ANN ARBOR, Mich.—The U.S. Library of Congress—the largest library in the world— recently chose part of the University of Michigan Law School Library’s Web site for inclusion in its Internet collection.
The Law Library Reference Department staff collected the information about U.S. Supreme Court nominee John Roberts and posted it this month, adding links to new information as it became available. Officials at the Library of Congress came upon the Web site, contacted the Law School and received permission to add the Web link to its collection of Internet materials related to the Supreme Court.
With more than 230 entries, the Roberts Web link includes biographical information, opinions, articles he wrote and newspaper stories about him. The library will continue to add new material until Roberts’ nomination process is complete.