Sexual Orientation, Gender Identities, and the Law: A Research Bibliography 2006-2016

AALL Publications Series, New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

This new book is an excellent and unique bibliographic resource for librarians, students, and researchers. Containing more than 950 entries, this title and its predecessor titles cover more than 40 years of historical and current analyses of LGBTQ-related scholarship. Revolutionary voices collaborate to provide an expert overview of this complicated and evolving topic.

About This Title

Sexual Orientation, Gender Identities, and the Law: A Research Bibliography, 2006-2016 is the third published iteration of an ongoing commitment by the Standing Committee on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

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Right to Be Forgotten: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

  • First and only resource of its kind!
  • Concisely and clearly explains the brand-new legal concept of the right to be ‘erased’
  • Practical guide for lawyers, students, and tech companies
  • Locate essential primary and secondary sources on this emerging global topic

About This Title

The “right to be forgotten” is a brand-new legal concept. Also known as the right to erasure or to be delisted, the right to be forgotten came into legal existence when the European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down its decision on May 13,

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Celebrating Diversity: A Legacy of Minority Leadership in the American Association of Law Libraries, Second Edition

AALL Publications Series, New Book, New Edition Lauren Mattiuzzo

  • Learn about the history of ethnic diversity within AALL and the essential role of minority law librarians in organizations and democratic society
  • Read first-hand about honorees’ journey to law librarianship—new edition includes updates and 23 new honoree profiles!
  • Perfect for future law librarians and all AALL members

About This Title

This new edition of Celebrating Diversity: A Legacy of Minority Leadership in the American Association of Law Libraries builds upon the first edition by providing updated information and new insights into diversity in law librarianship.

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Nonprofit Organizations Law: A Legal Research Guide

Hein Cites, Legal Research Guides, New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

  • Only resource of its kind!
  • Provides an essential bibliography of primary and secondary sources on this
    growing topic
  • Perfect for lawyers, law students, librarians, and nonprofit organization researchers
  • Includes up-to-date information on all aspects of nonprofit sector, including
    federal tax legislation
  • Convenient, comprehensive and concise—easy to use for researchers

About This Title

The nonprofit sector of American society continues to be an increasingly important part of the United States economy,

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Millennial Leadership in Libraries

Librarianship, New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

This new book is perfect for library administrators of all generations—it’s the first and only resource of its kind! It also serves as an informative guide for new Millennial librarians. Learn about the impact of the generational shift in libraries involving budget, staffing, and collections. This book includes contributions from nearly 30 librarians!

About Millennial Leadership in Libraries

It is not only important for Millennial librarians to have a base of literature from which they can draw information, guidance, or inspiration, it is also important for librarians from other generations to understand what Millennial librarians have to offer and how their entry into library leadership will affect the profession.

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Environmental Law: A Legal Research Guide

Hein Cites, New Book Kaylyn Zurawski

  • Essential and unique research guide for librarians, professors, practitioners and anyone with an interest in environmental issues
  • Helps researchers locate primary and secondary sources on major environmental acts, statutes, regulations, and case law
  • Directs readers to free and subscription-based online resources on this important and timely topic 
  • Provides history of national and global environmental laws

About This Title

This title is a research guide for librarians, practitioners, professors, and anyone whose research interests involve environmental law.

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Little Book on Oral Argument, Second Edition

Hein Cites, New Book Kaylyn Zurawski


  • Easy-to-read concise guide for presenting oral arguments
  • Learn how to persuade a court and master the art of improvising and making last-minute judgment calls 
  • New edition updates language and technical advances from the past two decades
  • Perfect for law students and new lawyers!

About This Title

The Little Book on Oral Argument, Second Edition by Alan Dworsky is a reader-friendly guide to oral argument for law students and new lawyers,

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Recommended Publications for Legal Research, 2017 Volume

New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

Save hours of collection development time with this easy-to-use and well-established tool. The new compiler, Patricia Roncevich, is a librarianship expert with years of experience! All the titles in this publication are classified by subject and ranked to help determine the most essential resources for your library.

About Recommended Publications for Legal Research

For nearly 40 years, this annual publication has been providing guidance to law librarians to assist them in developing collections that support the curriculum and research needs of their users. The volume for each year contains a subject index,

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Kavass’s Guide to the United States Treaties in Force, 2017 Edition

New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

The United States has the most complete and efficient system for documentation of treaty law of any country in the world. Every year, the United States Department of State compiles an annual list of all bilateral and multilateral treaty agreements that are considered to be in force, in whole or in part, for the United States. This compilation, known as Treaties in Force, consists of two lists: one contains bilateral agreements arranged by country and then by subject, and the other contains multilateral agreements arranged by subject.

Kavass’s Guide to United States Treaties in Force provides access to currently operative bilateral and multilateral agreements of the United States from a variety of perspectives.

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The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition Compendium (1960-2017): Subject Indexes and Finding Aids, 2nd Edition

New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

Is your school competing in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition? Don’t let your team lag behind—use this incredible and updated compilation to quickly find key information in past Jessup competition volumes.

  • Must-have guide for Jessup competition teams
  • Easy-to-follow indices now include nearly 60 years of information and cover more than 50 volumes of materials
  • References timely issues in international law
  • Perfect for students, faculty, and legal professionals!

About This Title

The Philip C.

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