How to create a library marketing committee
By Deborah Schander
Link rot in legal citations
By Nick Szydlowski
With so much legal information available for free online, what role remains for the law library?
By Paul D. Healey and Paul J. Gatz
Delving into the renaming conversation among private law librarians
By Kristen M. Hallows and Christine Bowersox
The favorite novels of law librarians
By Stacy Fowler
Why taking the bar exam made me a better reference librarian
By Kurt Meyer
The co-chairs of this year's Local Arrangements Committee offer some tips for your stay
By Stacy Fowler and Liana Morales
The AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers Award has been motivating law librarians for nearly 30 years
By Benjamin J. Keele and Sara Sampson
New approaches to old problems
By Kerry Lohmeier and Anne Mostad-Jensen
By Joseph D. Lawson
March 27, 2014
Why I . . .
By Catherine A. Lemmer
At State Level, Member Advocacy Makes the Difference
By Emily Feltren
I have a co-worker with whom I work closely, and I thought we were friends. However, I suddenly feel as though I'm in a competition that I wasn't even aware existed. She seems to embrace everything I'm interested in and wants to do the same things that I do for our firm. This includes wanting to deliver the same programs I've developed and leverage the same personal relationships I've cultivated. I'm feeling edged out, and recently something happened that made me feel as if I had been undermined. What should I do?
By Susan Catterall
What is the best program or event that you have attended at the AALL Annual Meeting & Conference?
Ramsey County Law Library, situated on the 18th floor of the Ramsey County Courthouse in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota, overlooks the Mississippi River.
E-Books: Where Are We Now?
By Jacob Sayward, Bess Reynolds, Cynthia Myers, and Margaret K. Maes