Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Interview With Deputy Law Librarian 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 twelfth interview in the series appeared. It is with David Mao, Deputy Law Librarian of Congress:
"I tell people that I work with the foreign law specialists, legal research, and legal information analysts at the Law Library. The team provides foreign and comparative legal research and reference services to Congress, the Executive and Judicial branches, and the general public. Usually, the first response I get is, 'Wow, I didn’t know the Law Library did that!' (...) Who wouldn’t want to work at the largest and most comprehensive law library in the world? Seriously, I was really attracted to being a part of a team that was not only unique (i.e., foreign and comparative research) but also creative and farsighted (e.g., digital initiatives)."

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