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“Judges and Their Papers” by Kathryn A. Watts, Univ. of Washington School of Law — Who should own a federal judge’s papers?

University of Washington (UW) School of Law Associate Professor Kathryn A. Watt’s subject, thought-provoking paper is here.

Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog.

Cross-posted at Legal Research Plus.

New Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report: “The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): Background and Policy Options for the 113th Congress”

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) earlier this month released and posted a valuable new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)-related report:

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): Background and Policy Options for the 113th Congress
By Wendy Ginsberg, Analyst in American National Government
March 8, 2013
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Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog.

Cross-posted on Legal Research Plus.

New Congressional Research Report on Lobbying the Executive Branch

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) came out in December 2009 with a new and helpful report:

Lobbying the Executive Branch: Current Practices and Options for Change

The report addresses, among other things:

Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog.

Cross-posted in Legal Research Plus.