Author Archives: Jamie Baker

About Jamie Baker

Jamie Baker is the Associate Director of the Law Library at Texas Tech University School of Law. She also teaches Civil Trial Research. She blogs at

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Change is good? Change is good?

by Dean Duane Strojny I did it! I rearranged my office. It usually happens over a semester break and I take on the task about every two years. Now granted, there are only so many possible configurations because of the … Continue reading

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Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices for Creating a Conference Poster

by Katie Brown, RIPS-SIS Annual Meeting Grant Recipient I was honored to receive a grant from RIPS to attend the AALL Annual meeting, and I wanted to share a few tips and tricks I have gained from creating and presenting … Continue reading

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Law Librarians and Technology

by Whitney Curtis, RIPS-SIS Annual Meeting Grant Recipient When I sat back to ponder this year’s annual meeting, it seemed to have a number of programs, events and exhibit booths dedicated to law librarians teaching and/or using technology. Or it … Continue reading

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High Schoolers in the Law Library: A Law-Related Programming Using Graphic Novels

by Brandon Wright Adler, RIPS-SIS Annual Meeting Grant Recipient (Keeping in line with our absolutely AMAZING conference key-note speaker, Bryan Stevenson, I thought it appropriate to discuss a programming activity that targets a younger, multi-cultural demographic.) At least once a … Continue reading

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Doing More With Less & Wearing Multiple Hats

by Sandra Dunbar, RIPS-SIS Annual Meeting Grant Recipient We live in interesting times, and today was an interesting day. Though I work for a medium sized law firm (120ish attorneys in size offices, located throughout the state of Illinois, so … Continue reading

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Informal Teaching Opportunities

by Janeen Williams, RIPS-SIS Annual Meeting Grant Recipient I recently moved from an academic law library environment to a government law library. At the moment, I do not teach a formal legal research course, and I do miss that aspect … Continue reading

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