The latest online resource from Gale allows researchers to access trial
proceedings, accounts and documents covering a vast range of trials from America, The British Empire and the world across three centuries.

 This digital collection is the result of a partnership between Gale and
the Harvard and Yale Law Libraries - two of the foremost repositories in
the world.  In addition, it includes outstanding trials from the Library
of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.  The Making of
the Modern Law: Trials, 1600 - 1926 is by far the world's most
comprehensive digital collection of historic trials.  With over 2
million pages of information from over 11,000 volumes, this is a
necessary resource for all who are interested in the topics of:

*	Gender
*	Race
*	Literature and Language
*	Murder
*	Sociology
*	Journalism and Communications
*	Adultery
*	Commercial Law
*	Conspiracy
*	Divorce and Domestic Relations
*	International Law
*	Military Offenses
*	Theft
*	Treason 
*	And much more...

 Please join us at the FEDLINK Training Room offices for a demonstration of this new archive;

 When: Wednesday, August 29, 2007
 Time: 9:30 AM or 1:30 PM
 Where: Library of Congress, Adams Bldg., 2nd and Independence Ave, SE, FLICC / FEDLINK Training Room, 2nd Floor, RM 216   Registration: Please e-mail Jim Oliver, [log in to unmask], to register for either session. Please include phone number, and agency affiliation.
 Please forward to any colleagues that may have an interest in the content being presented.
Light snacks and coffee, provided by Thomson Gale, will be served at
each session.

See you there!

Kelly Mills
Account Executive (Field Sales)
PH: 1-800-877-4253 x 1914 
Email:  [log in to unmask]