How do librarians at the Law Library of Congress help members of the public?
The primary mission of the Law Library of Congress is to serve Members of Congress and, thereafter, the needs of the government, other libraries, and members of the public. A staff of experienced American-trained law librarians are available to help you in accordance with this mission. We encourage you to use local and online resources first. For further assistance, our staff will respond to your reference and information needs to the extent possible.
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The Law Library of Congress
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