Would they know you even if they saw you?
By Deborah L. Rusin
A new field of study emerges in the internet age
By Roy Balleste
Facing the challenges of the blind in the legal profession
By Melissa A. Williams and Leslie Lanphear
Are LMAs really in the best interest of law librarians?
By John P. Joergensen
Perspectives on one of AALL's most accomplished committees
By Sarah Jaramillo
Providing legal research training to public librarians
By Michael Whiteman
A theory on the evolution of the library
By Ryan Saltz
By Mark E. Estes
In Anticipation of Inspiration
By Joyce Manna Janto
AALL State Working Groups and the National Inventory of Legal Materials
By Emily Feldman
My supervisor has a habit of delivering information (i.e., "dropping bombs") at 5 p.m. on Friday...
By Susan Catterall
Who is your favorite patron and why?
Marianne Sidorski Alcorn, Earl Charles Borgeson, and Margaret Tranne Pearce
Jones Day in Columbus, Ohio, and the Gould Law Library at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in Central Islip, New York
Expect great information. Expect new friends. Expect fun.