The Law Library of Congress seeks to further legal scholarship by providing opportunities for scholars and practitioners to conduct significant legal research. Individuals are invited to apply for projects which would further the multi-faceted mission of the Law Library in serving the U.S. Congress, other governmental agencies, and the public.
To foster projects that will be of mutual benefit to scholars and its mission, the Law Library has established a program with three options: scholars in residence, scholarly exchanges, and graduate internships.
Opportunities for Attorneys
The Law Library of Congress seeks qualified attorneys at law to contract to perform specific research tasks on an ad hoc basis.
Orientation to Legal Research & Congress.gov
Orientations to the Law Library of Congress and the Congress.gov website are conducted each month by reference staff.
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Last Updated: 06/10/2013