress under the supervision of Louis Myers, a foreign, comparative, and international legal reference librarian. This post summarizes recent cryptocurrency developments within the U.S. and the U.K. relating to non-fungible tokens …

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An Interview with Carson Lloyd, Global Legal Research Directorate Intern

Posted by: Anna Price

Today’s interview is with Carson Lloyd, an intern working in the Global Legal Research Directorate of the Law Library of Congress under the supervision of Louis Myers, a foreign, comparative, and international legal reference librarian. Describe your Background. I am originally from Stratford Upon Avon, a small town in the United Kingdom which is famous …

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An Interview with Jesús Colón Rosado, Intern with the Public Services Division

Posted by: Anna Price

Today’s interview is with Jesús Colón Rosado, an intern in the Public Services Division of the Law Library of Congress through the Library of Congress Internship program (LOCI). Describe your background. I was raised in Cayey, a mountain town and municipality in central Puerto Rico. The city is known for its beautiful landscapes and its gastronomy. …

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New Environmental Law Resources on Law.gov

Posted by: Anna Price

The Law Library is pleased to announce new online offerings on US environmental laws. Researchers who are interested in learning more about this topic can start their research by reviewing our new research guide, Environmental Law: A Beginner’s Guide. In addition to listing treatises, journals, and other collections, the guide discusses major federal legislation on …

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An Interview with Louis Myers, Librarian-in-Residence at the Law Library of Congress

Posted by: Anna Price

Today’s interview is with Louis Myers, the current Librarian-in-Residence at the Law Library of Congress. 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. Describe your background. I am originally from Akron, …