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Collection Development, Acquisitions, And Licensing, Frederick W. Dingledy, Benjamin J. Keele, Jennifer Sekula 2019 William & Mary Law School

Collection Development, Acquisitions, And Licensing, Frederick W. Dingledy, Benjamin J. Keele, Jennifer Sekula

Frederick W. Dingledy

No abstract provided.


"As If Uttered By Our Own Inspired Mouth": Researching The Corpus Juris Civilis, Frederick W. Dingledy 2019 William & Mary Law School

"As If Uttered By Our Own Inspired Mouth": Researching The Corpus Juris Civilis, Frederick W. Dingledy

Frederick W. Dingledy

No abstract provided.


Journals Of The Century In Law, Christopher Byrne 2019 William & Mary Law School

Journals Of The Century In Law, Christopher Byrne

Christopher Byrne

In this essay I will humbly add my contribution to this vast literature by ranking the twentieth century's best law journals. I am not treading upon virgin ground. Over the past twenty years a number of scholars have ranked law reviews and journals using a variety of methodologies.


The Promise And Perils Of Massive Open Online Courses: Moocs And The Role Of Law Librarians, Sara Sampson, Leslie A. Street 2019 William & Mary Law School

The Promise And Perils Of Massive Open Online Courses: Moocs And The Role Of Law Librarians, Sara Sampson, Leslie A. Street

Leslie A. Street

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Finding The Middle Ground In Collection Development: How Academic Law Librarians Can Shape Their Collections In Response To The Call For More Practice-Oriented Legal Education, Leslie A. Street, Amanda M. Runyon 2019 William & Mary Law School

Finding The Middle Ground In Collection Development: How Academic Law Librarians Can Shape Their Collections In Response To The Call For More Practice-Oriented Legal Education, Leslie A. Street, Amanda M. Runyon

Leslie A. Street

To examine how academic law libraries can respond to the call for more practice-oriented legal education, the authors compared trends in collection management decisions regarding secondary sources at academic and law firm libraries. The results of their survey are followed by recommendations about how academic and firm librarians can work together to best provide law students with materials they will need in practice.


A Golden Opportunity: Legal Research Simulation Courses, Leslie A. Street, Shawn G. Nevers 2019 William & Mary Law School

A Golden Opportunity: Legal Research Simulation Courses, Leslie A. Street, Shawn G. Nevers

Leslie A. Street

No abstract provided.


Repositories, Taxonomies And Non-Traditional Roles, Lauren Seney 2019 William & Mary Law School

Repositories, Taxonomies And Non-Traditional Roles, Lauren Seney

Lauren P. Seney

No abstract provided.


Georgia Library Spotlight: Library Fest At Uga’S Law Library, Anne Burnett, Marie Mize, David Rutland, Rachel S. Evans 2019 University of Georgia

Georgia Library Spotlight: Library Fest At Uga’S Law Library, Anne Burnett, Marie Mize, David Rutland, Rachel S. Evans

Articles, Chapters and Online Publications

This fall the Alexander Campbell King Law Library at the University of Georgia turned library orientation for incoming students into a Fest, and opened the event up to the entire law school community. The idea for a fest was a collaborative one, with examples from other library orientation programs as well as UGA’s staff resource fair, our experiences at conferences like CALICon, and even a AALL poster session contributing to the final event design and deployment. How did we get here? This article summarizes the team effort and the outcome.

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Georgia And State Research Resources, Pamela C. Brannon 2019 Georgia State University College of Law

Georgia And State Research Resources, Pamela C. Brannon

Pamela Brannon

Shares a variety of websites for gathering the state of Georgia and other state information from for legal research.


The Future Of Security, Yesterday: All About Authentication, Authorization And More…, Rachel S. Evans 2019 University of Georgia School of Law

The Future Of Security, Yesterday: All About Authentication, Authorization And More…, Rachel S. Evans

Articles, Chapters and Online Publications

Rachel Evans crafts a summary of useful terminology aimed at other new CS-SIS members and attempts to demystify by way of definitions and explanations the tangled concepts of authentication and authorization.

The CS-SIS Blog Committee is charged with providing CS-SIS members with timely and useful information through an official yet informal medium about relevant subjects for the membership, including the activities of the members, committees, and Executive Board.


Calicon Re-Cap, Jason Tubinis, Rachel S. Evans 2019 University of Georgia School of Law

Calicon Re-Cap, Jason Tubinis, Rachel S. Evans

Presentations

Rachel Evans and Jason Tubinis shared takeaways with other law librarians from the annual Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Conference held in Columbia, SC in the summer of 2019.


Conference Recap: #Calicon19, Rachel S. Evans, Jason Tubinis 2019 University of Georgia School of Law

Conference Recap: #Calicon19, Rachel S. Evans, Jason Tubinis

Presentations

Evans and Tubinis gave a quick review of their favorite sessions from the Computer Assisted Legal Instruction conference in summer 2019 to an audience of law librarians and special library association members.


Program Report Law Librarians And Online Security: Transforming Talk Into Action, Sharon Bradley 2019 University of Georgia School of Law Library

Program Report Law Librarians And Online Security: Transforming Talk Into Action, Sharon Bradley

Articles, Chapters and Online Publications

Sharon Bradley summarizes the Law Librarians and Online Security session from the recent AALL annual meeting in Washington, D.C. in July 2019.

Technical Services Law Librarian (ISSN 0195-4857) is an official publication of the Technical Services Special Interest Section and the Online Bibliographic Services Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries. https://www.aallnet.org/tssis/resources-publications/technical-services-law-librarian/


Dictionaries And The Law, Laurel Davis 2019 Boston College Law School

Dictionaries And The Law, Laurel Davis

Rare Book Room Exhibition Programs

Exhibition program from a Spring 2019 exhibit presented in the Daniel R. Coquillette Rare Book Room at the Boston College Law Library. The exhibit focused on the history of legal dictionaries published over the last 500 years.


Program Report: Innovation Tournament, Wendy Moore 2019 University of Georgia School of Law Library

Program Report: Innovation Tournament, Wendy Moore

Articles, Chapters and Online Publications

Wendy Moore summarizes the Innovation Tournament from the recent AALL annual meeting in Washington, D.C. in July 2019.

Technical Services Law Librarian (ISSN 0195-4857) is an official publication of the Technical Services Special Interest Section and the Online Bibliographic Services Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries. https://www.aallnet.org/tssis/resources-publications/technical-services-law-librarian/


Law Library Blog (August 2019): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School of Law 2019 Roger Williams University

Law Library Blog (August 2019): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Of Law

Law Library Newsletters/Blog

No abstract provided.


Cyberlaws And Cybercafés: Analysis Of Operational Legislation In Some Commonwealth Jurisdictions And The United States, Yemisi Dina 2019 Osgoode Hall Law School of York University

Cyberlaws And Cybercafés: Analysis Of Operational Legislation In Some Commonwealth Jurisdictions And The United States, Yemisi Dina

Yemisi Dina

This chapter will discuss the existing cyber laws in some commonwealth countries and the United States. It compares the various definitions accorded to cyber crimes in these countries. It examines and discusses when cyber crime occurs in the various jurisdictions regardless of where it originates, the laws that apply to pornographv, the significance of jurisdiction for Internet criminals in all these countries, as well as when cybercafe operators are liable in cyber related crimes.


Reaping The Benefits Of Mentors And Trusted Advisors, Carol A. Watson, Kristina L. Hiedringhaus, Caroline Osborne 2019 University of Georgia School of Law

Reaping The Benefits Of Mentors And Trusted Advisors, Carol A. Watson, Kristina L. Hiedringhaus, Caroline Osborne

Caroline L. Osborne

This program delved into the benefits you can gain from cultivating a network of mentors and trusted advisors. Participants learned how to find their own mentor or advisor, how to build that relationship, why more than one mentor or advisor may be helpful, and why you are never too old (or experienced) to need a mentor. Participants had a hands-on opportunity to create their own mentorship plan by defining what they need from a mentor, how to find someone who can fulfill those needs, and how to begin developing that relationship.


Fake News, Post-Truth & Information Literacy, Carol A. Watson, Caroline Osborne, Kristina L. Niedringhaus 2019 University of Georgia School of Law

Fake News, Post-Truth & Information Literacy, Carol A. Watson, Caroline Osborne, Kristina L. Niedringhaus

Caroline L. Osborne

What is fake news? How did it arise? Why does recognizing fake news matter? How do we create information literate consumers in the legal community? This program will discuss the intersection of fake news and information literacy theory. We’ll provide an overview of the rise and proliferation of fake news including highlights of historical instances; a discussion of the impact of failing to detect fake news; and strategies for creating successful information literacy programming.


Legal Information Institutes (Llls) - Free Legal Stuff, Yemisi Dina 2019 Osgoode Hall Law School of York University

Legal Information Institutes (Llls) - Free Legal Stuff, Yemisi Dina

Yemisi Dina

Multi-disciplinary and comparative approach to legal studies implies that research should go outside the conventional research sources and consult a variety of options. Open access to legal information is made possible by legal information institutes worldwide. In the early 1990s, the Australian Legal Information Institute (AustiLII) initiated this unique medium of disseminating free legal information.


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