Author Archives: Christine Anne George

How Do You Prepare For This?

by Christine Anne George The first time it happened, I was a 1L. The University had just instituted an emergency alert system, but our classroom was in the basement and I didn’t have cell service. My friend, who suspected he … Continue reading

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Gratitude Check

by Christine Anne George When the Time’s Up movement began last month, I wondered how long it would take to reach library-land. I tracked the growing number of individuals and professions that were called out, growing more fatigued with each … Continue reading

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The Sneeze

by Christine Anne George I have been fighting the good fight since late September. I remember the day well. All was bright and shiny until…I heard the first sneeze. Initially I embraced denial. Maybe someone had a quirky ringtone. Maybe … Continue reading

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A Haunting

by Christine Anne George It was a dark and stormy night in the library as three 1Ls crept along a hallway in ninth floor storage area and let themselves into a dusty study room. “This isn’t a good idea,” Sarah … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Threads

by Christine Anne George A few weeks ago, when I was discussing a research plan with a student who was getting ready to work on her note on a breaking-news topic, I said something I hadn’t expected to say in … Continue reading

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Law Librarians Conference Hard

by Christine Anne George, RIPS-SIS Annual Meeting Grant Recipient There are many ways to tell that you attended a good conference. You can look back at your notes and reflect on the things you’ve learned. You can count the number … Continue reading

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If You Come at the Justice, You Best Have Sources

By Christine Anne George It started out, as most catastrophic events do, with a simple tweet. So can @CardozoLaw settle this once and for all? Did Benjamin Cardozo fail the bar exam? @CardozoOCS @cardozolawlib https://t.co/Mz10AFg5Jx — ABA for Law Students … Continue reading

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