The Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) is hosting a webinar on March 2, 2017 called US Legislation for Canadian Legal Researchers (Part One)
. It starts at 1PM Eastern time:
"This webinar will cover the legislative branch of government in the US - its structure, its law-making powers, and its legal publications. Emphasizing the differences between Canadian and US legislative publications, this session will focus primarily on free websites which provide access to federal legislative work."
The speaker is Professor Penny A. Hazelton who has worked at the University of Washington, the US Supreme Court Library, and the University of Maine.
Labels: continuing education, government_USA, legal research and writing, legislation, library associations