Thursday, January 13, 2011

Interview With Legal Collection Specialist at Law Library of Congress

In Custodia Legis, the blog of the Law Library of Congress in Washington, has started an interview series featuring members of the library staff.

Today, the eleventh interview in the series appeared. It is with Elizabeth L. Moore, Legal Collection Specialist:
"The Law Library has consolidated the basic reference collection used by its legal specialists into the Global Legal Resource Room. I manage this 'ready reference' collection, which includes primary and secondary sources from more than 200 jurisdictions worldwide. I assist the legal specialists in locating bibliographic material and I work on keeping the collection current, looking for later editions of codes and making sure that the Law Library receives updated material (...)"

"While this room is mainly used by the legal specialists for their research, it is also open to the public, and I assist them with locating material in the GLOBAL collection and in using the Library’s online resources."

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