Tag Archives: expectations

Are we teaching our law students what their employers want them to know?

Last week, I attended the annual meeting for the Southeastern American Association of Law Libraries (SEAALL). Like all meetings, it had its ups and downs, but there was one session that truly left me thinking, because it helped answer the … Continue reading

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Flying for Peanuts

I did a lot of holiday flying. Let me tell you a brief story on flying and expectations. On one flight, there were no free peanuts. (For this post, I’ll use “peanuts” as representative of any small package of snack … Continue reading

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