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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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Global Legal Monitor: Top Weekly Articles

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Over the last twelve months, we’ve added over 775 articles to the Global Legal Monitor (GLM). During this period the top article was China: Amendment Seven to Criminal Law Passed. This works out to roughly three new articles every day we are here.  The GLM articles are written by a group of about twenty five …

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It’s a Law Library… But Wait, There’s More!

Posted by: Kelly Buchanan

While the Law Library does employ a number of legal reference librarians as well as collections staff and other people that work with our huge book stacks (approximately two American football fields under our building!), there are quite a few of us that don’t have a background in library or information sciences (although I did work at …

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In Custodia Legis is Latin for “in the custody of the law,” a nod to the fact that the Law Library of Congress is a custodian of law and legislation for both the nation and the world. Our team of bloggers covers current legal trends, developments and enhancements to Congress.gov, issues in collecting for the …