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Posted Nov. 30, 2007.
Prepared by Carissa Vogel, UW law librarianship student, 2007-08.

Academic Libraries

Administration

Includes marketing and public relations.

  • Administration, by Lisa Smith-Butler in Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century
  • Administration of Academic Law Libraries, by Roy M. Mersky in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Administration of Private Law Libraries, by Velvet E. Glass & Michael L. Richmond in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Administration of State and Court Law Libraries, by Marian O. Boner in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Administrative Practice, by David C. Weber in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Advice to the New Middle Manager, by Kim Clarke in Beyond the Books
  • The Anatomy of Conflict: Some Thoughts on Managing Staff Conflict, by Carol B. Allred in Law Library Staff Organization and Administration
  • Automation in Law Libraries, by Betty W. Taylor & Signe E. Larson in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Communications and Public Relations, by Larry B. Wenger & O. James Werner in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Construction 101: Hints for a Library Administrator, by Scott B. Pagel in Beyond the Books
  • Designing Enriched Jobs in Law Libraries, by Peter C. Schanck in Law Library Staff Organization and Administration
  • Disaster Planning in the Digital Age, by Darin K. Fox in Beyond the Books
  • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Law Libraries But Were Afraid to Ask, by Roy M. Mersky in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • The Evolution of Law Library Support to Law School Administrative and Staff Offices: What We Are Doing and Why, by Leah Sandwell-Weiss in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • The Joys of Law Library Management Are Without Number, by Jenni Parrish in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Law Library Administration, by Judith Meadows in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • The Leader as Achiever, by Roy M. Mersky in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Builder, by George S. Grossman in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Champion, by Timothy Coggins in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Coach, by Herb Cihak in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Innovator, by Robert C. Berring in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Liberator, by Herb Cihak in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Manager, by Anne Grande in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Marketer, by Kay Todd in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Mediator, by Carol Allred in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Mentor, by Joan S. Howland in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Teacher, by Penny Hazelton in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Transformer, by Roberta (Bobbie) F. Studwell in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Visionary, by John E. Christiansen in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • Library Planning, by Julius J. Marke in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Managing Motivation, by Robin Kate Mills in Law Library Staff Organization and Administration
  • "ORDINARY JOE" in the Decision-Making Process: The Viability of Staff Participation in Law Library Administration, by Peter C. Schanck in Law Library Staff Organization and Administration
  • Marketing Law Libraries: Strategies and Techniques in the Digital Age, by Kristin Cheney in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Organizational Structure in Law Libraries: A Critique and Models for Change, by Martha J. Dragich in Law Library Staff Organization and Administration
  • Preparing a Staff for Automation: The Human Factors, by Patricia Jean Harris in Law Library Staff Organization and Administration
  • Performance Appraisal, by Martha J. Dragich in Law Library Staff Organization and Administration
  • Physically Challenged Patrons, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design
  • Privacy and Library Public Services: or, I Know What You Read Last Summer, by Anne Klinefelter in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Public Relations & Marketing: A Twenty-First Century Necessity, by Billie Jo Kaufman in Beyond the Books
  • Public Services, by Anne Klinefelter in Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century
  • Relations with the Trade, by Fred B. Rothman in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • So You Think You Want to Be an Academic Library Supervisor, by Peter J. Egler in Beyond the Books
  • Supervision, by Bruce S. Johnson in Law Library Staff Organization and Administration
  • Supervision 101, by Connie Lenz in Beyond the Books
  • Technology Management, by Thomas C. Wilson in Beyond the Books
  • Technical Services, by Sonia Luna-Lamas in Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century
  • Towards a Philosophy of Law Librarianship, by Morris L. Cohen in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Why a Law Firm Needs a Librarian, by Mark J. Newman in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Collection Development

    Includes acquisitions, archives, automated services, cataloging, interlibrary loan, new formats, and serials.

    Design of Libraries

  • Acoustics, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design
  • Building Milestones, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Computers, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Construction 101: Hints for a Library Administrator, by Scott B. Pagel in Beyond the Books
  • Construction Documents: Working Drawings, Schedules, and Specifications, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Deliveries and Storage, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Design Development, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Displays and Exhibits, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Electrical Power, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Expansion Plans, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Floors, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Furniture, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Getting Started: The Team, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Library Planning, by Julius J. Marke in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Lighting, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Mechanical Engineering, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Media, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Microforms, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Naming Opportunities, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • The Needs Assessment and Program Statement, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Patron Amenities, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Photocopy Services, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Physically Challenged Patrons, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Security, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Shelving, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Signage, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Special Collections, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Staff Amenities, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Staff Work Spaces, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Telecommunications, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Transition, Occupancy, and Punch Lists, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design and Introduction to Design for Law and Other Academic Libraries
  • Foreign Law Collections and Libraries

  • Foreign and International Collections in the Law Firm, by Timothy Kearley in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • Foreign, Comparative, and International Law Librarianship, by Mary Ramsey in Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century
  • Law Libraries in Canada, by Marianne F. Scott in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Law Libraries in the United Kingdom, by Don Daintree in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • History

  • The American Association of Law Libraries and Its Government Relations Program (Parts I and II, by Timothy L. Coggins in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • America’s First Law School Library: A History of the College of William & Mary’s Marshall-Wythe Library, 1779-1995, by James S. Heller in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • A Brief History of Law Librarianship, by Robert C. Berring Jr. in Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century
  • A Brief History of the American Association of Law Libraries, by Laura N. Gasaway in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • Fredrick C. Hicks: Scholar-Librarian, by William R. Roalfe (reprinted from 50 Law Library Journal 88 (1957)) in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The Contributions and Unique Role of Foreign-Born/Foreign-Educated Law Librarians, by Lorraine Kulpa in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • History and Development of the Modern Law Library in the United States, by J. S. Ellenberger in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • The History of AALL and the Law Library Professional, by Frank G. Houdek in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • The History of African-American Law Librarians: A Research Agenda, by Marvin Roger Anderson in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The History of Los Angeles County Law Library, by Gail Fruchtman (reprinted from 84 Law Library Journal 687 (1992)) in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The History of the Social Law Library, by Edgar J. Bellefontaine & James A. Brink in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The History of the University of Washington Law Librarianship Program, by Laura M. Goldsmith (reprinted from 82 Law Library Journal 239 (1990)) in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, DC: A History, by Pamela J. Gregory in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • Law Libraries and Librarians: A Revisionist History, by Christine Eleanor Anderson (Christine A. Brock) in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Law Libraries and Librarians: A Revisionist History; or More than You Ever Wanted to Know, by Christine A. Brock (reprinted from 67 Law Library Journal 325 (1974)) in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • Law Library Administration, by Judith Meadows in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • The Law Library of the Library of Congress, by Carleton W. Kenyon in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Reflections on Mentors, by Robert C. Berring in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries: The First Chapter, by Hazel L. Johnson in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The United States Supreme Court Library, by Shelley L. Dowling in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • William R. Roalfe: Builder of Libraries, Scholar, Association Animal, by Michael G. Chiorazzi in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • Women as Directors of Academic Law Libraries, by Laura N. Gasaway in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • Law Firm Libraries

  • Administration of Private Law Libraries, by Velvet E. Glass & Michael L. Richmond in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Cataloging and the Online Catalog, by Cecilia Kwan & Phyllis Marion in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • Collection Development and Acquisitions, by Lovisa Lyman & Bonnie Geldmacher in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • The Future of CALR in Law Firms, by Richard Leiter in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Government Documents—Federal and State, by Cheryl Rae Nyberg in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • Law Library Administration, by Judith Meadows in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • Reference: An Overview, by Margaret Maher Krause & Gary McCann in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • Reference Services in Law Firm Environments, by Mark Estes in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Serials Management in an Automated Environment, by Suzanne Miller in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • Service with a…Grimace? Working in the Law Firm Library, by Leslie Forrester in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Why a Law Firm Needs a Librarian, by Mark J. Newman in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Professional Development

  • Accounting and Budgeting for Librarians, by Spencer L. Simons in Beyond the Books
  • Advice to the New Middle Manager, by Kim Clarke in Beyond the Books
  • All in a Day’s Work: From Law Librarian to Legal Publisher, by Donna M. Tuke in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Art for Art’s Sake, by George Grossman in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Be Faculty, by Nancy Carol Carter in Beyond the Books
  • Beyond the Cloister Walls, by Jerry Dupont in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Career Development in Law Librarianship, by Frank G. Houdek in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Competencies of Law Librarianship: Reference, Research and Patron Services, by Kay M. Todd in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Continuing Education for Law Librarianship, by Laura Gasaway & Steve Margeton in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Customer Service: A Step-by-Step Guide to Assisting Your Patrons, by Susan Ryan in Beyond the Books
  • Does a Law Librarian Need a Law Degree, by James Hambleton in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • The Evolution of the Reference Interview, by Courtney Selby in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Foreign and International Collections in the Law Firm, by Timothy Kearley in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • The History of AALL and the Law Library Professional, by Frank G. Houdek in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • How to Be a Great Reference Librarian, by Robert C. Berring in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Innovative Instructional Materials, by Diane Murley in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Interviewing 101: Tips and Strategies for Successful Interviewing, by Deborah Norwood in Beyond the Books
  • Jump-Starting Your Career: Change Is Good, by Helane Davis in Beyond the Books
  • Keeping Up Is Hard to Do, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Law Librarians Lobby for Library Users, by Laura N. Gasaway in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Law Libraries and Librarians: A Revisionist History, by Christine Eleanor Anderson (Christine A. Brock) in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Law Libraries and Librarians: A Revisionist History; or More than You Ever Wanted to Know, by Christine A. Brock (reprinted from 67 Law Library Journal 325 (1974)) in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The Leader as Achiever, by Roy M. Mersky in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Leader, by Joan Howland in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Innovator, by Robert C. Berring in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Manager, by Anne Grande in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Mentor, by Joan S. Howland in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • The Leader as Visionary, by John E. Christiansen in Leadership Roles for Librarians
  • Leadership for the Twenty-First Century Library Director, by Rhea Ballard-Thrower in Beyond the Books
  • Learning a Little about the World: Foreign and International Research and the Nonspecialist, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Library Service to the Law School, by Betty Taylor in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Managing Office Politics, by Susan Lewis-Somers in Beyond the Books
  • The More Things Change…Library Service in the Post-dot.com" World, by Mickie Voges Piatt in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader, 2d ed.
  • A Most Unlikely Servant of the Profession, by Stephen Young in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • The Name of Our Profession, by Fred R. Shapiro in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Of Reference and Revelation, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • On Having a Bad Day, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Playing Nicely with Others: Managing Work Relations, by Faye Jones in Beyond the Books
  • Professional Organizations, by William D. Murphy in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • A Public Librarian’s Perspective on the Service Ethic: Service is Survival, by Donna Bausch in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Public Relations & Marketing: A Twenty-First Century Necessity, by Billie Jo Kaufman in Beyond the Books
  • Reference Librarians Do Not Work in Steel, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Reflections on Mentors, by Robert C. Berring in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The Sensory Law Library, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Service and the Information Professional, by Roy M. Mersky in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service in Public Law Libraries, by Charles R. Dyer in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service: The Core of Law Librarianship, by Margaret A. Leary in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service to Patrons: A Research Librarian’s Perspective, by Jill Duffy in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service to the Parent Institution: It is Worth the Effort, by Albert Brecht in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service to the Profession, by Robert Oakley in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service with a…Grimace? Working in the Law Firm Library, by Leslie Forrester in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Some Reflections on Service, by Richard A. Leiter in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • So You Think You Want to Be an Academic Library Supervisor, by Peter J. Egler in Beyond the Books
  • So You Want to Be an Academic Law Library Director?, by Barbara A. Bintliff, Laura N. Gasaway, Penny A. Hazelton, Frank G. Houdek, Janis L. Johnston, Martha Dragich Pearson, Charles Ten Brink & Michelle Wu in Beyond the Books
  • Starting on the Right Track in Your First Library Job, by Barbara A. Bintliff in Beyond the Books
  • Supervision 101, by Connie Lenz in Beyond the Books: People, Politics, and Librarianship
  • Technology Management, by Thomas C. Wilson in Beyond the Books
  • Trends for the Future of Law Libraries, by Roy M. Mersky & Gary R. Hartman in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • The Trouble with Utopia, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Types of Employment Status for Academic Libraries, by Brian Huddleston in Beyond the Books
  • The Value of Experiential Learning in Law Librarian Education, by Stephen G. Margeton in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader, 2d ed.
  • What Do You Do All Day?, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Why a Law Firm Needs a Librarian, by Mark J. Newman in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Women as Directors of Academic Law Libraries, by Laura N. Gasaway in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • Working at the Law Library: A Practical Guide, by Karl T. Gruben in Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century
  • Reference

  • Alphabetical Order and Other "Simple" Systems, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • On Asking for Help, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Bouvier’s, Black’s, and Tinkerbell, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Celebrating the Virtues of Saying, "I Don’t Know", by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Competencies of Law Librarianship: Reference, Research and Patron Services, by Kay M. Todd in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Cool Web Sites, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Encounters with Sources, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • The Evolution of the Reference Interview, by Courtney Selby in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Faculty Services in the 21st Century: Evolution and Innovation, by Margaret A. Schilt in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Finding Out What They Want to Know, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Golf Buddy Reference Questions, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • "Good Reads" in the Law Library?, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • On Having a Bad Day, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • How to Be a Great Reference Librarian, by Robert C. Berring in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • A Hypothetical Case Study: Creating AI Assistants in the Law Library, by Roy Balleste in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Keeping Up Is Hard to Do, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Learning a Little about the World: Foreign and International Research and the Nonspecialist, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Learning from Library Science, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • On Not Doing Research, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Reference, by Mary K. Sanders in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Of Reference and Revelation, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Reference: An Overview, by Margaret Maher Krause & Gary McCann in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • Reference Librarians Do Not Work in Steel, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Reference Services in Courts and Governmental Settings, by Luis Acosta & Anna Cherry in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Reference Services in Law Firm Environments, by Mark Estes Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Reference Services vs. Legal Advice: Is It Possible to Draw the Line?, by Robin K. Mills in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Re: Memo, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Researching in an Imperfect World, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Researching Outside the Box, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • The Sensory Law Library, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Story Time in the Law Library, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Teaching the Art of the Reference Interview, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • These Are a Few of My Favorite Books, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • The Trouble with Utopia, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • What Do You Do All Day?, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • What’s in a Statute Name?, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • When Judges Scold Lawyers, by Mary Whisner in Practicing Reference
  • Service to Patrons

  • Competencies of Law Librarianship: Reference, Research and Patron Services, by Kay M. Todd in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Construction 101: Hints for a Library Administrator, by Scott B. Pagel in Beyond the Books
  • Customer Service: A Step-by-Step Guide to Assisting Your Patrons, by Susan Ryan in Beyond the Books
  • The Evolution of the Reference Interview, by Courtney Selby in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Law Librarians Lobby for Library Users, by Laura N. Gasaway in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • The More Things Change…Library Service in the Post-dot.com" World, by Mickie Voges Piatt in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • A Most Unlikely Servant of the Profession, by Stephen Young in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Public Services, by Anne Klinefelter in Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century
  • Reference Services in Courts and Governmental Settings, by Luis Acosta & Anna Cherry in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Reference Services in Law Firm Environments, by Mark Estes Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Reference Services vs. Legal Advice: Is It Possible to Draw the Line?, by Robin K. Mills in The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader
  • Service and the Information Professional, by Roy M. Mersky in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service in Public Law Libraries, by Charles R. Dyer in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service: The Core of Law Librarianship, by Margaret A. Leary in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service to Patrons: A Research Librarian’s Perspective, by Jill Duffy in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Service with a…Grimace? Working in the Law Firm Library, by Leslie Forrester in The Spirit of Law Librarianship, 2d ed.
  • Special Collections

  • Administration of Rare Materials, by Morris L. Cohen in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Special Collections, by Stephen G. Margeton in Introduction to Academic Law Library Design
  • State, Court & County Libraries

  • Administration of State and Court Law Libraries, by Marian O. Boner in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • The History of Los Angeles County Law Library, by Gail Fruchtman (reprinted from 84 Law Library Journal 687 (1992)) in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
  • The Law Library of the Library of Congress, by Carleton W. Kenyon in Law Librarianship: A Handbook
  • Reference: An Overview, by Margaret Maher Krause & Gary McCann in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • Reference Services in Courts and Governmental Settings, by Luis Acosta & Anna Cherry in Public Services in Law Libraries
  • Shared Resources, by Catherine Pennington in Law Librarianship: A Handbook for the Electronic Age
  • The United States Supreme Court Library, by Shelley L. Dowling in Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives
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