Former IMFS researcher Jenny Gesley joins Library of Congress

The former IMFS researcher Jenny Gesley has joined the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. As foreign law specialist she provides research and reference services related to Germany and other German speaking countries.

After her graduation from law school Jenny Gesley had been working for five years at the IMFS, while writing her dissertation with Prof. Helmut Siekmann about financial market supervision in the United States and the influence of international rules.

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world according to its website. In 2014, about 3100 staff members responded to almost 600.000 congressional requests and provided reference services to individuals in almost 470.000 cases. The collection of more than 160 million items includes nearly 38 million catalogued books and other print materials in more than 470 languages as well as the world’s largest collection of legal materials.

An interview with Jenny Gesley can be found on the website of the Library of Congress.