Nina Platt is a Librarian at the Minnesota Office of the Attorney General. She also worked as Manager of Technical Services at the Dorsey & Whitney Law Firm in Minneapolis. To date, she has spent 14 years in law libraries. Nina also compiled and maintains the Piper State Court Directory, a directory of state appellate court decisions on the Web.
Special Libraries Association: Best of the Web June 11, 1997 – Seattle, Washington
A First-Timer at SLA – “Change as Opportunity” By Cindy L. Chick
The Story of Storyboarding – Part 2 Displayed Thinking
By Marie Wallace
The Story of Storyboarding – Part 1 The Law Library as a Motion Picture
By Marie Wallace
A Comparison of SEC Filing Sources By Robert Oaks Latham & Watkins, Washington, D.C.
Robert Oaks is Information Services
“Toto, I Don’t Think We’re in Kansas Anymore…” or Surviving the Insourcing Challenge By Anna Lankford
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.
To Catch a Client, Or the Competition
By Genie Tyburski
(Posted January 16, 1997; Archived February 14, 1997)
Virtual Libraries: Myth and Reality By Sabrina I. Pacifici (Posted January 3, 1997; Archived February 14, 1997)