Educator Resources: Books & Articles

Core Competencies  |  Law Librarianship Course Syllabi  |  Access to CALR & Other Online Resources

Updated July 24, 2013

Law Librarianship Classes Generally

Legal Research

Professional Development
 

Law Librarianship Classes Generally

Books

Links to table of contents pages.
Index to chapters by topic.

Articles

With links to online sources.

  • Robert C. Berring, "How To Be a Great Reference Librarian," 4 Legal Reference Serv. Q. 17 (1984). Includes several good tips; easy to read.
  • Christine A. Brock, "Law Libraries and Librarians: A Revisionist History; or More Than You Ever Wanted to Know," 67 Law Libr. J. 325 (1974). Available on HeinOnline.
  • Janis L. Johnston, "Managing the Boss," 89 Law Libr. J. 21 (1997). Available on HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • Robert C. Berring, "Legal Research and the World of Thinkable Thoughts," 2 J. App. Prac. & Process 305 (2000). Available on HeinOnline & LexisNexis.
  • Dick Danner, "From the Editor: Gold-Collar Librarians," 78 Law Libr. J. 213 (1986). Available on HeinOnline.
  • "President’s Briefing: From Narragansett to Now: Looking for AALL," 1 AALL Spectrum 17-20 (July 1997). Available on HeinOnline.
  • Morris L. Cohen, "Educating Law Librarians: A Symposium: Background to Law Library Education," 55 Law Libr. J. 190 (1962). Available on HeinOnline.
  • Richard A. Danner, "Law School Libraries," in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science 1503-12 (2003). Available online.
  • Mark Estes, "Law Firm Libraries," in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science 1495-1502 (2003). Available online.
  • Anita L. Morse, “New Directions in Education for Law Librarianship,” 70 Law Libr. J. 329 (1977). Available on HeinOnline.
  • Roger H. Parent, "American Association of Law Libraries," in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science 101-9 (2003). Available online.

top

Legal Research

Books

With links to table of contents (TOC) and publisher websites. See also the Legal Research Text Annotated Bibliography, produced by members of the American Association of Law Libraries, Research Instruction & Patron Services Special Interest Section (updated in 2013).

Citation Manuals

Articles

Check out Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing, a.free newsletter published by West, that contains great articles on teaching legal research. See also the Best of Perspectives published by West in 2001 and containing reprints of the "best" articles published in Perspectives from 1992 through 2001.

See also Rob Richards' Legal Information Systems & Legal Informatics Resources page.

  • Paul Douglas Callister, “Beyond Training: Law Librarianship's Quest for the Pedagogy of Legal Research Education,” 95 Law Libr. J. 7 (2003). Available online, HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • James B. Levy, "Legal Research and Writing Pedagogy - What Every New Teacher Needs to Know," 8 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 103 (2000). Available on Westlaw.
  • Theodore A. Potter, “A New Twist on an Old Plot: Legal Research is a Strategy, Not a Format,” 92 Law Libr. J. 287 (2000). Available on HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • Amy E. Sloan, "Creating Effective Legal Research Exercises," 7 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 8 (1998). Available on Westlaw.
  • Michael J. Lynch, “An Impossible Task But Everybody Has to Do It – Teaching Legal Research in Law Schools,” 89 Law Libr. J. 415 (1997). Available on HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • Maureen F. Fitzgerald, “What’s Wrong with Legal Research and Writing? Problems and Solutions,” 88 Law Libr. J. 247 (1996). Available on HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • Jane Thompson, “Teaching Research to Faculty: Accommodating Cultural and Learning-Style Differences,” 88 Law Libr. J. 280 (1996). Available on HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • Perry M. Goldberg & Marci Rothman Goldberg, “Putting Legal Research into Context: A Nontraditional Approach to Teaching Legal Research,” 86 Law Libr. J. 823 (1994). Available on HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • Eileen B. Cohen, “Teaching Legal Research to a Diverse Student Body,” 85 Law Libr. J. 583 (1993). Available on HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • Marilyn R. Walter, “Retaking Control over Teaching Research,” 43 J. Legal Educ. 569 (1993). Available on HeinOnline & Westlaw.
  • Joyce Manna Janto & Lucinda D. Harrison-Cox, “Teaching Legal Research: Past And Present,” 84 Law Libr. J. 281 (1992). Available on HeinOnline, LexisNexis & Westlaw.
  • David W. Champagne, “Improving Your Teaching: How Do Students Learn?”, 83 Law Libr. J. 85 (1991). Available on HeinOnline & LexisNexis.

top

Professional Development

For great analysis of current issues within the profession, you may want to browse through AALL Spectrum's Members' Briefings, a short insert in each April, July, and December issue of AALL's award-winning magazine that highlights a particularly important or pressing topic (pre-2000 Spectrum issues also featured an October Briefing).  The following is a near-complete list of all articles, arranged by Briefing topic, that have appeared within these Members' Briefings (some short, minor pieces have been omitted). Where available, a link to the PDF version of the Briefing/article located on the Spectrum website and/or HeinOnline has been provided (please note that access to HeinOnline is through subscription only).

Advocacy

April 2003: Advocacy

  • Carol Avery Nicholson, Government Advocacy at Work, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2003) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website.
  • Charlene Cain, GRC Members Lead in Information Policy and Advocacy, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2003) (Center Insert), at 4. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • David McFadden, California Law Librarians Win Important Legislative Battle, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2003) (Center Insert), at 4. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Mary Alice Baish, AALL’s Advocacy Program Gets Better All the Time…with a Lot of Help from Its Members, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2003) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

December 2006: Winning Advocacy

  • Mary Alice Baish, AALL’s Winning Advocacy Team, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2006) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Sally G. Holterhoff, The Big Idea for Law Libraries, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2006) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

April 2009: Advocacy

  • James E. Duggan, Advocacy and You: Take the Time to Make a Difference, 13 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2009) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website.
  • Mary Alice Baish, Your Involvement Makes a Difference, 13 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2009) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website.

American Association of Law Libraries (AALL)

July 1997: From Narragansett to Now: Looking for AALL

  • Frank G. Houdek, (Untitled President’s Column), 1 AALL SPECTRUM (July 1997), at 17. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Law Librarians and AALL: Who We Are and Where We’ve Been, 1 AALL SPECTRUM (July 1997), at 17. Available on HeinOnline.

October 1998: Headquarters Staff

July 2002: AALL Representatives

  • Barbara Bintliff, (Untitled President’s Column), 6 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2002) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Merle Slyhoff, AALL Representatives Expand AALL’s Voice, Resources, 6 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2002) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

July 2005: Annual Meeting Planning

  • Jean Wenger, AMPC Uncovered, 9 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2005) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Victoria K. Trotta, (Untitled President’s Column), 9 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2005) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Victoria K. Trotta, The AALL Annual Meeting of the Future, 9 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2005) (Center Insert), at 4. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

December 2007: Headquarters Staff

  • Ann T. Fessenden, Taking Care of the Details, 12 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2007) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Kate Hagan, AALL Team a Valuable Resource, 12 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2007) (Center Insert), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

April 2008: Get Involved

  • AALL Involving All Our Members Special Committee, What Does it Mean to Be a Member of AALL? 12 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2008), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • AALL Member Benefits, 12 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2008), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Ann T. Fessenden, Participation in Your Association, 12 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2008), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • How to Volunteer for an AALL Committee, 12 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2008), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

Citation Reform

July 1998: Citation Reform

  • Case in Point: Oklahoma Shows the Way of the Future, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (July 1998), at 13. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Judy Meadows, (Untitled President’s Column), 2 AALL SPECTRUM (July 1998), at 13. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Statutory and Administrative Law, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (July 1998), at 15. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

Copyright and Licensing

December 1996: Copyright in the Real World

  • Copyright Infringement May Be Harmful to your Health—and Wallet, 1 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1996), at 24. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Frank G. Houdek, (Untitled President’s Column), 1 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1996), at 23. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Glossary of Copyright Terms, 1 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1996), at 25. Available on HeinOnline.
April 1999: Licensing
  • Anne Klinefelter, Licensing and Librarianship, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1999), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Jim Heller, (Untitled President’s Column), 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1999), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Sarah Renker Andeen, Keeping up with Licensing (and Copyright) by Using the Internet, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1999), at 18. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
Courts

October 2000: State Courts

  • Robert L. Oakley, (Untitled President’s Column), 5 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 2000), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Trends and Developments in State Courts, 5 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 2000), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

Disabilities, Services to Patrons With

December 1998: Americans with Disabilities Act

  • Elizabeth McKenzie, How the ADA Works, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1998), at 20. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Elizabeth McKenzie, The Accommodating Law Library, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1998), at 21. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Jim Heller, (Untitled President’s Column), 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1998), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Nicholas Triffin, Beyond the ADA: Human Considerations, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1998), at 21. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Nicholas Triffin, The ADA and Law Libraries, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1998), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

Legal and Law Librarianship Education

December 1997: Distance Education

  • AALL and Distance Education, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1997), at 23. Available on Hein nline.
  • Judy Meadows, (Untitled President’s Column), 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1997), at 23. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Learning From Libraries’ Experiences, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1997), at 24. Available on HeinOnline.
  • The Copyright Question, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1997), at 23. Available on HeinOnline.
  • The What, Where, and How of Distance Education, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1997), at 23. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Will Law Schools Go the Distance? 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1997), at 24. Available on HeinOnline.

October 1999: Education for Law Librarianship

  • Margaret Maes Axtmann, (Untitled President’s Column), 4 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 1999), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Penny A. Hazelton, Help Wanted: Ensuring the Survival of Law Librarianship, 4 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 1999), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

April 2001: Trends: Legal Education

  • Mary Kay Kane, Trends and Challenges in Legal Education, 5 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2001), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Robert L. Oakley, (Untitled President’s Column), 5 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2001), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

July 2006: Legal Research

  • Blair Kauffman, Fostering Legal Research as a Subject Specialty, 10 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2006), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Claire M. Germain, Fostering Legal Research as a Subject Specialty, 10 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2006), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

International Issues

December 2001: Globalization

  • Barbara Bintliff, (Untitled President’s Column), 6 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2001), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Jean Davis (ed.), Law Libraries Tackle Globalization, 6 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2001), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

December 2003: International Policies

  • Janis Johnston, Global Directives Shape the World of Legal Information, 8 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2003), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Robert L. Oakley, International Public Policy and Libraries, 8 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2003), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

April 2004: International Networks

  • Janis Johnston, International Networks Can be Your Greatest Asset, 8 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2004), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Jules Winterton, The Way of Ignorance, 8 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2004), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

July 2004: Multi-National Management

  • Carol N. Rogers, The Missing Five Hours: Meeting Global Needs, 8 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2004), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Janis Johnston, Spanning the Globe: Life in a Global Law Firm, 8 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2004), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

Professional Development

April 1998: Law Librarian Competencies

  • Association Credentialing Programs, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1998), at 18.  Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Core Competencies: What Law Librarians Do, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1998), at 18.  Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Credentialing Survey Confirms Law Librarian Competencies and Training Needs, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1998), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Judy Meadows, (Untitled President’s Column), 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1998), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • The Needs: Professional Development Direction, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1998), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • The Reality of the Results, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1998), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

December 1999: Leadership

  • Gail Warren, Leading the Way to Empowerment, 4 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1999), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Margaret Maes Axtmann, (Untitled President’s Column), 4 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 1999), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

April 2000: Technical Services Law Librarianship

  • Joe Thomas, Technical Services: The Library’s Foundation, 4 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2000), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Margaret Maes Axtmann, (Untitled President’s Column), 4 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2000), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

April 2002: Research

  • Barbara Bintliff, (Untitled President’s Column), 6 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2002), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Denise Ramsburg Stanley, Perspectives on the Research Agenda: A Firm Librarian’s Perspective, 6 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2002), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Kevin Butterfield, The AALL Research Agenda and AALL Research Grants, 6 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2002), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Marian F. Parker, Perspectives on the Research Agenda: An Academic’s Perspective, 6 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2002), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

July 2003: Strategic Planning

  • Carol Avery Nicholson, Strategic Planning: Making it Work for You, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2003), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • James E. Duggan, Strategic Planning and Special Interest Sections: A Tale of Two SISs, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2003), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Sally Andeen, Chapters Develop Strategic Plans and Make Them Work, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2003), at 4. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Sally Holterhoff, AALL’s Strategic Plan: Putting Vision into Action, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2003), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

December 2004: Generations in Law Librarianship

  • AALL Gen X/Gen Y Task Force, With a Rebel Yell, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2004), at 1. Available on AALL Website.
  • Victoria K. Trotta, An Aging Workforce, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2004), at 1. Available on AALL Website.

April 2006: Promoting Law Libraries

  • Bonnie Shucha, Promoting Law Libraries and Law Librarians through Blogs, 10 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2006), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Claire M. Germain, Extending Our Influence to the Legal Community, 10 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2006), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Elizabeth LeDoux, Seeking Inspiration? 10 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2006), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Gail Warren, Promoting Law Libraries, 10 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2006), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Gail F. Zwirner & Lyn Warmath, How to Develop a Symbiotic Relationship with Your State Bar Journal, 10 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2006), at 2. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Scott Fisher, Thinking Collaboratively, 10 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2006), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

April 2007: Continuing Professional Education

  • Carole Hinchcliff, New Directions in AALL’s Commitment to Provide Continuing Professional Education, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2007), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Sally G. Holterhoff, Changes and Challenges, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2007), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

December 2008: Continuing Education

  • James Duggan, Lifelong Learning: A Core Value, 13 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2008), at 1. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Julie Pabarja, AALL's Educational Programs Continue to Grow, 13 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2008), at 1. Available on HeinOnline.

Public Service

July 2007: Pro Bono in Libraries

  • Camille Broussard & Monica Sharum, Academic Law Libraries, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2007), at 2. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Charles R. Dyer, The Self Represented Litigation Network, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2007), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Jean Holcomb, Legal Aid Organizations—State Surveys, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2007), at 4. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Pamela Gregory & Marcus Hochstetler, State, Court, and County Law Libraries, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2007), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Sara Galligan, Equal Justice Conference, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2007), at 4. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Sarah G. Holterhoff, Law Librarians and Pro Bono: Doing Well by Doing Good, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2007), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Scott Larson & Jill Sidford, Private Firm Law Libraries, 11 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2007), at 2. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

Publishing & Vendor Relations

October 1998: Publisher Relations

  • AALL and Publisher Relations, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 1997), at 20. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Can This Relationship be Saved? ‘Are We Partners or Opponents?’ 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 1997), at 17. Available on HeinOnline.
  • David Turner, Understanding Change, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 1997), at 19. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Judy Meadows, (Untitled President’s Column), 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 1997), at 17. Available on HeinOnline.
  • Link up with CRIV, 2 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 1997), at 19. Available on HeinOnline.
July 1999: The New Age of Legal Publishing
  • Jim Heller, (Untitled President’s Column), 3 AALL SPECTRUM (July 1999), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Kendall F. Svengalis, Legal Publishing on the Eve of the Millennium, 3 AALL SPECTRUM (July 1999), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

July 2001: Trends in Legal Publishing

  • Holley Thompson, The LexisNexis Perspective, 5 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2001), at 19. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Kyle D. Parker, The Next Five Years in Legal Publishing, 5 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2001), at 18. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Mike Wilens, West Group’s Perspective, 5 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2001), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Robert L. Oakley, (Untitled President’s Column), 5 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2001), at 17. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

July 2008: Vendor Relations

  • Ann. T Fessenden, New Approaches to Dealing with Legal Publishers in the 21st Century, 12 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2008), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Dina Dreifuerst & Amy Eaton, Communication Sets the Stage for Successful Vendor Relations, 12 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2008), at 4. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • J. Paul Lomio & Erika Wayne, The $50,000 (or so) Question: Lexis and Westlaw, Lexis or Westlaw, Lexis but not Westlaw, or Westlaw but not Lexis? 12 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2008), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Merrilee Herrell, A Radical Departure or a Wave of the Future? 12 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2008), at 2. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Steven P. Anderson, AALL Executive Board Address Vendor Relations Issues, 12 AALL SPECTRUM (July 2008), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.

Technology Issues

October 1996: Access to Government Information in the Electronic Age

  • Frank G. Houdek, (Untitled President’s Column), 1 AALL SPECTRUM (Oct. 1996), at 21. Available on HeinOnline.

April 1997:  Technology & the Courts

  • Frank G. Houdek, (Untitled President’s Column), 1 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 1997), at 17. Available on HeinOnline.
December 2002: Knowledge Management

  • Carol Avery Nicholson, Knowledge Management--What the Buzz Is All About, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2002), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Catherine Sanders Reach, Assistive Technologies for KM Initiatives at Law Firms, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2002), at 2. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Kevin Butterfield, The Role of Knowledge Management at Academic Law Libraries, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2002), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Tricia Bond & Nola Vanhoy, KM and the Law Firm Librarian, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2002), at 3. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Tricia Bond & Nola Vanhoy, Top 10 KM Tips, 7 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2002), at 4. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
April 2005: Open Access
  • Paul George & the AALL Open Access Task Force, The Future Gate to Scholarly Legal Information, 9 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2005), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Victoria K. Trotta, A Growing Movement, 9 AALL SPECTRUM (Apr. 2005), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
December 2005: Preservation
  • Claire M. Germain, (Untitled President’s Column), 10 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2005), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
  • Special Committee on Permanent Public Access to Legal Information, Permanent Public Access to Legal Information, 10 AALL SPECTRUM (Dec. 2005), at 1. Available on AALL Website & HeinOnline.
Mark

top