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Official, Authenticated, Preserved, and Accessible: The Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following guest post is by Butch Lazorchak, a digital archivist at the Library of Congress.  It is cross posted on The Signal. Digital technology makes documents easy to alter or copy, leading to multiple non-identical versions that can be used in unauthorized or illegitimate ways. Unfortunately, the ease of alteration has introduced doubt in users’ minds …

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States in the Senate

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Megan Lulofs, a Legal Information Analyst in the Public Services Division.  Meg has previously posted on a variety of topics including House Committee Hearings Video, the Cardiff Giant, the Canadian Library of Parliament, football blackouts, and librarian services. The U.S. Senate has a new website to showcase the history and contributions of each …

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An Interview with Danna Cassise, Senior Employee Relations Specialist

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This week’s interview is with Danna Cassise. Danna is a Senior Employee Relations Specialist at the Library of Congress. Describe your background. I was born, raised, and educated in Kailua, Hawai’i, which is a sleepy beach town on the island of Oahu. I’ve lived in Eugene, OR; Atlanta, GA; San Francisco, CA; San Diego, CA; …

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Global Legal Monitor: January Highlights

Posted by: Hanibal Goitom

This is a monthly series where we reveal the top ten Global Legal Monitor (GLM) articles with the most views.  By posting a list of the top ten most viewed GLM articles every month (as we do with top ten most viewed blog posts), our hope is to provide Law Library fans who do not …

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An Interview with Christine Sellers, Legal Reference Librarian

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This week’s interview is with Christine, a co-worker who is already familiar to loyal blog readers.  She has been instrumental in our blog’s success.  Not to provide too much a spoiler, but Christine is leaving the Law Library of Congress on Friday. We have worked together on many other projects over the last two years, some …