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United States Code Online – Quick Links to the Statutes at Large

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Rob Sukol, Deputy Law Revision Counsel, U.S. House of Representatives. ┬áRob previously did the guest post titled “The United States Code Online – Downloadable XML Files and More” on In Custodia Legis. As introduced in my previous post, since 1926, the United States Code has been the official …

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An Interview with Geneviève Claveau, Foreign Law Intern

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This is a guest post by Nicolas Boring, French foreign law specialist at the Law Library of Congress.  Nicolas wrote FALQs: Freedom of Speech in France and co-collaborated on the post, Does the Haitian Criminal Code Outlaw Making Zombies. Describe your background. I was born and raised in Montreal, Canada and my first language is …

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An Interview with Gail Warren, Virginia State Law Librarian

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Andrew Winston, a legal reference librarian in the Public Services Division of the Law Library of Congress.  Andrew interviews the Virginia State Law Librarian, Gail Warren.  We have previously interviewed another state law librarian, Jennifer Frazier, from Kentucky. How long have you been the Virginia State Law Librarian, and …

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FALQs: Freedom of Speech in France

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Back in January, Nicolas kicked off our ”FALQs” (aka “Frequently Asked Legal Questions“) series with a post on terrorism in France.  He was asked on Twitter to continue the series with a post on freedom of speech in France.  He has previously blogged about ”How Sunday Came to be a Day of Rest in France,” “Napoleon Bonaparte …