Introduction to law librarianship /

"Introduction to Law Librarianship is the first textbook exclusively devoted to law librarianship. This textbook gives us the tools to critically examine and rethink our profession, our work, and how we educate the next generation of law librarians within these imperfect institutions of histori...

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Imprint:Tucson, Arizona : Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, [2021]
Description:1 online resource.
Language:English
Subject:Law libraries -- United States.
Law librarians -- United States.
Law libraries.
Law librarians.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12586893
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Other authors / contributors:Joyner, Zanada editor.
Laskowski, Casandra M. editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on August 5, 2021).
Summary:"Introduction to Law Librarianship is the first textbook exclusively devoted to law librarianship. This textbook gives us the tools to critically examine and rethink our profession, our work, and how we educate the next generation of law librarians within these imperfect institutions of historically unequal access. This textbook will allow us to reach beyond our borders to support the growth of the profession around the world."--
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword / Teresa M. Miguel-Stearns
  • The profession of law librarianship / Aamir Shahnawaz Abdullah, Kaylan Ellis, and Heather J. E. Simmons
  • Diversity & Inclusion (forthcoming)
  • Accessibility / Susan David deMaine
  • Critical legal studies / Jennifer Allison
  • Advocating for the law librarian profession / Paul J. McLaughlin
  • Policy development & strategic planning / Nathan A. Delmar and Theresa K. Tarves
  • Access to justice / Brian R. Huffman
  • Reference work / Annalee Hickman, Janet Kearney, and Kelly M. Leong
  • Technical services / Carol Morgan Collins, Iantha Haight, and Christy L. Smith
  • Access services / Rachel Gordon and Jill A. Sturgeon
  • Collection development / Jacob Sayward
  • Special collections & archives / Erin E. Grimes, Jason LeMay, and Jaime Valenzuela
  • Faculty services / Elizabeth Manriquez, Michelle J. Penn, Thomas "TJ" Striepe, and Kris Turner
  • Student services & engagement / Cheryl Kelly Fischer, Sangeeta Pal, and Alena L. Wolotira
  • Marketing and outreach / Jessica Almeida and Nicole P. Dyszlewski
  • Pedagogy / Dustin Johnston-Green, Rebecca A. Mattson, and Dajiang Nie
  • Public education, programs, & access to justice at the law library / Ryan Metheny
  • Working with the legislature / Alexander B. Burnett and Jessica Lundgren
  • Proficiency in practice: providing essential research skills for new associates / Jaime Klausner and Avery Le
  • Competitive intelligence - breaking it down / Mark Gediman and Juli Stahl
  • Non-legal research for the law firm librarian / Janet Peros and Jayse Sessi
  • Future of law firm librarianship / Cynthia Brown, Ana Ramirez Toft-Nielsen, and Allison C. Reeve Davis
  • Navigating your career goals: government, private & academic law librarianship / Victoria De La Torre, Clanitra Stewart Nejdl, and Marcelo Rodriguez
  • Negotiating salary & benefits / Janeen Williams
  • Balance, burn-out, & mental health / Babak Zarin
  • Professional development / Tina Dumas, Catherine McGuire, and Holly M. Riccio
  • Scholarship / Margaret (Meg) Butler.