A short list of big ideas about advocacy
By Nicole P. Dyszlewski
Tips and suggestions for the process
By Elizabeth Christian
Developments and changes in the Canadian legal profession
By Kim Clarke
Helping unrepresented litigants navigate the court system in New York
By Meghan Lenahan
Considerations for employees and employers
By Shira Megerman and Deborah Schander
When it comes to new hires, what is it that we want?
By Kathleen Brown
Mentoring student workers and improving customer service in your library
By Jessica M. Drewitz
Why librarians have the critical skills to manage Big Data
By Stephanie Ball
The most important part of your job . . . really!
By Carissa J. Vogel
By Jesse Bowman
October 31, 2013
Boundary Reflections: Holding in or Holding Back?
By Catherine A. Lemmer
Gobble, Gobble, Gobble
By Steven P. Anderson
Reforming Surveillance Programs to Protect Libraries
By Emily Feltren
I attended my first AALL conference this year, and though I thought I had prepared for it, now I'm not so sure. I'm back at work with a fistful of business cards, and I can feel my conference memories and good intentions slipping away. What should I have done differently?
By Susan Catterall
AALL Announcements, Memorials, and Next Month in Spectrum
What competitive or noncompetitive activity outside of work recharges you?
The Paul L. Boley Law Library stacks seen through the trees at Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon
Volume 36, Number 1