Category «Legal Marketing»

The Personal Information Trainer

Stuart Basefsky documents how the Personal Information Trainer can become a unique employee benefit written into the employment contract of key individuals deemed to be essential to the success of a firm or institution. This concept is useful to human resource managers, libraries, and the institutions they serve. This article provides the fundamental concepts and constructs necessary to implement such a program with an emphasis on why and how this should be done.

Subjects: Communication Skills, Features, Law Firm Marketing, Law Librarians, Legal Research, Libraries & Librarians, Library Marketing, Presentation Skills

Commentary: Is a J.D. Necessary for Law Librarians?

George Butterfield examines this question within the context of policies that impact law librarians working in academic, government and law firm law libraries, as well as within the context of the respective responsibilities of these professionals.

Subjects: Features, Law Librarians, Legal Marketing

Burney’s Legal Tech Reviews – A Terrific Digital Rolodex and Verizon Broadband Wireless Modem

Brett Burney extols the capabilities of a small, lightweight scanner that offers a convenient way to index, store and access all the business cards you routinely collect. He also recommends a 3G modem card for your laptop that will significantly improve your mobile connectivity.

Subjects: Burney's Legal Tech Reviews, Business Cards, Gadgets, Legal Marketing, Mobile Technology, Telecommuting, WiFi

E-Discovery Update: Perspectives on 2007 New York LegalTech

Conrad J. Jacoby reviews the latest products from new and familiar companies that are offering legal and litigation support technology applications solutions.

Subjects: Case Management, E-Discovery, E-Discovery Update, Internet Trends, Law Firm Marketing, Legal Marketing

Reference From Coast to Coast: Reference Reciprocity Part 2

Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen address the learning opportunities that arise when a research assignment involves unfamiliar issues or areas.

Subjects: Communication Skills, Law Librarians, Libraries & Librarians, Reference Resources, Reference Services

The Tao of Law Librarianship: Do-It-Yourself Professional Development, Part II

Connie Crosby relates the experiences of several colleagues whose career development paths led to opportunities to work in libraries abroad, and on projects that they may not have otherwise considered. Their stories highlight creative ways to develop professional credentials as well as to expand personal horizons.

Subjects: Communication Skills, Law Librarians, Libraries & Librarians, Library Marketing
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