Tuesday, February 6, 2018

ABA House of Delegates Passes Resolution Supporting the Law Library of Congress

At its Mid-Year Meeting in Vancouver, the American Bar Association House of Delegates passed Resolution 109 in support of adequate funding for the Library of Congress (and the Law Library of Congress). The policy statement was co-sponsored by seven entities:

  • ABA Standing Committee on the Law Library of Congress
  • ABA Section of International Law
  • ABA Section of Dispute Resolution
  • ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law
  • ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources
  • ABA Law Practice Division
  • ABA Law Student Division
  • ABA Senior Lawyers Division and
  • the Infrastructure and Regulated Industries Section

In the resolution adopted this week, the ABA urges the Congress "to approve appropriations to the Library of Congress necessary to enable the Law Library of Congress to adequately staff, maintain, modernize, and enhance its services, collections, facilities, digital projects, and outreach efforts."

Click here to read the resolution and report as adopted.

(mew)

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legalwriting/2018/02/hod-lloc.html

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