ChatGPT and Law Librarians – Potential and Peril

By Jennifer Mendez (Follow us on LinkedIn) In the May/June 2022 issue of AALL Spectrum, I had the honor of co-authoring an article titled, Innovation Is Changing the Role of Law Librarians—And They’re Ready for It. In that article, my coauthors, G. Patrick Flanagan and Jill L. Kilgore, and I argued that, “Because law librarians areContinue reading “ChatGPT and Law Librarians – Potential and Peril”

Latinx Heritage Month

By Jennifer Mendez What is Latinx (or Hispanic) Heritage Month? Each year, Americans observe National Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The observance started in 1968 as Hispanic HeritageContinue reading “Latinx Heritage Month”

From Invisible to Invaluable: Get Seen, Get Heard, Get Ahead

By Jennifer Mendez I recently attended the ARK Law Firm Libraries 2022 conference in New York City, and I was blown away by the keynote delivered by Robyn Hatcher on the first day of the conference. On her website, Robyn describes herself as a communication expert, international keynote speaker, coach, author, and consultant. She tapsContinue reading “From Invisible to Invaluable: Get Seen, Get Heard, Get Ahead”