Symposium Alert!

March 12, 2010 at 9:36 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
Bloomberg Law is hosting a Legal Career Symposium on March 26th. All interested are invited!
 

  

 

Statutory Legal Research – Index and Other Finding Aid Searches –

March 6, 2010 at 5:38 pm | Posted in law librarianship, legal research strategy, library literature, PRATT SILS 626 | Leave a comment
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 One type of literature we, as librarians, create is “pathfinders.” Generally, pathfinders are designed to guide the patron to find answers on their own when using specific databases.

Unlike those, the attached example has a different aim: to record its author’s path to finding the answer to a specific research problem. The example attached to this message started from an existing hypothetical, to which I added layers of research planning and performing, because this class focuses on a two-prong approach to legal databases: mastering them through both identifying and using such databases.  

The next weekly assignment is due on March 18th , and it is supposed to record your path in finding the answer to your question within the limits of federal statutory finding aids for each online database — whether free-of-charge or fee-based.

Other Law Librarian Blogs

March 1, 2010 at 5:24 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
Please note, “The Law Librarian” on BlogTalkRadio has moved and is now hosted by CALI and has changed its name to “Law Librarian Conversations.” We will continue to provide the same stimulating conversation and discussion of the key issues facing our profession and the world of legal bibliography. 
This Friday will be our inaugural episode with CALI. As always, in addition to providing you with the opportunity to listen live and participate in the discussion, we’ll continue to offer a live chat room and episodes will be available on iTunes, as well as at our new website, http://lawlibcon.classcaster.net. We hope you can join us. Richard Leiter

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