Calling New RIPS Bloggers! Submit Materials by June 7

Calling all those interested in blogging!  The RIPS Law Librarian Blog is searching for next year’s cast of contributors (beginning August 2019). The current blogging year has been very successful with many wonderful posts and high readership, but a few of our current bloggers are ready to move on to other projects. 

Blogging is a great way to engage with the profession. In fact, the RIPS Law Librarian Blog was recently named to a list by Vable of “Who to read in the library and information blogosphere.”

We would love to have a mix of new and experienced librarians to contribute thoughts, advice, and ideas on the RIPS Law Librarian BlogWe are looking for new contributing bloggers to contribute roughly one blog post per month.

If you would like to be a regular contributor to the RIPS Law Librarian Blog, please send a brief bio, statement of interest, and a 300-500 word writing sample to Jamie Baker at jamie.baker@ttu.edu. Applications will be reviewed by the current blog editor and the RIPS-SIS Executive Board. 

Please submit materials by Friday, June 7.

If you have any questions about the blogging or submitting materials, please contact Jamie Baker at jamie.baker@ttu.edu.

About Jamie Baker

Jamie Baker is the Interim Director of the Law Library at Texas Tech University School of Law. She also teaches Civil Trial Research & Academic Legal Writing, as well as sessions in the Legal Practice program and Excellence in Legal Research program. She blogs at www.gingerlawlibrarian.com.
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