Category «Law Library Management»

Extras – The Library of the New Millennium – The Virtual Possibilities

The Library of the New Millennium – The Virtual Possibilities By Cindy L. Chick Presentation at the Orange County Bar Assn./Association of Legal Administrators’ OC Tech 8: Legal Technology Symposium and Trade Show October 23, 1998, Costa Mesa Click here for Powerpoint Presentation

(Posted November 18, 1998; Archived December 15, 1998)

Subjects: Extras, Law Library Management, Virtual Library

Features – Building Bridges Between Law Firm Managers: Technology is the Key

Building Bridges Between Law Firm Managers: Technology is the Key By Linda Sedloff Orton

Linda Sedloff Orton is President of Intelligent Marketing Solutions, Inc. She is also President of the New York Metropolitan Chapter of NALMA (Marketing Association). Linda is a marketing consultant and recruits and places marketing professionals in professional service firms. She has worked in New York and London for top law firms as the first marketing director for four firms, a recruitment manager and initially as a litigation paralegal and case manager. She has a B.A. from the University of Chicago.

Subjects: Features, Law Library Management

Extras – The Law Library Downsizing Dilemma: One Librarians Perspective

The Law Library Downsizing Dilemma: One Librarians Perspective By Barbara Silbersack

Barbara Silbersack has been librarian for the Cincinnati office of Thompson, Hine and Flory since 1984. She received her Master’s in Library Science from Indiana University in 1991. Active for years in the Special Libraries Association (SLA), she was most recently Chair of the Legal Division. Barbara is also a frequent writer and speaker on various law library issues.

Subjects: Extras, Law Library Management

Features – Significance of Law Library Value-Added Services in the 1990’s Law Firm

Significance of Law Library Value-Added Services in the 1990’s Law Firm By Lorna Casey-Cohen

Lorna Casey-Cohen has been librarian at the law firm of Fort & Schlefer, L.L.P. since June 1990. Previously, Mrs. Cohen held various positions at the George Washington University, Jacob Burns Law Library, including Head of the Serials Department and Head of the Reference Department. Mrs. Cohen has written several articles pertaining to law librarianship. She received her A.B. from University of California at Berkeley in 1975 and her M.L.S. at U.C.L.A. Graduate School of Library and Information Science in 1978.

Subjects: Features, Law Library Management
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