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An Interview with Sharon Pia Hickey

This week’s interview is with one of our former interns from last summer, Sharon Pia Hickey. Describe your background.   I spent the summer of 2010 in Washington DC as part of the Washington Ireland Program. This program is designed to select the brightest young minds in Ireland and bring them to DC for a […]

An Interview with Hanibal Goitom, Foreign Law Specialist

This week’s interview is with Hanibal Goitom, a Foreign Law Specialist in our Global Legal Research Center.  Hanibal has previously written two guest posts for In Custodia Legis.  His “Power Lunch” was also discussed in the post There’s No Place Like Home. Describe your background. I am a Foreign Law Specialist at the Law Library […]

What is the Most Interesting Fact…?

I’ve enjoyed our interview series.  I’ve learned a surprising amount of new information about a lot of my co-workers.  I’ve also learned a lot about the Law Library of Congress from the responses to the question: What is the most interesting fact you’ve learned about the Law Library of Congress? Here are a highlight of […]

An Interview with Liah Love Caravalho, Administrative Assistant to the Deputy Law Librarian

This week’s interview is with Liah Love Caravalho, who is the Administrative Assistant to the Deputy Law Librarian. Describe your background.   I have been coordinating research activities and reports for the Global Legal Research Center since 2005.  I was born in Houston, Texas, but raised in Seattle, Washington.  I have now been living in […]