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Law Librarians of New England

a chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries

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Member Bibliography: Publications

Filippa Marullo Anzalone

Got Projects? Try Managing Them, 7 AALL Spectrum, n.5, 10-11, (2003).

It All Begins With You: Improving Law School Learning Through Professional Self-Awareness and Critical Reflection, 24 HAMLINE L. Rev. 324, (2001).

AALS 2000, or What Happens at an American Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting? 23 RIPS Law Librarian 3, n.2, (Winter 2001).

KeyCite Research Guide, (Robert C. Berring ed., West Group, 2000).

Project Management: A Technique for Coping With Change, 92 LAW LIBR. J. 53 (2000). Il Project Management nelle Biblioteche, in La Biblioteca Pubblica: Nanuale ad Uso del Bibliotecario, 259-272 (Giovanni V. Moscati ed., Milan: Unicopli, 2000).

How to Do Massachusetts Research: Finding the Massachusetts Constitution and Statutory Law, in How to Do Massachusetts Legal Research: Maximizing Efficiency in the Print and Online Environment, 1-12 (Virginia Wise, Filippa Marullo Anzalone, et al., eds., MCLE, 1998).

Project Management Seminar at the University of Trent - Carrying the Message of Project Management Techniques to Northern Italy, 2 Information Outlook 8, n.6, (1998). (With Anna Merlo)

Advanced Legal Research: A Master Class, 5 PERSP. TEACHING LEGAL RES. & WRITING 5-11, n.1 (Fall 1996).

Special Committee to Explore the Special Characteristics of Law Librarians in Different Work Environments, 87 LAW LIBR. J. 789 (1995).

Council of Chapter Presidents, 86 LAW LIBR. J. 862 (1994).

Report of the Chapter Council President, 86 LAW LIBR. J. 958 (1994).

Nanette Balliot

The Internet and Legal Research. Providence, R.I.: Rhode Island Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education, 1999. (with Lucinda Harrison-Cox)

Rhode Island Bar Journal, Cumulative Index, Volumes 1-46 (1952-1998). Providence, R.I.: Rhode Island Bar Association, 1999. (with Lucinda Harrison-Cox, Emilie A. Benoit, and Elizabeth J. Tabor).

Karen Beck

The Write Way: Past 'AALL Call for Papers' Winners Advise the Hesitant Writer, 5 AALL Spectrum, 4, 6, 16, n.4 (2000). (With Adeen Postar and Maria Protti)

The Time Has Come for Electronic Cite-Checking, 4 AALL Spectrum 36, n.7, (2000).

One Step at a Time: The Research Value of Law Student Notebooks, 91 LAW LIBR. J. 29 (1999).

Notes from the Legal Reasoning, Research and Writing Front, 17 ALL-SIS Newsletter 9-13, n. 2, (1997).

Oregon Practice Materials: A Selective Annotated Bibliography, 88 LAW LIBR. J. 288 (1996).

Richard Buckingham

Law School Rankings, Faculty Scholarship, and Associate Deans for Faculty Research, Posted to SSRN, February 26, 2007. (With Diane D'Angelo & Susan Vaughn).

Library Research Labs: A Hands-On Approach to Taking the First Step with Your Students to Reflect Good Practice in Legal Education, 14 Persp.: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 73 (2006) (with Samantha A. Moppett)

  • This article describes a Suffolk University Law School program that allows first-year law students to practice legal research in a group setting under the supervision of reference librarians and legal writing faculty.

Diane D'Angelo

Law School Rankings, Faculty Scholarship, and Associate Deans for Faculty Research, Posted to SSRN, February 26, 2007. (With Rick Buckingham & Susan Vaughn).

Stephanie Burke Farne

Toot Your Horn: Law Librarians Should Communicate the Value of Their Profession Outside of Its Ranks, 8 AALL Spectrum 12, n. 5 (2004).

You've Got to Be in it to Win it-Steps to Getting that First Grant, 8 AALL Spectrum 14, n. 5 (2004). (With Kathryn Hensiak and Donna Nixon)

Summer Research Assistant Orientation & Training, in Eleventh National Legal Research Teach-In Training Resource Kit, at 71 (2003). (With Raquel Ortiz)

Up Against the Mini, 7 AALL Spectrum 22, n. 5, (2003).

Overview of WorldLII for "What's Online in International Law", ASIL Insights (January/February 2003)

"The Collapse of Enron: A Bibliography of Online Legal, Government and Legislative Resources", Law Library Resource Exchange (LLRX) (2002).

How to Prepare your Note, Cert. or Seminar Paper, in National Legal Research Teach-In Training Resource Kit, (2002).

Brian Flaherty

Assessing Legal Collections: Trying to Eke Out a Method From the Madness, 14 Against the Grain 66, n. 1, (2002).

Acquisitions Librarian at the Reference Desk, 11 Against the Grain, n. 4, 72, (1999).

Brian Harkins

Electronic Legal Research, in Handbook of Legal Research in Massachusetts, (MCLE, Boston: MA, 2002).

Lucinda Harrison-Cox

The 1906 World, 12 LH&RB: Newsletter of the Legal History & Rare Books Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries 1 (Summer/Fall 2006)(with Carol Billings, Beth Chamberlain, Stacy Etheredge, Kurt X. Metzmeier, and Mark W. Podvia).

The Internet and Legal Research. Providence, R.I.: Rhode Island Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education, 1999. (with Nanette Kelley Balliot)

Rhode Island Bar Journal, Cumulative Index, Volumes 1-46 (1952-1998). Providence, R.I.: Rhode Island Bar Association, 1999. (with Nanette Kelley Balliot, Emilie A. Benoit, and Elizabeth J. Tabor).

Virginia Circuit Court Opinions: Cumulative Index. Charlottesville, Va.: Lexis Law Publishing, 1996-. (Annual)

Christine Hepler

Bibliography of the Writings of the Honorable Edward S. Godfrey, Retired Justice Maine Supreme Judicial Court and Dean and Professor Emeritus, University of Maine School of Law, 57 Me. L. Rev. 282 (2005).

Spread The Written Word: Let's stop talking to ourselves and start talking to our patrons-in their publications, 9 Spectrum 22 (Sept./Oct. 2004).

Maine State Documents: A Bibliography of Legal and Law Related Material. Compiled in 2003 as part of the AALL Government Document Series and made available through the Government Documents Special Interest Section of AALL.

Janet C. Katz

No One Person: Views on a Collaboration, 20 LEGAL REF. SERVICES Q. 105 (2001).

Cynthia R. Landau

The History and Organization of New Hampshire Statutory Law, 41 N.H.B.J.32 (2000). (With Susan Marshall)

Researching the New Hampshire Statutes Electronically, 41 N.H.B.J. 24 (2000).

Researching New Hampshire's Version of Uniform and Model Laws, 41 N.H.B.J.10 (2000).

Using Print Resources to Research the New Hampshire Statutes, 41 N.H.B.J. 14 (2000).

Elizabeth M. McKenzie

The House of the Law,32 Legal Studies Forum 203 (2008).

PCs and CALR: Changing the Way Lawyers Think, Posted to SSRN & BEPress, 2007. (With Susan Vaughn)

Lessons in Riding, Life and Management from Sultan, a Wise Horse, 98 Law Library Journal 551 (2006).

In Praise of Big Mac Lit, 130 Library Journal 147 (2005).

Natural Language Searching: How Win Works in Westlaw, 18 LEGAL REF. SERVICES Q. 39 (2001).

Just What Is It That Those Darned Law School Library Directors Do? 6 AALL Spectrum 8, 11 (2001).

A Law Librarian at Cooperstown, 93 LAW LIBR. J. 209 (2001). (With Patricia I. Brown)

Chair Wars, 5 AALL Spectrum 31-32 (2001).

Leaving Paradise: Dropping out of the Federal Depository Library Program, 92 LAW LIBR. J. 305 (2000). (With Elizabeth Gemellaro & Caroline Walters)

Perspectives on... Leaving the Federal Depository Library Program, 26 The Journal of Academic Librarianship, n. 4, 282-285, (2000). (With Robert E. Dugan and Kristin Djorup)

  • A brief discussion of the process of deciding and withdrawing from the depository program at Suffolk University & analysis of replacement costs.

Selected Annotated Bibliography: Federal Depository Libraries, in Proceedings, 9th Annual Federal Depository Library Conference, (2000).

Comparing Keycite with Shepard's Online, 17 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 85-99 (1999).

Centerfold: Members' Briefing - Americans with Disabilities Act, 3 AALL Spectrum 19, n. 4, (1998). (With Nicholas Triffin)

New Kid on the Block: KeyCite Compared to Shepard's, 3 AALL Spectrum 8, n. 2, (1998).

Using Adaptive Technology to Provide Access to Blind, Low-vision and Dyslexic Patrons, 90 LAW LIBR. J. 157 (1998).

Monopolies in the Law, in Legal Education in the 21st Century, (Don King ed., Littleton, CO: F.B. Rothman, 1998).

Library-Specific Uses of the Dialog Databases Through Westlaw Academic Passwords, 13 LEGAL REF. SERVICES Q. 19 (1994).

Marguerite Most

Prestatehood Legal Materials: A Fifty-State Research Guide, Including New York City and the District of Columbia, volumes I and II, Haworth Press, Michael Chiorazzi and Marguerite Most, editors, 2005.

Electronic Journals in the Academic Law Library - Law Reviews and Beyond, 21 LEGAL REF. SERVICES 189-258, n.4, (2002).

Bibliographic Instruction: Internet-Based Tutorials, 18 ALL-SIS Newsletter 7, n.1, (1998).

Guide to North Carolina Legal and Law-Related Materials, 2nd ed., (Chicago, Ill: American Association of Law Libraries, 1996). (With Mary Louise Corbett & Thomas M. Steele)

Mary Ann Neary

Legislative Procedure in the Massachusetts General Court, (Office of the Senate Clerk, Boston: MA, 2003).

Massachusetts Legislative Procedure and History, in Handbook of Legal Research in Massachusetts 3:2-3:46, (MCLE, Boston: MA, 2002).

Selected Legal Research Resources, 11:1-11:32, (Boston: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 2000). (With Brian J. Harkins and Ruth G. Matz)

State Government Procurement of Electronic Legal Services, 17 LEGAL REF. SERVICES Q. 43-58, n. 1/2 (1999).

Selected Family Law Resources on the Internet, in 1998 Management and Technology Conference Publications, 67-69, (Boston: Massachusetts Bar Association, 1998).

Massachusetts Legislative History, in How to Do Massachusetts Legal Research: Maximizing Efficiency in the Print and Online Environment, 13-50, (Boston: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 1998).

Pat Newcombe

Legal Citation Form, in Fundamentals of Legal Research (9th ed. 2009) (Chapter 24).

Legal Citation Form: The ALWD Citation Manual, PARADOCS, Nov. 1, 2003.

Legal Citation Form, in Fundamentals of Legal Research (8th ed. 2002) (Chapter 23).

Electronic Legal Research in Fundamentals of Legal Research (8th ed. 2002) (with Michele LaRose) (Chapter 22).

WebWatch—Legal Self-Help, LIBR. J., June 1, 2002, at 36.

Lassoing Legal Software, GOV’T TECH., Dec. 1999, at 32.

Web Regulation Battles Heat Up, AM. LIBR., Nov. 1999, at 50.

Libraries Face Internet Filter Question, GOV’T TECH., May 1999, at 50.

Raquel M. Ortiz

Training for Law Journal Students, in Twelfth National Legal Research Teach-In Training Resource Kit at 55 (Gail A. Partin, ed., 2004). (With David Bachman & Stephanie Burke)

  • Information and training materials created for law review and law journal students.

Summer Research Assistant Orientation & Training, in Eleventh National Legal Research Teach-In Training Resource Kit, at 71 (2003). (With Stephanie Burke)

  • Information and training materials created for research assistants.

Increase Your PRQ! PR Committee Web Site Can Help with Promotion Strategies, 7 AALL Spectrum 8, n.8, (2003).

  • Promotional piece for AALL members seeking information on how to publicize their libraries.

Research Road Map: How to Prepare Your Note, Cert. or Seminar Paper, in Tenth Annual National Legal Research Teach-in Training Kit, at 15 (2002). (With Stephanie J. Burke and Rebecca Hewitt)

  • Information and training materials created for students writing scholarly papers.

Marketing Here, Marketing There, Marketing EVERYWHERE, 6 AALL Spectrum 28, n. 8, (2002).

  • How to find inspiration for library marketing, with examples from various libraries.

It's All In Your Imagination: How to Create a Public Relations Display, 7 AALL Spectrum 24, n.3, (2002).

  • A practical step by step guide.

Researching Caselaw in Massachusetts, in Massachusetts Legal Research: Maximizing New and Old Tools for Effective Searching (Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, 2001).

  • Chapter to accompany presentation on Massachusetts case law research and citators.

Massachusetts Case Law and Citators, in Conducting Massachusetts Legal Research, (Boston, MA: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Feb. 6, 2001, Dec. 15, 2002, Aug. 1, 2002 & June 8, 2004).

Howard T. Senzel

Looseleafing the Flow: An Anecdotal History of One Technology for Updating, 44 AM. J. LEGAL HIST. 115-197 (2000).

Barry Shanks

Bibliography of Colonial New Hampshire Legal Materials, in 2 Prestatehood Legal Materials (Michael Chiorazzi & Marguerite Most eds., 2005).

Joan Shear

Elevating Form Above Substance: A Reply to Jim Milles and His Assumptions About Approaches to Teaching Legal Research, 9 AALL Spectrum No. 8, pages 10-11, 14 (June 2005).

Massachusetts, in State-by-State Report on Permanent Public Access to Electronic Information, 129-133. (Richard J. Matthews, ed., et al., Washington, D.C.: Government Relations Committee and Washington Affairs Office, American Association of Law Libraries, 2003). Available online at http://www.ll.georgetown.edu/aallwash/State_report.pdf

That's Not Funny: Tiffany's, Moon River and Memory in Legal Research Education, 24 RIPS Law Librarian 2-3, n.2, (2002).

Could I See That Price Tag Again?, 7 AALL Spectrum 30, n.1, (2002). (Available online at http://www.aallnet.org/products/pub_sp0209.pdf )

Which Legal Research Text Is Right For You? 10 PERSP. TEACHING LEGAL RES. & WRITING 23-29, n.1 (2001). (With Kelly Browne) (http://www.westgroup.com/pdf/perspec/fall20018.pdf )

Stuck in the Bargain Basement, 6 AALL Spectrum 34, 36, n.2, (2001). (http://www.aallnet.org/committee/pr/prcolumn/2001-10.htm)

Are You PR Impaired? How Would You Know? 5 AALL Spectrum 14, 17, n.5, (2001). (http://www.aallnet.org/committee/pr/prcolumn/2001-02.htm)

On Target PR, 4 AALL Spectrum 14, n.3, (1999). (http://www.aallnet.org/committee/pr/prcolumn/1999-11.htm)

Your Public Relations Inner Child, 3 AALL Spectrum 12, n.6, (1999). (http://www.aallnet.org/committee/pr/prcolumn/1999-03.htm)

Five Keys to Public Relations Success, 3 AALL Spectrum 2, n.3, (1998). (http://www.aallnet.org/committee/pr/prcolumn/1998-11.htm)

Tracy Thompson

The World of Library Consortia: Collaboration and Resource Sharing in the 21st Century, Law Librarianship in the 21st Century. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., Jan. 2007.

From Authentication to Access Management: The Potential of Shibboleth, The CRIV Sheet, Vol. 28 No. 2 February 2006, p. 10.

Collaborative Acquisition of Electronic Resources, The CRIV Sheet, Vol. 27 No. 3 May 2005, p. 4.

Library Consortia in the 21st Century: Beyond the Buying Club, 15 Trends L. Libr. Mgmt. & Tech. 1 (2004).

Szladits' Bibliography on Foreign and Comparative Law. Dobbs Ferry, New York: Oceana Publications, Inc. (1955-) - 1993-1998 (published 1999-2001), Co-editor (with Daniel L. Wade and S. Blair Kauffman).

Susan Vaughn

Law School Rankings, Faculty Scholarship, and Associate Deans for Faculty Research, Posted to SSRN, February 26, 2007. (With Rick Buckingham and Diane D'Angelo & Susan).

PCs and CALR: Changing the Way Lawyers Think, Posted to SSRN & BEPress, 2007. (With Elizabeth McKenzie)

Gail Winson

Researching the Laws of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, (forthcoming in Pre-Statehood Legal Materials: A Research Guide to the 50 States, Haworth, 2005).

State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations: Survey of State Documents and Law-Related Materials. AALL Government Documents Special Interest Section, 2004 (Occasional Papers AALL State Documents Bibliography Series No. 3-65).

Historic Preservation Law: Annotated Survey of Sources and Literature. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman, 1999.

Susan Zago

Secondary Sources: Top Ten, Legal Information Alert, vol. 24, No. 3, March 2005.

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