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How to Be a Law Librarian

Law librarianship is truly whatever you wish to make of it. Continue reading

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Balancing Act

by Beau Steenken Recently I returned from vacationing with relatives in California. The combination of a week away from work, conversations with one of my aunts who recently retired from a career in H.R., and seeing my three-year-old son’s unrestrained … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

by Janelle Beitz … That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet; So reference librarians would, were they not so call’d, Retain that dear perfection which they owe Without that title. I don’t know if … Continue reading

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“Going Over the Top”: One Librarian’s Foray into a Part-Time JD Program

You history majors or just history buffs out there will instantly recognize the phrase, “going over the top” and how it was used by soldiers in WWI to describe to act of climbing out of their trench and out into … Continue reading

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