News & Events
Professor Nevelow Mart's recent study on how algorithims in online legal research databases can deliver different and unexpected results. The review was published in the Illinois Bar Journal.
Georgia Briscoe retired from the University of Colorado Law Library in January after 27 years of service to the law library and 45 years of service to the profession. She served the law library and law school with distiction, managing the law library's collection and providing access to its materials. She will be missed.
Professor Joan Policastri recently attended the annual conference of the International Association of Law Librarians in Luxembourg. During the conference, she had the opportunity to review the presentation of Dr. Lily Martinet of the Max Planck Institute who spoke on the topic of Traditional Cultural Expression (TCE). Her complete review is posted on the IALL's website.
Connie Fields won the law school's Get It Done Award for diligently cataloging and classifying over 600 HeinOnline electronic serials bib records over the past several months while continuing to keep up with her other job duties. She received the award at the law school holiday party in December. Congratulations, Connie!
Congratulations to Karen Selden on her election the Executive Board of the American Association of Law Libraries! The American Association of Law Libraries is the national professional association for law librarians and legal information professionals. Close to 1,200 AALL members participated in the election. Karen will serve a 3 year term, starting in July of 2018 and running until 2021. Her duties will involve working with the other 10 members of the Board to determine policy and strategic direction for AALL. Way to go, Karen! You make us proud.