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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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A special panel of guests will be on hand to discuss the future of libraries from many different angles. John Palfrey, Ken Hirsh, Sarah Glassmeyer, Greg Lambert, Elizabeth Farrell, and others will take the conversation wherever it will go....... more

Panelists AALL President Joyce Janto, AALL Vendor Liaison Margi Maes, law librarian blogger extraordinaire Greg Lambert, and Cincinnati/Hamilton County Law Library Director and CRIV member Mary Jenkins will discuss... more

Greg Lambert, Ken Hirsch and Mark Estes are special guests for a discussion of WestlawNext. Keith Ann Stieverson calls in for a discussion of the Draft NCCUSL Authentication and Preservation of State Electronic Legal Materials Act. Margie... more

We'll discuss the development and impact of the Durham Statement with two of the statement's champions, John Palfrey and Dick Danner.

Bob Berring, Connie Crosby, Roger Skalbeck, Marcia Dority Baker and Richard Leiter discuss some of the important issues of the day.

Connie Crosby, Marcia Dority Baker, Tracy Thompson Pryzluki, Roger Skalbeck and I will discuss this year's developments in the world of legal bibliography and law libraries - we'll also look ahead and try to forecast what to expect next year.

This month we'll discuss Google Scholar's new Legal Opinions and Journals, xyggy.com and more.
Richard Leiter

Reflections on the Interview with Carl Malamud at The Life of Books

  • by Richard Leiter
Check out "The Life of Books" blog for reflections about episodes and chat-room transcripts: http://tinyurl.com/yll48vu.

Carl Malamud, of Public.Resource.org will be our guest. We'll discuss Law.Gov and other digital preservation and open access issues.

We'll discuss how to use, and why we should or shouldn't use in libraries Twitter, Facebook, Martindale-Hubbell Connect, WorldCat.org, Plurk, and all the other social media tools.
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