I admit that I had never read an issue of Technical Services Law Librarian before reading the latest issue in order to summarize it here.  I now realize the error of my ways.  It's full of interesting and relevant articles that are well written.  For example, George Prager explains how he assisted with the expansion of the KZ classification schedule to accommodate international criminal law.  It's a fascinating essay about how these schedules are kept up to date.  Ashley Moye gives advice for communicating about RDA with non-catalogers.  I can imagine this also being good advice for library administrators talking with stakeholders from outside the library.  Mary Lippold has some great tips about meetings that all librarians should take to heart.  Aaron Wolfe Kuperman's discussion of the subject heading -Cases is a review of how this subject heading has been used.