How will you document your library?
By Frances M. Brillantine
Career changes and challenges
By Elizabeth A. Greenfield
Challenges and opportunities
By Kara Phillips, Wei Luo, and Joan Liu
Library-supported portfolio pieces for law school students and graduates
By Marie Stefanini Newman and Taryn L. Rucinski
Implementing legal research competitions at law schools
By Lisa Junghahn and Richard L. Buckingham
A celebration of longevity: comparing Moore's Federal Practice and Procedure with Wright and Miller's Federal Practice and Procedure
By Adrienne DeWitt
What reference librarians can learn from the hospitality industry
By Andrea Alexander
The new citation manager MLZ, based on Zotero, helps collect, organize, and use research materials
By Mitchell L. Silverman
One participant's perspective
By Colleen Williams
By John Cannan
December 20, 2013
By Ashley Krenelka Chase
November 26, 2013
Dear Peace Corps, I'm Finally Here, Almost . . .
By Catherine A. Lemmer
Law Librarian Advocacy in 2013
By Emily Feltren
I recently accepted a position as librarian-manager in a local law firm library. When I was hired, I was told that I would report to the executive manager. However, a couple of days after I began working, the senior administrative assistant, Carol, sought me out and told me that I should actually be reporting to her. When I asked the executive manager to clarify, he responded that he didn't know why Carol would say that. I'm worried that he won't set all this straight and there will be a clash in the future. Do you have any suggestions for what I should do?
By Susan Catterall
AALL Announcements, Memorials, Stu's Views, and Next Issue of Spectrum
What creative phrase or statement describes your past year?
Views of the modifications made to Harvard Law School's Pound Hall
Identity, Meaning, and Names
By Steven P. Anderson