Category Archives: Conference

That’s Not “et al.” Folks!

I recently attended the Virtual Symposium on Citation and the Law hosted by the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Law School and I could not be more fired up about legal citation.  Yeah, you read that right. I am … Continue reading

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Edward Tufte’s One-Day Course: A Brief Review from a Law Librarian

Last week, on January 27th, I attended Edward Tufte’s Presenting Data and Information: A One-Day Course, in Austin, Texas. The workshop had long been on my radar after recommendations from a few other law librarian colleagues. The workshop website usually … Continue reading

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