Category «Citators»

Features – Advanced Citation Tools and the Integration of the Legal Technology Workspace

Advanced Citation Tools and the Integration of the Legal Technology Workspace

Roger V. Skalbeck is the Technology Services Librarian and Webmaster at George Mason University School of Law in Virginia, and he is a web committee member for the Law Librarian’s Society of Washington, D.C. Opinions expressed or implied in this column do not necessarily reflect those of his current employer or any other organization. This column is, of course, 100% free of any legal advice.

Subjects: Citators, Features, LEXIS, Westlaw

Features – One More Look at Shepard’s Citation Service: A Private Law Librarian’s Perspective

One More Look at Shepard’s Citation Service: A Private Law Librarian’s Perspective By Robyn Rebollo

Robyn Rebollo is the Washington, D.C. and McLean, Virginia, Librarian for Greenberg & Traurig. She also provides Internet consulting services to small retail companies in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

Subjects: Citators, Features

Features – Keycite Review

KeyCite Review By Al Harrison

Al Harrison is a patent attorney practicing intellectual property law with a concentration in computer and online law, and a mediator for related matters, with the Houston firm of Harrison & Egbert. He is a member of the faculty of the Resolution Forum focusing on mediating online via the Internet and corporate Intranets. Al is chair of the Online and Computer Law Section of the Houston Bar Association; is a past chair of the Law Practice Management Section; and sits on the council of the Federal Practice Section. He is a past chair and sits on the council of the State Bar of Texas Computer Section; and is chair of the Computer Law Committee of the Intellectual Property Law Section. He is a past chair of the Computer Law Committee of the Houston Intellectual Property Law Association.

Subjects: Citators, Features

Features – The Great Citator Debate

The Great Citator Debate By Victoria Szymczak

Victoria Szymczak is Electronic Information Specialist & Adjunct Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School Library. She is primarily responsible for instructional use and collection of electronic materials. Victoria co-teaches an Advanced Legal Research course with her colleague James Murphy, and a Foreign and International Law Research course with her colleague Jean Davis. On July 21, 1999, she will be moderating an exciting session on Canadian and Mexican legal research at the AALL Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Victoria has co-authored two law journal articles and many columns in Law Lines, the newsletter published by the Law Library Association of Greater New York. She received her MS from Pratt Institute in 1995 and a JD/LLM from Duke University School of Law in 1992.

Subjects: Citators, Features

Features – New Shepard’s vs. KeyCite: How Do We Compare?

New Shepard’s v. KeyCite: How Do We Compare? By Tobe Liebert

Tobe Liebert is the Director of Public Services for the Jamail Center for Legal Research, Tarlton Law Library at the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas.

Subjects: Citators, Features

Extras – Shepard’s CD-ROM 3.2 CheatSheet: “The Basics”

Shepard’s CD-ROM 3.2 Cheatsheet “The Basics” By Nanna K. Frye

Nanna K. Frye (J.D. & M.S.L.S.) is currently the Law Librarian for the Court of Appeal, 4th District in San Diego.

Subjects: Citators, Extras
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