Events and Training

GPO calendar of events and training


Digital Collections at the Law Library of Congress: Past, Present, and Future

The Law Library of Congress is engaging in rapid digitization of its rare collection materials and historical U.S. Government documents, as well as its collection of original research on foreign, comparative, and international law topics for Congress and Federal agencies. Join us for a walkthrough of our historical legal collections (including the Statutes at Large and U.S. Reports), a presentation of the work on our current collections (including our Legal Report Archive and 15th-19th Century Spanish Legal Documents), and a discussion on the forthcoming collections (including the U.S. Serial Set).


Dates: June 30
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM (EST)
Location: FDLP Webinar
Cost: Free






Methods of Payment
GPO accepts the following methods of payment: Purchase Card or GPO Deposit Account You will receive a confirmation email acknowledging your successful registration for this class. If payment is required, an Institute staff member will be in contact.

Cancellations
In the event that a class must be cancelled by The Institute at GPO, every effort will be made to notify you by email of the cancellation at least 2 weeks prior to the class date. You will receive information regarding the option to transfer your registration to another class offered by The Institute or to choose to receive a refund.

If you are unable to attend a class for which you are registered, contact us at [email protected] as soon as you know you will not be able to attend. Every effort will be made to reschedule you for a later class date, if available.

Special Needs Requests
If you have special needs such as interpreters or readers, please let us know at least five weeks in advance of the class (sub-contractors require 30 days notice for these services). Although we are pleased to make whatever arrangements are necessary to ensure that all students receive the maximum benefit from the training, the Institute operates on a cost-recovery basis and must recoup any added fees from the student's agency.