Monthly Archives: August 2015

Focus on Government Documents: CRS Reports

by Amy Spare Reports by the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress are well-researched and highly respected. They cover a wide range of topics. Here are just a few examples: Supreme Court Justices: Demographic Characteristics, Professional Experience, and … Continue reading

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Librarians at AALL: Exploring the Exhibit Hall

In mid July, law librarians from all across the country gathered for the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Librarians (AALL).  This year, the meeting was held in our hometown of Philadelphia, which meant that we were all … Continue reading

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So… What is Red Mass, Exactly?

by Lori Corso On August 28th, Villanova University School of Law will celebrate its annual Red Mass. This special mass is held to “invoke God’s blessing and guidance in the administration of justice” upon all who teach or study at … Continue reading

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Librarians at AALL: Getting Familiar With Financials

In mid July, law librarians from all across the country gathered for the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Librarians (AALL).  This year, the meeting was held in our hometown of Philadelphia, which meant that we were all … Continue reading

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