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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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1/23/2013 7:22:33 PM

Highlights from MAALL Markings, Volume 22, Issue 1

Volume 22, Issue 1 of MAALL Markings, the publication of the Mid-America Association of Law Libraries, has been released. This issue contains reports of presentations delivered at the MAALL annual meeting. The reports provide a concise overview of what was discussed at the meeting. The post cannot do justice to the wide range of topics covered, so it is worth taking a few minutes to skim through the issue.

Posted By Benjamin Keele at 1/23/2013 7:22:33 PM  2 Comments
1/23/2013 6:52:09 PM

Highlights from Fall 2012 Southeastern Law Librarian

The fall 2012 issue of the Southeastern Law Librarian has been published. Feature articles suggest library students take additional jobs on campus, discuss lobbying for the Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act, and describe how libraries can strengthen democracy in Egypt. The issue also contains a profile of the law library at Lincoln Memorial University.

Posted By Benjamin Keele at 1/23/2013 6:52:09 PM  0 Comments
1/23/2013 5:16:56 PM

Highlights from October 2012 Obiter Dicta

The October 2012 issue of Obiter Dicta, the newsletter of the Southern New England Law Librarians Association, has been published. In addition to organizational notices, the issue announces a joint program by SNELLA and the Connecticut Bar Association on the Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act.

Posted By Benjamin Keele at 1/23/2013 5:16:56 PM  0 Comments