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Nonlawyer’s Journey through Title 44: Collected Postings

In May 2006, Daniel Cornwall started an irregular series examining Title 44 of the United States Code from a documents librarian, nonlawyer’s perspective. Title 44 is called PUBLIC PRINTING AND DOCUMENTS and contains numerous provisions. This series focuses on three aspects of the law – the Federal Depository Library Program (Chapter 19), the Sales Program (Chapter 17), and Access to Federal Electronic Government Information (Chapter 41). Comments on any sections of highlighted provisions, especially from attorneys or those with greater experience with interpreting Title 44 than Daniel are welcome either here or in the listed blog entries. Private comments can be sent to dnlcornwal AT alaska dot net. Series postings for Nonlawyer’s Journal through Title 44

Update October 2007: Daniel has decided to end the series with the last part published back in 2006.

Last updated October 22, 2007

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