Category «Librarian Resources»

Guide on the Side – Annual Reports: Connecting the Parts with the Whole

Guide on the Side Annual Reports: Connecting the Parts with the Whole By Marie Wallace

They resemble vines with roots in the past and new growth in the future.

Subjects: Guide on the Side, Law Librarians, Writing Skills

Extras – Jumpstart: Writing an Annual Report for a Law Firm Library

Jumpstart: Writing an Annual Report for a Law Firm Library By Cindy L. Chick

(Posted January 1, 1998; Archived February 1, 1998)

Subjects: Extras, Law Library Management

Features – The Value of Benchmarking for Law Librarians

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The Value of Benchmarking for Law Librarians By Annette Gohlke

(Posted January 1, 1998; Archived February 1, 1998)

Subjects: Features, Law Library Management

Features – Knowledge Management : Can it Exist in a Law Office? Part 1

Knowledge Management : Can it Exist in a Law Office? Part I By Nina Platt

Nina Platt is a Librarian

Subjects: Features, Information Management

Extras – Getting out of the Box: The Knowledge Management Opportunity – A Summary/Review of the SLA Videotape

Getting out of the Box: The Knowledge Management Opportunity A Summary/Review of the SLA Videotape By Sue Taylor

Sue Taylor has been a private law librarian since 1977. Sue is the Reference Librarian at the Los Angeles office of Katten Muchin & Zavis.

Subjects: Extras, Information 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

Extras – Hoover’s Online: Affordable, Accurate, Company Information

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.

Subjects: Business Research, Extras

Guide on the Side – The Story of Storyboarding – Part 3: Wayfinding

The Story of Storyboarding – Part 3 Wayfinding

By Marie Wallace

Subjects: Guide on the Side, Law Library Management, Space Planning, Storyboarding

Extras – American Association of Law Libraries Convention Alerts

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Convention – Baltimore Convention Alerts!

Subjects: American Association of Law Libraries, Extras
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