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Implementing Opportunities for Self-Evaluation: Part 1 of 3

Oh my, folks, it’s August. Where did the summer go? Send help. Photo by Alex Iby on Unsplash If you’re suddenly concerned about your preparation (or lack thereof) for the fall semester, fear not. Allow me to introduce the first of many tips … Continue reading

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Buying Stuff from the Deep Dark Web So You Don’t Have To

by Sarah Gotschall As I mentioned in my CALI conference wrap-up, my favorite presentation was Deborah Ginsberg’s Blocked! What is Blockchain and What Will It Mean for the Future of Law? While explaining blockchains and cryptocurrencies, Ms. Ginsberg mentioned using … Continue reading

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Volunteer Today for a RIPS Committee!

The RIPS Executive Board is looking for motivated, energetic members for our 2018-2019 committees! This year, our committees have worked on white papers, put on webinars, developed helpful new resources, created new awards to recognize RIPS members’ accomplishments, marketed all … Continue reading

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RIPS Executive Board Candidate Statements

Candidates for Vice Chair/Chair-Elect Nicole Dyszlewski I hope to become the chair of RIPS-SIS to continue the amazing work the SIS has been doing! I am excited by the work that RIPS does and would be honored to lead a … Continue reading

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Managing Expectations with Public Records

by Erik Adams Use Google to search for a phone number and often the top hits will be websites that offer to connect a phone number to a person’s name and a street address. Click through and you will probably … Continue reading

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Ravel Law Visualization Tools First Coming to Shepard’s Results

by Sarah Gotschall Last week when the librarians at my school met with our Lexis representatives, we asked when the recently purchased Ravel Law visualization technology would be incorporated into Lexis Advance. They didn’t make any promises on the time … Continue reading

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