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Public Relations: Outstanding! 47 Ways to Make Your Organization Exceptional
This resource provides simple strategies to improve customer service and more
By Joy M. Shoemaker

See You in Seattle!
Counting down to AALL's 106th Annual Meeting

Local Advocacy Networks
Adopting UELMA in your state and how you can help
By Catherine M. Dunn

RLLL Mobile Turns One
Reflections on how we developed a library mobile site from the ground up
By Catherine A. Lemmer and Hannah Alcasid

Authenticating the "John Hancock" of Online Primary Legal Materials
The technical and policy concerns at play
By Anna Russell and Jane Larrington

Digging in to Patron Data
What I learned from the law school "facebook"
By Sarah E. Ryan

Recognizing the Outstanding
Carolyn P. Ahearn and Judy Meadows receive the 2013 Marian Gould Gallagher Award
By Elizabeth L. Moore

Going Green with Carpooling
Setting up a carpooling program at your institution
By Emily Marcum

Showcasing Art in the Law Library
A county law library in Pennsylvania launches its art program
By Barbara Pasqua

A Valuable Contribution to Legal Literature
AALL names its 2013 Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award winner
By Pauline Aranas

Frank Sinatra Never Branded Himself a "Ninja"
Some thoughts on informality in digital interactions
By Megan Wiseman

Introducing the Hall of Fame Class of 2013
AALL honors Brecht, Spinelli, Todd, and Wright
By Frank G. Houdek

From the Editor
Lost Days
By Mark E. Estes

From the President
Rethinking our Future
By Jean M. Wenger

Washington Brief
See You in Seattle! A Guide to Public Policy Programs at the 2013 Annual Meeting
By Emily Feltren

The Reference Desk
I coordinate the training for new associates at a law firm, and I'm appalled when I see someone taking a call or having a side conversation when I'm talking with them or catch them texting during a training session. I'm afraid that one of them will do the same thing when they're in a shareholder's office or with a client. Doesn't anyone appreciate good manners anymore?
By Susan Catterall

Member to Member
What has been your favorite vacation?

Stu's Views

Views from You
Views of the remodeled Rare Book and Special Collections Room at Taggart Law Library, Ohio Northern University, Ada

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