“Electronic Databases in Legal Research: Beyond LEXIS and WESTLAW,” Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 13 (1987): 73–103.
“How Law Libraries are Coping with the Technological Revolution: U.W. Combines Traditional and Innovative Research Methods,” Wisconsin Lawyer 62 (January 1989): 29.
“The Future of Legal Bibliography: The Role of Laserdiscs and Computers in Compiling and Distributing Bibliographies,” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 9 (Spring-Summer 1989): 147–63.
“Technology and Law Library Design,” St. John’s Law Review 70 (1996): 163–79.
Szladits’ Bibliography on Foreign and Comparative Law. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Oceana, 1998–2001. 10 vols. (with Daniel L. Wade and Tracy L. Thompson).
Law In America: An Illustrated Celebration. Florida: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, 2001 (with Bonnie Collier).
“Opening Remarks: Order from Chaos—Contexts for Global Legal Information,” International Journal of Legal Information 31 (2003): 163–67.
“Fostering Legal Research As a Subject Speciality,” AALL Spectrum 10 (July 2006): 1–3 [Members’ Briefing insert].
“What the Americans Are Up To: Inside the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Law School,” Legal Information Management 6 (Autumn 2006): 164–71.
“The Twenty-First Century Law Library,” Law Library Journal 101 (2009): 143–56 (with John Palfrey and Richard Danner).
“Information Literacy in Law: Starting Points for Improving Legal Research Competencies,” International Journal of Legal Information 38 (2010): 339–51.
“The Recession Mounts the Ivory Tower: How the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Has Met the Challenges Posed by a Declining Economy,” Legal Information Management 10 (2010): 275–79 (with Femi Cadmus).
“Cornerstones for Enduring Law Libraries: Morris Cohen’s Influence at Yale,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 45–51.
Selected Publications about the Inductee
Pauline M. Aranas, “Gallagher Award Celebrates Outstanding Achievement: S. Blair Kauffman and Judith M. Wright Recognized for Service to the Profession,” AALL Spectrum 20 (May/June 2016): 36–38.
S. Blair Kauffman Interview. In An Oral History of Law Librarianship, interviewed by Patrick E. Kehoe, September 22, 2016, videorecording. Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf, HeinOnline.
Head Law Librarian, National Judicial College, 1977–81
Law Library Director and Assistant Professor of Law, Northern Illinois University College of Law, 1981–84
Law Library Director and Associate Professor of Law, Northern Illinois University College of Law, 1984–88
Law Library Director and Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School, 1988–94
Law Librarian and Professor of Law, Yale Law School, 1994–2016
Law Librarian Emeritus, Yale Law School, 2016–present
B.S., University of Missouri, 1971
J.D., University of Missouri, 1975
LL.M., University of Missouri, 1976
M.L.L., University of Washington, 1977
Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (outside AALL)
Admitted to the practice of Law, Missouri, 1975
Member, Accreditation Site Evaluation Teams, ABA, 1985–2011
Member, Editorial Board, Graven Images: Journal of Law, Culture and the Sacred, 1992–2002
Principal Investigator, “Digitizing U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs,” National Science Foundation, 2000–02
Chair, Program Committee, International Association of Law Libraries, 2002
President, New England Law Library Consortium, 2002–03
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Electronic Resources in Law Libraries, 2002–06
Fulbright Senior Specialist, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2007
Member, Committee on Libraries and Technology, Association of American Law Schools, 2011–13