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Falling In (and Out of) Love at the Law Library

Posted by: Kelly Buchanan

Libraries are great places to learn about love. There are books about love and romance, of course, but you might also have or discover a lifelong love of books, or even meet the love of your life! You might not associate law libraries with love, but if you think about it, where else can you …

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Most Viewed In Custodia Legis Blog Posts of 2016

Posted by: Kelly Buchanan

Last week we highlighted the reports on our website that received the most views in 2016. This week,  we wrote about the most viewed bills on Congress.gov for the year and the most read Global Legal Monitor articles. Today, I take a look at the In Custodia Legis blog posts that proved particularly popular in 2016. We …

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FALQs: Vaccination Law in the United States

Posted by: Robert Brammer

This post is coauthored by Robert Brammer and Barbara Bavis, senior legal reference specialists. This blog post is part of our Frequently Asked Legal Questions series. This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not to be considered legal advice. To obtain legal advice, please consult a licensed attorney in your jurisdiction. United States vaccination requirements …

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Top 10 New In Custodia Legis Posts of 2014

Posted by: Andrew Weber

What an exciting year it has been for In Custodia Legis!  We added Jennifer and Betty to our blog team.  We published over 200 posts (go back and read any of them you might have missed, I’ll wait).  The three most-viewed months in our blog’s four year history came in September, October, and November.  Towards the …

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June Top 10

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Our new Top 10 series attracted a lot of readers last month – so many that May Top 10 topped this list for June. We’ve started to group Robert and Barbara’s Beginner’s Guide posts into a new category, Research Guide. The category is so popular it would be the second most viewed post in June if included …

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May Top 10

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Last month kicked off a new series featuring the top ten most-viewed posts from the previous month.  There was some great content in April and, thankfully, that has continued in May. Barbara’s Beginner’s Guide post on nonprofit organizations proved to be very popular.  On a more personal note, I also enjoyed all the history of …