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UK Legal Resources Provided Online by the Law Library of Congress

Posted by: Clare Feikert-Ahalt

I have decided to take advantage of the blog to draw a little attention to some of the legal research aids for my primary jurisdiction, the United Kingdom, that we have available online through the Law Library of Congress website.  There are a mixture of resources available from this site on the U.K., from research guides …

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Current Legal Topics

Posted by: Christine Sellers

After the success of my Guide to Law Online blog post, I decided to draw some attention to other areas of the Law Library’s website that users may not be that familiar with. Current Legal Topics is a guide that provides legal commentary and recommended resources on issues and events with legal significance. New content …

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Who Is the Distinguished Man of Mystery?

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Taru Spiegel, Reference Specialist in the European Division. Whenever I enter the Law Library offices, I see a nice grouping of items on the north wall. The large image features S. 68 which established the Law Library of Congress in 1832.  The image on the right is of …

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U.K. Extradition Arrangements with the U.S. Under Review

Posted by: Clare Feikert-Ahalt

Britain’s coalition government announced in September that, pursuant to a pledge in its Programme for Government,  it is conducting a review of the U.K.’s extradition arrangements.  The review will be led by a retired Law Lord, who  presided over the inquiry into the death of Princess Diana, and two independent lawyers with expertise in extradition …