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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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: Academic Law Libraries Within the Changing Landscape of Legal Education: A Primer for Deans and Provosts

AALL Publications Series, Law Libraries, Librarianship, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A must-have resource to streamline communication among new and seasoned law school deans, library directors, and provosts
  • Identifies the most common questions that provosts and deans have about their law libraries
  • Explores the analytical steps and data points librarians use to answer these questions
  • Provides a practical application of the analytical steps and data stores on an actual library

About This Title

In a world where technology advances appear daily, deans and provosts often have questions about law libraries, their purposes, and whether technological innovations should lead to changes in library spaces,

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Author’s Spotlight: Steve Margeton

Author's Spotlight, Law Libraries Ben Boron

About Steve Margeton

Steve Margeton is Professor Emeritus at the Columbus School of Law of the Catholic University of America. Margeton received his undergraduate degree from Mount St. Mary’s College, now University, in Maryland, a law degree from George Washington University, and his Master of Science in Library Science from The Catholic University of America. In addition to his library, teaching and writing responsibilities, he has served on various American Bar Association panels and site inspection teams and as a consultant on library planning.

Currently, Margeton is researching the 120-year history of the Columbus School of Law with an eye toward a future publication.

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