Richard Leiter

Law Librarian Conversations


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Richard Leiter and co-hosts Roger Skalbeck and Marcia Dority-Baker explore all issues of concern to law libraries, law librarians, legal bibliography and the profession.

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As the numbers of print titles continues to decline law libraries, libraries must address the question of how to re-structure technical services departments' staffs to meet the needs of largely non-print libraries. The names of departments... more

This month we'll talk with Professors Penny Hazelton and Mike Chiorazzi about law librarianship as a career and about law library education. NOTE to new listeners: For this episode, I used a new microphone set up and it picked up lots... more

The PLL Board will discuss the challenges facing today's firm librarians. Among those challenges, we'll discuss whether the term "librarian" is still a good label for what information professionals do in their firms.

Our panel will welcome Elmer Masters from CALI to discuss tech training of law students. We'll also discuss the recent spate of retirements in the law library world, the Edicts of Government Amendment and, talk generally about new... more

Today's topic include Thomson Reuters' recent announcements regarding business emphases, FreeLaw developments & metada, Google+ and much more. Special Guests, Jean O'Grady (Library Director at DLA Piper) & Elmer Masters... more

The panel will be discussing news and issues of general interest to law libraries: Fall conferences and activities, PLL-Summit, UELMA, vendor developments.

Guests Jeremy Sullivan, Jean O'Grady and Joan Axelroth will join me to discuss the upcoming PLL-Summit and all things PLL.

Lou Andreozzi, Chairman of Bloomberg Law will be a special guest on the podcast and will briefly discuss the BNA acquisition and integration with BLAW. Michelle Pearse, Ben Keele & Valeri Craigle will also join our panel to discuss... more

Our panel will review developments in legal bibliography and law librarianship in 2011 and prognosticate about what to expect in 2012.
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