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The AALL Spectrum® blog is published by the American Association of Law Libraries. Submissions from AALL members and other members of the legal community are highly encouraged. Opinions and editorial views expressed are those of the authors and do not represent the official position of AALL. AALL does not assume any responsibility for statements advanced by contributors. Previously, the AALL Spectrum Blog was located at aallspectrum.wordpress.com.

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1/4/2013 4:17:22 PM

Highlights from the Fall Issue of the ALL-SIS Newsletter

If you missed sessions this summer during the AALL meeting and haven't yet found the time to listen to the recordings on AALL2go, the Fall 2012 issue of the ALL-SIS newsletter has reviews of programs including

  • A4 E-Stats Collection for Your Non-Stacks Collection
  • Walking the Tightrope: Licensed Data Access and Restrictions
  • Technology and Law Librarianship
  • The New FDLP: A Collaborative Future for Government Information
  • Law Library Research Assistant Programs: Two Different Models
  • Piercing the Veil of Sovereignty: The Sources of International Human Rights Law
  • Helping Others Learn, Connect, and Grow Through Times of Stress
  • Making Sense of Canadian Legislation
  • Asking Hard Questions: Teaching Through Questions and Controversy
  • The Law of the Salem Witch Trials

The newsletter also contains member news and a list of the 2012-2013 committee members. 

Posted By Sara Sampson at 1/4/2013 4:17:22 PM  0 Comments
11/5/2012 9:01:43 AM

Promoting Services and Celebrating Differences

Three law librarians walk into a bar ... or rather, three law librarians write a few blog posts. Mari Cheney, Jennifer Dalglish, and Susan Mecklem authored three separate "week in the life" blog posts for the Oregon chapter of the Special Libraries Association. The blog posts were the inspiration for this article on exploring the differences and similarities of Oregon Law Libraries, along with the possibilites that come from working together.

Posted By Mark Estes at 11/5/2012 9:01:43 AM  0 Comments