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”

Return from the “Zoomiverse”: Post-pandemic Teaching in Academic Law Libraries

By Michael Muehe Disoriented, fatigued, uncertain, exhausted. It goes without saying that the last two years shook everything we do: how we work, socialize, learn, and teach. But in turn, compounded by demands for social and racial justice, the pandemic elevated inequity issues and other causes, and also offered a time for pause and reflection,Continue reading “Return from the “Zoomiverse”: Post-pandemic Teaching in Academic 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”