In How to Manage a Law School Library: Leading Librarians on Updating Resources, Managing Budgets, and Meeting Expectations. 2008. Hazelton, Penny A. “Law Library Director of the Twenty-First Century.” In How to Manage a Law School ...
Author: Roy Balleste
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Law Librarianship in the 21st Century, a text for library and information science courses on law librarianship, introduces students to the rapidly evolving world of law librarianship. With no prior knowledge of the law required, students using this book will find practical answers to such questions as: What is law librarianship? How do you become a law librarian? How does law librarianship interrelate with the legal world? Individual chapters provide a concise treatment of such specialized topics as the history of law librarianship, international law, and government documents. Standard topics are dealt with as they apply to the law library, including collection development, public services, technical processing, administration, technology, and consortia. The textbook also includes an explanation of the common acronyms and special terminology needed to work in a law library. This new edition updates the text throughout and adds two new chapters.
Although their user groups and needs may differ, the above libraries do have one underlining similarity, and that is their collections. Law library collections comprise primary materials (legislation, case law, patents, treaties) and ...
Author: Stuart J. Ferguson
Libraries in the Twenty-First Century brings together library educators and practitioners to provide a scholarly yet accessible overview of library and information management and the challenges that the twenty-first century offers the information profession. The papers in this collection illustrate the changing nature of the library as it evolves into its twenty-first century manifestation. The national libraries of Australia and New Zealand, for instance, have harnessed information and communication technologies to create institutions that are far more national, even democratic, in terms of delivery of service and sheer presence than their print-based predecessors. Aimed at practitioners and students alike, this publication covers specific types of library and information agencies, discusses specific aspects of library and information management and places developments in library and information services in a number of broad contexts: socio-economic, ethico-legal, historical and educational.
“The twenty-firstcentury law library.” Law LibraryJournal 101 (2): 143–156. Estes, Mark. 2007. “Reference services in law firm environments.” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 26 (1–2): 1–2. Gasaway, Laura N., and Michael G. Chiorazzi.
Author: Ellyssa Kroski
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
It is absolutely essential that today’s law librarians are digitally literate and possess an understanding and awareness of recent advancements and trends in information technology as they pertain to the library field. Law Librarianship in the Digital Age offers a one-stop, comprehensive guide to achieving both of those goals.
In the early twenty-first century, all law librarians face an information environment that is moving rapidly from print towards an allelectronic future: a future characterised by a new multiplicity of sources for legal research which ...
Author: Richard A. Danner
Around the world, legal information managers, law librarians and other legal information specialists work in many settings: law schools, private law firms, courts, government, and public law libraries of various types. They are characterized by their expertise in working with legal information in its many forms, and by their work supporting legal professionals, scholars, or students training to become lawyers. In an ever-shrinking world and a time of unprecedented technological change, the work of legal information managers is challenging and exciting, calling on specialized knowledge and skills, regardless of where in the world they practice their profession. Their role within legal systems contributes substantially to the administration of justice and the rule of law. This International Handbook addresses the policy and strategic issues with which legal information managers and law librarians need to engage in the context of the diverse legal environments in which they work. It provides resources, analysis, and considered studies on an international basis for seasoned professionals, those about to enter the field, and anyone interested in the evolution of legal information in the twenty-first century.
Open Access No single issue has dominated discussion of scholarly publishing in the early part of the twenty-first century as much as open access (OA). Much of the discussion has been contentious, pitting librarians, who in general, ...
Author: Susan K. Kendall
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
In Health Sciences Collection Management for the Twenty-First Century, readers learn about best practices and also the big picture and the deeper changes that affect decision making. Chapter contributors and stories about different libraries’ experiences provide unique perspectives to topics and demonstrate the thoughtfulness of today’s health sciences collection management librarians.
librarians' salaries are not as high as those of many practicing attorneys. ... In Law Librarianship for the Twenty-First Century, ed. ... “The Law Librarian of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries: A Figure in Flux.
Author: Karen Sobel
Covering the most common subject specialties and departmental liaison roles found in colleges and universities, this guide is for early- and mid-career librarians looking to move up in their chosen specialty as well as for established academic librarians interested in changing fields or for librarians taking on liaison roles in areas outside their expertise. • Supplies invaluable career advice from experienced professionals on key subjects such as changing fields within librarianship, patterns of scholarly communication in different fields, tenure, and moving up in your chosen field • Provides information far beyond the basics taught in courses on academic librarianship • Offers valuable insights for beginning academic librarians as well as experienced librarians and career-changers • Covers the most commonly found subject specialties in colleges and universities—literature, history, social and behavioral sciences, arts, pure and applied sciences, and business—as well as in academic special libraries for law, health science, music, and government information
Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning 5 (1À2), 67. Rumsey, M., 2007. Foreign, comparative and international law librarianship. Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century. Scarecrow Press, Lanham, MD.
Author: Yemisi Dina
Publisher: Chandos Publishing
In the last two decades, advancement in technology has transformed every aspect of librarianship. Law Librarianship in Academic Law Libraries discusses issues and model practices in academic law libraries. This text will help librarians and library school students understand the operation, resources and facilities that are available in the academic law library. It explains the practices and trends that are widely practiced in different parts of the world. This book describes the expectations of an aspiring professional with an interest in specializing in law librarianship; revealing facts pertaining to management and administration which are not necessarily taught in library schools. The first chapter introduces the history of academic law libraries, and defines law librarianship. The remaining chapters are dedicated to different aspects of law librarianship including the importance of emerging technologies and how they are implemented in the academic law libraries setting, finishing with a concluding chapter on global opportunities available for law librarians. Provides an insight to academic law librarianship practices Practical tips on building a career in academic law librarianship Describes in detail the education and professional development opportunities for academic law librarianship Features customized classification schemes that have been used in academic law libraries
Philippine Group of Law Librarians; the Organization of South African Law Libraries/Organisasie van SuidAfrikaanse ... [76,77] nal, (IALL) Twenty-First Century Roles the annual Directory of Law Teachers published by the AALS.
Author: John D. McDonald
Publisher: CRC Press
The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, comprising of seven volumes, now in its fourth edition, compiles the contributions of major researchers and practitioners and explores the cultural institutions of more than 30 countries. This major reference presents over 550 entries extensively reviewed for accuracy in seven print volumes or online. The new fourth edition, which includes 55 new entires and 60 revised entries, continues to reflect the growing convergence among the disciplines that influence information and the cultural record, with coverage of the latest topics as well as classic articles of historical and theoretical importance.
Law librarianship in the twentyfirst century. ... Working at the law library: a practical guide. In R. Balleste, L. Smith- Bulter, & S. Luna-Lamas (Eds.), Law librarianship in the twenty-first century (pp. 15–44).
Author: Linda Frederiksen
Publisher: Chandos Publishing
Within most libraries in the United States today there is an information professional who has become the ‘go-to’ person for grasping and grappling with copyright questions. While not an attorney, this librarian has developed an awareness and understanding of copyright law, legislation and practice as they relate to a wide variety of library activities. This practical handbook provides a broad overview of copyright librarianship. It is written for information professionals whose area of expertise, specialization or job it is to inform and educate others about the ethical use and best practices surrounding copyrighted materials It is written about the person with solid analytical skills and the ability to adapt and adjust in a rapidly changing environment; someone who can serve as an intermediary between information producers and consumers; someone who is knowledgeable about the law and providing access to information; someone who is well positioned within an organization to answer questions about copyright and provide reliable, accurate, and relevant answers, information, assistance, and guidance when needed. In short: a copyright librarian. Thorough and up-to-date look at an emerging field of specialization within libraries Provides an overview of job opportunities available and how to prepare for these jobs Presents a range of useful current awareness and professional development resources and tools for the new, prospective, and working professional Addresses common misperceptions about copyright librarians
A brief history of law librarianship. In Balleste, R., Luna-Lamas, S., & Smith-Butler, L. (Eds.), Law librarianship in the twenty-first century (pp. 1–13). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. Brock, C.A. (1974). Law libraries and librarians: A ...
Author: Selwyn, Laurie
Publisher: IGI Global
While there are common misconceptions regarding the definition of a public law library, it can be defined as a government mandated library which provides the public with access to legal resources. Largely, public law libraries are instituted by state or federal law. Public Law Librarianship: Objectives, Challenges, and Solutions aims to introduce firsthand knowledge on the funding, organizational structures, and governance related to the public law library. This book includes comprehensive research for current and future public law librarians to provide administrative guidance and professional sources essential for running a public law library.