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Source: US Global Legal Monitor

The Law Library of Congress is engaging in rapid digitization of many rare collection materials and historical U.S. Government documents, as well as its collection of original research on foreign, comparative, and international law topics for Congress and federal agencies. Staff from the Digital Resources Division of the Law Library of Congress look forward to sharing updates on our ongoing digital projects at the upcoming webinar Digital Collections at the Law Library of Congress: Past, Present, and Future, which is hosted by FDLP Academy, a service of the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO).

Join us for a walkthrough of our historical legal collections (including the Statutes at Large and U.S. Reports), a presentation of the work on our current collections (including our Legal Report Archive and 15th-19th Century Spanish Legal Documents), and a discussion on the forthcoming collections (including the U.S. Congressional Serial Set).

Digital Collections at the Law Library of Congress: Past, Present, and Future

Date: Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (EDT)

Please register to attend here.

Speakers:

Registration confirmation information:
Upon registering, a confirmation email from [email protected] will be sent with instructions for joining the webinar. To ensure delivery of that email, configure your junk mail or spam filter(s) to permit messages from that address. GPO staff will also email your access information the day before the webinar. If you do not receive your login information, please email [email protected]

Prior to the webinar:
For those participating via a desktop or laptop computer (preferred method), a WebEx plug-in must be installed (one-time only). Download instructions. Some features will not be available for users participating with a tablet or smartphone. Devices need to have a WebEx app installed from the device’s app store, which may take time. After installation, the app will ask you to allow or deny permissions.

Source: US Global Legal Monitor

The Law Library of Congress is engaging in rapid digitization of many rare collection materials and historical U.S. Government documents, as well as its collection of original research on foreign, comparative, and international law topics for Congress and federal agencies. Staff from the Digital Resources Division of the Law Library of Congress look forward to sharing updates on our ongoing digital projects at the upcoming webinar Digital Collections at the Law Library of Congress: Past, Present, and Future, which is hosted by FDLP Academy, a service of the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO).

Join us for a walkthrough of our historical legal collections (including the Statutes at Large and U.S. Reports), a presentation of the work on our current collections (including our Legal Report Archive and 15th-19th Century Spanish Legal Documents), and a discussion on the forthcoming collections (including the U.S. Congressional Serial Set).

Digital Collections at the Law Library of Congress: Past, Present, and Future

Date: Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (EDT)

Please register to attend here.

Speakers:

Registration confirmation information:
Upon registering, a confirmation email from [email protected] will be sent with instructions for joining the webinar. To ensure delivery of that email, configure your junk mail or spam filter(s) to permit messages from that address. GPO staff will also email your access information the day before the webinar. If you do not receive your login information, please email [email protected]

Prior to the webinar:
For those participating via a desktop or laptop computer (preferred method), a WebEx plug-in must be installed (one-time only). Download instructions. Some features will not be available for users participating with a tablet or smartphone. Devices need to have a WebEx app installed from the device’s app store, which may take time. After installation, the app will ask you to allow or deny permissions.

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