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5/20/2014 3:30:09 PM
Spring 2014 ALLUNY Newsletter Available
The Spring 2014 issue of the ALLUNY Newsletter is out. If you’re interested in what is going on in ALLUNY, you want to give this a read. There’s a lot of chapter news. You’ll also find links to “library related tattoos” in the Editor’s Corner by Barb Briggs, along with a photo of her new kitten. Elaine Knecht gives some reasons to take a break and ideas of how in “But I Digress…” And, Marissa K. Mason discusses Court-PASS, a free research tool for searching NYS Court of Appeals case materials.
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5/19/2014 3:54:51 PM
Fall 2013 Issue of LH & RB Available
The Fall 2013 issue of LH & RB is now available. In this edition Joel Fishman and Joshua Boston do a wonderful write up about John Henry Wigmore. Kasia Solon Cristobal reviews the 2013 AALL Annual Meeting program, Law Libraries and Advocacy: Using Special Collections to Tell the Story of the Japanese American Internment, as well as the Women at HLS: 60 Years of Transformation exhibit at the Harvard Law School Library. William Sleeman discusses finding the lost Litchfield Law School Notebooks. And, Laura J. Ax-Fultz reviews American Homicide by Randolph Roth, which is now on my "To Read" list. There’s lots of great information in this issue, so take a moment and check it out!
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5/5/2014 4:21:30 PM
The May 2014 Issue of Spectrum is now on AALLNET!
The May 2014 issue of Spectrum is now available on AALLNET. We hope you enjoy the issue and encourage you to post your feedback here!
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