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Law Student Engagement at the Reference Desk

This month, our law librarians are deep in the throes of mandatory scholarly writing consultations. We meet with students who are preparing original comments or case notes as part of their Scholarly Writing course, and help them develop articles suitable … Continue reading

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Repackaging Library Services

by Emily Siess Donnellan I read a lot about law librarianship. Probably because I’m relatively new. I’ve been a law librarian for about 2 years, and I’m still trying to navigate the profession. It may also be because I manage … Continue reading

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The Art and Science of Library Event Planning…or What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Crowd

by Ashley Ahlbrand At the start of the school year, our library began a new tradition: Welcome Week.  For three days, from 9 to 5, we took turns staffing a table in the library lobby with library swag, food, and … Continue reading

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