- Meet David Mao, Law Librarian of Congress.
- Attend a “pop up” speech by the Rare Books Curator, Nathan Dorn, on Saturday, Aug. 9, 9:30- 10 a.m. and 3-3:30 p.m.
- Discuss the exhibit and the Law Library’s collections with the Law Librarian and Rare Book Curator.
- Indianapolis at the Indiana Statehouse, Sept. 29-Oct. 10, hosted by the Indiana State Bar.
- Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan Law School, Oct. 1-21, hosted by the Michigan Law School
- Houston, at the ABA Midyear Meeting, Feb. 6-8, 2015
- Atlanta, at the Georgia Bar Center, Spring 2015, hosted by the State Bar of Georgia
- Salt Lake City, April 3-20, 2015, hosted by the Utah State Bar
- Washington, D.C, at the ABA Section of International Law Spring Meeting, April 29-May 2, 2015, hosted by the ABA Section of International Law
- Philadelphia, at the ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section Meeting, April 29-May 3, 2015, hosted by the ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice
- London, England, at the ABA London Sessions, June 11-14, 2015
- Chicago, at the ABA Annual Meeting, July 31 - Aug. 2, 2015, hosted by the ABA Standing Committee on the Law Library of Congress
- Brooklyn, N.Y., at the Brooklyn Law School, Sept. 14-28, 2015, hosted by the Brooklyn Law School
- San Diego, at the ABA Midyear Meeting, Feb. 5-7, 2016
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