Tag: Library of Congress

U.S. Constitution has new searchable and user-friendly website.

In celebration of Constitution Day on September 17th The Library of Congress website released a new annotated version of the US Constitution complete with search capabilities, explanations and references. Since 1911, legal researchers at the Library of Congress have published and distributed an annotated version of the Constitution that lawmakers are able to use as a guide in their legislative duties.  That version has been updated regularly as applications of the laws have evolved with changing...

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AALL Annual Meeting Wrap-up

As a former practicing attorney, I have always felt like an outsider when attending networking events, work conferences, or MCLE courses with fellow attorneys. As a newer law librarian however, I can honestly say that the AALL Annual Meeting felt like family. It feels strange when a work conference can make you feel as welcomed as a visit home or with close friends. But this was my general takeaway from the time I attended the conference in Washington D.C. from July 13th through the 16th. Here...

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