Legal Ethics:

2009, Legal Profession, Legal Research Guides, Librarianship editor

A Legal Research Guide, 2nd Edition
By: Lee F. Peoples

This work, the 48th title in Hein’s Legal Research Guide Series, is divided into three main parts. The first focuses on legal ethics research in the United States. The second part of this book explores the multi-jurisdictional practice of law and its implications for legal ethics research. The final section discusses legal ethics research in light of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 which set new or enhanced standards for all U.S. public company boards, and management and accounting firms. This second edition covers resources for research into ethical rules, aspirational standards, and standards for specific specializations including government attorneys, case law and ethics opinions.

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Guide to State Legislation, Legislative History, and Administrative Materials

2009, AALL Publications Series, Librarianship, State Law editor

7th Edition
By: William H. Manz

Recently awarded the Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographic Award, this edition of title #61 in the AALL Publications Series brings together the major print and electronic sources of administrative and legislative information, including bills, codes, regulations, attorney general opinions, executive orders, and administrative orders and decisions. Manz’s work covers the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and all U.S. commonwealths and territories, and includes a list of documents available online. This is an excellent starting point in identifying the best web sites to further one’s research; factors which make this publication a staple in all law libraries.

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World Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations

2009, Legal Profession, Librarianship editor

General Editors: Igor I. Kavass & Mary Miles Prince

The World Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations is the most comprehensive source for discovering the meaning of legal abbreviations worldwide, enabling researchers of foreign laws and legal literature to ascertain the meaning of various abbreviations and acronyms. As the world shrinks and the practice of law becomes even more “globalized,” it is important to be able to quickly locate the meaning of many abbreviations researchers encounter. This unique reference work is invaluable to the foreign or international law scholar.
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Bibliography of American Law School Casebooks

2008, 2009, Bibliography, Legal Education, Librarianship editor

1870-2004
By Douglas W. Lind

This book from Hein is the first ever topical arrangement of all law school casebooks published. It includes more than 6,100 entries by nearly 3,000 authors. This bibliography presents a comprehensive list of those casebooks intended for use in law schools published in the United States from their inception in 1870 through 2004.

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Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2006

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Guide to State Legislation, Legislative History, and Administrative Materials

2009, AALL Publications Series, Librarianship, State Law editor

7th Edition

By: William H. Manz

Recently awarded the 2009 Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award, this edition of title #61 in the AALL Publication Series brings together the major print and electronic sources of administrative and legislative information, including bills, codes, regulations, attorney general opinions, executive orders, and administrative orders and decisions. Manz’s work covers the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and all U.S. commonwealths and territories, and includes a list of documents available online. This is an excellent starting point in identifying the best web sites to further one’s research; factors which make this publication a staple in all law libraries.

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AALL Reference Book

2009, Librarianship editor

A Compendium of Facts, Figures, and Historical Information About the American Association of Law Libraries
Compiled by: Frank G. Houdek

This unique publication brings together, in one handy book, a myriad of facts on the history of the American Association of Law Libraries. The work is divided into ten sections providing valuable historical data under the following categories: History and Foundations; Officers and Executive Boards; Committees; Special Interest Sections; Chapters; Annual Meetings/Educational Programs; Publications; Awards Programs; AALL Leaders Index; AALL Selected Bibliography. All members of AALL will find this unique guide invaluable.

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Disaster Preparedness Manual

2009, Librarianship editor

2009 Revision
By: Robert Genovese

This unique work serves as an excellent model for any administrator responsible for policy development with respect to the handling of emergencies and natural disasters, especially in a library setting. The manual is divided into two major sections, the first of which covers emergency procedures and the immediate actions that should to be taken in the event of disaster in order to ensure people’s safety, and the second of which discusses salvage procedures and recovering from disaster.

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Practicing Reference

2009, AALL Publications Series, Librarianship editor

Thoughts for Librarians and Legal Researchers
By: Mary Whisner

Author and reference librarian Mary Whisner offers a collection of her most popular essays, originally published in her “Practicing Reference” column in the Law Library Journal between 1999 and 2005. This work is packed with useful advice for legal researchers, librarians and students. Whisner’s essays have been updated where applicable and the work is divided into three categories: Part One – The Reference Interaction; Part Two – Developing, Growing, and Coping as a Reference Librarian; and Part Three – Research Techniques and Sources. In the 27 chapters, Whisner offers sage advice to readers. This work will be a valuable asset to all researchers on all skill levels.

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Survey on Law Library Liaison Services

2008, Librarianship editor

By: Matthew J. Wright

This brief examines the use of liaison services in academic law libraries. Very little has been written about the use of faculty liaison services, yet one sees it listed as a job requirement on many job postings to law-lib and other listservs. This survey is an attempt to elicit more information on how law schools are using liaison services. Survey on Law Library Liaison Services is an excellent addition to your library’s resource holdings!

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Published:Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2007

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A Guide to State Legislation, Legislative History, and Administrative Materials

2008, AALL Publications Series, Librarianship, State Law editor

7th Edition
By: William H. Manz

Since the last edition, Guide to State Legislative and Administrative Materials2002 Edition, the explosion of electronically available information has radically altered the legal publishing world. This Seventh Edition of title #61 in the AALL Publication Series brings together the major print and electronic sources of administrative and legislative information, including bills, codes, regulations, attorney general opinions, executive orders, and administrative orders and decisions. This work is an excellent starting point in identifying the best web sites to further one’s research.

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