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An Interview with Megan Lulofs, Library Technician

Posted by: Kurt Carroll

This week’s interview is with Megan Lulofs, who is a contractor from CGI working in our Collection Services Division as a Library Technician and as an independent consultant in our Public Services Division. Describe your background. I have worked in various positions throughout the Law Library, and I have been here off and on for …

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The Second Kellogg Biennial Lecture on Jurisprudence Featuring Professor Joseph Raz

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Robert Newlen, the Assistant Law Librarian for Collections, Outreach and Services in the Law Library of Congress. On October 5, 2011, Professor Joseph Raz will deliver the second Kellogg Biennial Lecture on Jurisprudence at the Library of Congress.  Professor Raz teaches at Columbia University Law School and is …

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March Retrospective

Posted by: Andrew Weber

As we wrapped up our eighth month of In Custodia Legis, I noticed that we’ve posted over 175 times.  Our blog just kept growing this month.  The number of page views doubled from February to March led by our two most popular posts ever: Top Law Library of Congress Web Pages and Maps, Parliaments, and …

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The Jewish Law Collection

Posted by: Kurt Carroll

The following is a guest post by Nathan Dorn, Rare Book Technician at the Law Library of Congress. In a previous post on this blog, a colleague of mine points out that the Law Library possesses significant collections in the area of religious law. An outstanding example of these, which he describes in his post, …

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Classes Offered by the Law Library of Congress

Posted by: Christine Sellers

The following is a guest post by Shameema Rahman, Legal Reference Specialist in our Public Services Division. Do you know the Law Library offers two classes to the public: Orientation to Legal Research and THOMAS Orientation? Orientation to Legal Research and the Use of Law Library Collections is a basic introduction to legal sources and …

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What is the Most Interesting Fact…?

Posted by: Andrew Weber

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 …