NEW BOOK: Organizational Structures of Academic Law Libraries: Past, Present, and Future

AALL Publications Series, Law Libraries, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • Contains 18 comprehensive case studies of different academic law library structures
  • Explores the spectrum of library models from autonomous to semiautonomous
  • The only comprehensive resource available on this essential subject
  • A vital resource for law school deans, provosts, law librarians, and university librarians

About This Title

There’s no denying that academic law libraries are a vital part of the legal profession. Since 1928, law schools have been required to have a library located in a building occupied by the law school. Traditionally, these libraries were characterized by direct reporting to the law school dean,

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NEW BOOK: Henke’s California Law Guide, 9th Edition

New Book, New Edition, State Law Breanne Callahan

50th Anniversary Edition!

  • An essential resource for anyone conducting California legal research, covering traditional and lesser-known areas of the law
  • Contributors include over a dozen California legal experts to ensure comprehensive coverage
  • Provides historical and current perspectives on legal resources
  • Contains 16 years’ worth of updates!

New to the 9th Edition

With this latest edition to Henke’s California Law Guide, readers will find:

  • Each chapter has been completely revised
  • Contributions from several experts in California law
  • New chapters,

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NEW BOOK: 1000 Days to the Bar, But the Practice of Law Begins Now! 3rd Edition

1000 Days to the Bar, Legal Education, New Book, New Edition Breanne Callahan


A proven resource for achieving your personal best in law school and passing the bar on your first attempt.

Now with a new FAQ section!

Provides concrete instructions to develop skills such as:

  • Reading and briefing court opinions
  • Transforming class notes into course outlines and flow charts
  • Committing essential elements of the law to memory
  • Engaging in high-scoring legal analysis on law school exams
  • Managing scarce time and creating a personal Flexible Time Allocation Chart

A novel approach to the study of law,

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Author Spotlight: Michelle Wu

AALL Publications Series, Author's Spotlight, Book Sale, Copyright Breanne Callahan

Check out our recent Q&A with author Michelle Wu as we discuss her title Rebalancing Copyright: Considering Technology’s Impact on Libraries and the Public Interest.

Order this title by March 1, 2023 and save $10.00!

About the Author

Michelle M. Wu is a retired law library director, associate dean and professor of law, having worked at The George Washington University, the University of Houston, Hofstra University, and Georgetown law schools in the 25 years prior to leaving academia.

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Author Spotlight: Ashley Krenelka Chase

Author's Spotlight, Book Sale, Law Libraries, Librarianship Breanne Callahan

Join us for a Q&A with best selling author Ashley Krenelka Chase as we discuss her title Millennial Leadership in Law Schools: Essays on Disruption, Innovation, and the Future.

Order this title by February 1, 2023 and save $10.00!

About the Author

Ashley Krenelka Chase is currently an Assistant Professor of Law at Stetson University College of Law, where she teaches legal research and writing. Previously, Ashley was the associate director of the Dolly &

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NEW BOOK: The Role of Citation in the Law: A Yale Law School Symposium

AALL Publications Series, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • Chiorazzi champions librarian scholarship in this first publication of its kind
  • Includes first-rate scholarship from 20+ authors including law school librarians and faculty nationwide
  • Perfect for academic law librarians, law school faculty members, and members of the AALL and AALS

About This Title

This one-of-a-kind publication contains papers presented at Yale Law School’s Virtual Symposium on Citation and the Law, held April 22-23, 2021, which highlighted the scholarship of law librarians and faculty interested in issues ranging from the U.S. News and World Reports rankings for scholarly productivity,

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NEW BOOK: The Bald Eagle and Its Legacy: An Encyclopedia of a High-Flying American Icon in U.S. History: Nature, Law, and Culture

New Book Breanne Callahan

  • The only comprehensive source detailing the role of the bald eagle in American history and iconography
  • Written in plain language for researchers of any level to understand
  • Arranged in an alphabetical index of more than 200 entries, as well as a topical index of 16 terms, which cross-reference one another
  • Also contains an extensive bibliography of more than 500 entries, featuring articles, books, court cases, and teacher’s resources
  • Provides a detailed timeline of the bald eagle’s progression as an icon from 1492-2022
  • Addresses several myths that surround the bald eagle
  • Authored by an expert in American symbolism

About This Title

This book presents numerous A to Z entries about the bald eagle and its place in American culture.

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NEW BOOK: Landmark Indian Law Cases, Second Edition

AALL Publications Series, New Book Lauren Zazzara

  • Includes 5 new landmark cases and 20 years of updates since the previous edition
  • All 50+ cases are categorized under one or more relevant subject heading(s) and include West Headnotes
  • This new edition now identifies the significance of each case via individual case summaries
  • Features fundamental cases such as McGirt v. Oklahoma, Talton v. Mayes, Worcester v. Georgia, and many more
  • A must-have title for anyone researching federal Indigenous law

About This Title

Landmark Indian Law Cases focuses on a core set of Indigenous law cases from the U.S.

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NEW BOOK: Supreme Quotes: Surprising Quotations in Supreme Court Opinions

New Book Breanne Callahan

In 2008, when 60 Minutes’ Leslie Stahl interviewed Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, she asked why his judicial opinions often included quotations from history, literature, and popular culture. Justice Scalia answered: “It makes the opinion interesting, which might induce somebody to read it.”

  • First reference book to highlight how frequently Supreme Court Justices use surprising quotations to enhance their opinions
  • Among the quoted are satirists, actors, playwrights, politicians, musicians, poets, and more
  • Contextual summaries to illustrate how each quote was used to crystallize an important legal point
  • Each case involves a matter of great public importance,

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Appeals to the Privy Council from the American Colonies: An Annotated Digital Catalogue: Parts 1 & 2

Ames Foundation Breanne Callahan


Appeals to the Privy Council from the American Colonies: An Annotated Digital Catalogue

Ames Foundation Publication Series, published under the literary directorship of Mary Sarah Bilder.

About Parts 1 and 2

This two-part print catalogue lists all currently known colonial cases appealed to the Privy Council from the 13 colonies that became the United States, and from the British Caribbean and Canadian colonies to 1783, with links to related documents. The accompanying digital catalogue provides links to the source material.

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