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LGBTQI+ Resources at the Library of Congress

Posted by: Heather Casey

Join Us on 6/22 for a Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar on Medieval European Legal Manuscripts And What They Are Telling Us

Posted by: Kelly Goles

Dr. Mabel Ping Hua Lee’s Push for Suffrage

Posted by: Jennifer Davis

Cover images of historical and contemporary legal reports published in the last year. All of the reports pictured above are now available online in the Legal Reports (Publications of the Law Library of Congress) collection.

Online Legal Reports Collection Surpasses 4,000 Historical and Contemporary Reports

Posted by: Stephen Mayeaux

The Old Courthouse of the Dred Scott Decision

Posted by: Jennifer Davis

A picture of a woman in a yellow straw hat reading while sitting in a green rocking chair.

Upcoming U.S. Law Webinars – June 2023

Posted by: Taylor Gulatsi

Fairfield CT Old Academy

Historic Fairfield, CT – Pic of the Week

Posted by: Heather Casey

Photo of the title page of The Law of Scania (Copenhagen, 1505). The title page bears a woodcut of a figure who wears a crown and holds a sword and orb, all symbols of kingship. The royal coat of arms of Denmark appears on his shield.

New Acquisitions: SkaĚŠnske lov, the Law of Scania (Copenhagen, 1505)

Posted by: Nathan Dorn

This is an engraving depicting the assassination of President Garfield

Congressional Reactions to the Assassination of President Garfield in the Bound Congressional Record

Posted by: Robert Brammer