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An Interview with Ken Sigmund, Library Technician

This week’s interview is with Richard “Ken” Sigmund, a Library Technician for Inventory and Physical Control in our Collection Services Division. Describe your background. I am a native Marylander.  Baltimore is my hometown and I have also lived in Silver Spring, Lexington Park, and Prince George’s County.  I recently moved into Washington, DC but I […]

An Interview with Pam Russell, Legislative Counsel

This week’s interview is with Pam Russell, Legislative Counsel in our Congressional Relations Office.  I’ve enjoyed working with Pam on a number of occasions.  She often accompanies the THOMAS team when we brief House and Senate staffers on updates to THOMAS.  Pam is another example of an attorney in the Library of Congress that works outside the Law […]

An Interview with Yasmeen Khan, Senior Rare Book Conservator at the Library of Congress

From time to time we have the pleasure of working collaboratively with members of other service units of the Library of Congress.  Today’s interview is with Yasmeen Khan, Senior Rare Book Conservator in the Preservation Directorate’s Conservation Division at the Library of Congress.  We have worked with her on numerous conservation projects involving the Law Library’s treasures and […]

An Interview with Christine Sellers, Legal Reference Librarian

This week’s interview is with Christine, a co-worker who is already familiar to loyal blog readers.  She has been instrumental in our blog’s success.  Not to provide too much a spoiler, but Christine is leaving the Law Library of Congress on Friday. We have worked together on many other projects over the last two years, some […]

An Interview with LeeAnne Rupple, Special Assistant to the Law Librarian of Congress

This week’s interview is with LeeAnne Rupple, Special Assistant to the Law Librarian.  Enjoy! Describe your background. I was born in South Carolina to a family of die-hard, born and bred, Texans!  I spent the bulk of my adolescent years in St. Louis, Missouri; however, my dad’s job required us to move frequently, so I […]

An Interview with Alvin J. Wallace, Legal Information Technician Specialist

This is an interview with Alvin J. Wallace, Legal Information Technician Specialist at the Law Library of Congress.  Alvin, along with Stephen Clarke and Mark Strattner, is retiring this month after a long and productive service to the Law Library of Congress (LLC).  Not wanting to miss my chance to introduce Alvin to In Custodia […]

Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow: The Retirement of Stephen Clarke, Canadian Law Specialist

A number of our Law Library of Congress colleagues retired at the end of October.  Stephen Clarke, Mark Strattner, and Alvin Wallace are retiring this month after a long and productive service to the Law Library of Congress (LLC). We hope you enjoy our profiles on them. We are sad to see great friends leave, […]