Tag Archives: Libraries

Listening & Learning as a New(er) Law Librarian

Recently, I looked at my calendar and realized that I’ve been a law librarian for a little more than two years. This fact snuck up on me for many reasons; mainly, time flies when you’re having fun! But it also … Continue reading

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Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight!

by Christine Anne George Ages ago, otherwise known as February 2016, I wrote a post-binge post on Making a Murderer. Among other things, I mentioned how the show created a teachable moment where people (hopefully) learned about the limits of … Continue reading

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Outreach & Instruction Services for Public Patrons

For most academic law libraries, our patron base includes a mixture of students, faculty, staff, attorneys, and public patrons. And if your library is anything like mine, we spend a majority of our time and resources on students, faculty, and … Continue reading

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