Category Archives: online resources

Exciting News about the LLNE Legal Research Instruction Program

By Ellen Phillips, LLNE Education Committee Co-Chair Each Spring LLNE offers a six-week legal research instruction program for librarians in the New England area who would like to learn about law librarianship. For many years, this unique course has been … Continue reading

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Legal Tech: Firefox Hello

By Carli Spina These days, our patrons are always on the move. Whether this means a lawyer who is traveling for a client or a law student who is studying abroad, law librarians increasingly are faced with providing high quality … Continue reading

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LLNE Legal Link Launches!

By the LLNE Service Committee The Service Committee is proud to announce that LLNE Legal Link, our legal research web portal, is now live and you can access it here and from the LLNE homepage. We will be debuting the … Continue reading

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Theory into Practice: CALI Author

by Brian Flaherty In my inaugural “Theory into practice” column, I talked about taking some of the great things I took away from the AALL conference in San Antonio, and putting them into practice in my Advanced Legal Research class … Continue reading

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SEOmoz.org’s Web 2.0 Winners have been announced. See the chart of winners at http://www.seomoz.org/web2.0/short. There are a lot of great tools I use listed, like furl, and I see lots of neat things I want to try out. If you … Continue reading

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AALL Report on State Online Documents

AALL has published a STATE-BY- STATE REPORT ON AUTHENTICATION OF ONLINE LEGAL RESOURCES. This report found that A significant number of the state online legal resources are official but none are authenticated or afford ready authentication by standard methods. State … Continue reading

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