From DOOM Box to Boom Box

By Michael Muehe In July, I attended the AALL conference in Denver, ready to take in new ideas, meet new people, and learn lots of librarianship tips and tricks from colleagues and vendors; but, in the back of my mind, I worried about how much information I would actually end up remembering from it. AsContinue reading “From DOOM Box to Boom Box”

Now, Where Was I? Finding Your Focus as an ADHD Law Librarian

By Michael Muehe “That’s a lot of books, you must like to read,” a stranger said to me while we waited for the bus, pointing to the couple of books I was holding. “I’m a librarian, reading’s a big part of me, I suppose,” I replied lightheartedly. Little did this person know that I hadContinue reading “Now, Where Was I? Finding Your Focus as an ADHD Law Librarian”

Practice Makes Powerful: Experiential Learning in Law Libraries

By Michael Muehe As I near the end of my MS in Library and Information Science program (with just two classes left following the Spring term), I began to reflect on just how fortunate I was to have so many experiences coincide with my studies. I remember being advised early on to “work in asContinue reading “Practice Makes Powerful: Experiential Learning in Law Libraries”

Stranger in a Strange Land: Changing Jurisdictions as a New Law Librarian

By Michael Muehe In August 2021, I accepted a role as a Research Librarian Fellow at the University of San Francisco School of Law, thinking that it would be the perfect position and an opportunity to continue building my librarianship skills while I finished the last four classes of my MSLIS program. For some reason,Continue reading “Stranger in a Strange Land: Changing Jurisdictions as a New Law Librarian”