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How Do You Say “Book” in…?

Posted by: Andrew Weber

It’s almost time for the National Book Festival (#NatBookFest)! I have looked through the line-up, which you can browse by author or schedule, and am excited to try to see the authors of “Rosie Revere, Engineer,” “The Princess in Black,” and “I am Blop!” while there. (Can you guess the ages of the people I will …

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How Do You Say “Library” in…?

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This week the Library of Congress hosts multiple pre-conferences in Washington, DC before the main International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) conference in Columbus, OH. If you are visiting DC for one of the pre-conferences, be sure to share your experiences on Twitter with the hashtag #IFLAPREatLOC. To make guests feel welcome, I’ve asked a few …

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How Do You Say “Law” in…?

Posted by: Andrew Weber

I work in an amazing place. We sometimes refer to it as a mini United Nations because we have staff from around the globe.  Our Global Legal Research Directorate provides a wealth of foreign, international, and comparative reports for Congress.  You can access our foreign law reference collection in the Global Legal Resource Room. There is also …

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New Saved Search Email Alerts on Congress.gov

Posted by: Andrew Weber

After announcing legislation, Members of Congress, and the Congressional Record email alerts last year, I began to see requests for saved search email alerts.  This is a feature that was not available on THOMAS that we are excited to now offer on Congress.gov. How do you get the new Saved Search Alerts? Do you have a Congress.gov …

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An Interview with Ghidaa Bajbaa, Foreign Law Intern

Posted by: Kelly Buchanan

Today’s interview is with Ghidaa Bajbaa, a foreign law intern currently working with George Sadek on research related to the laws of various countries in the Middle East. Describe your background. I was born and raised in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.  I obtained my bachelor degree in law from King Abdulaziz University and then registered at …

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FALQS: Egypt’s New Antiterrorism Law

Posted by: Kelly Buchanan

The following is a guest post by George Sadek, a senior legal research analyst at the Law Library of Congress. George has previously written posts for In Custodia Legis, including on legal processes available to imprisoned journalists in Egypt and various constitutional reform issues. This blog post is part of our Frequently Asked Legal Questions series. On …