By Ana Rosa Ramírez Toft-Nielsen (Follow us on LinkedIn) ChatGPT is all anyone can talk about, so why not write about it some more. The legal profession has seen significant advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) over the years, including the use of ChatGPT. While ChatGPT could change legal writing methods, it is not a substitute forContinue reading “AI Tools in Legal Writing: ChatGPT Enhances, But Does Not Replace, Librarians and Attorneys”
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Happy Birthday to Me!
By Ramon Barajas (Follow us on LinkedIn) April 7 marked yet another trip around the sun for me. As I sit and reflect on some of the highlights and lowlights of the last 52 weeks, I am humbled by the accomplishments and am grateful for the people in my life that have empowered me along theContinue reading “Happy Birthday to Me!”
Preliminary Reflections on Legal Research Instruction: A Law Firm Librarian’s Perceptions on Navigating the Academic Space
By Dominique Garingan (Follow us on LinkedIn) This past fall, I had the life-changing opportunity of teaching my first legal research course. I extend my deepest gratitude to those who made this happen. It was, indeed, an experience that both reinforced and changed many pre-existing notions. Sleep-deficient instances of preparing lectures and assessments in addition toContinue reading “Preliminary Reflections on Legal Research Instruction: A Law Firm Librarian’s Perceptions on Navigating the Academic Space”
Getting to Know the New AALL Latinx Caucus Chair
By Ramon Barajas One of the greatest benefits of volunteering with AALL is the opportunity to meet new and interesting information professionals. I recently had the privilege of meeting up with the new Chair of the AALL Latinx Caucus in person in downtown Los Angeles. He has a lot of energy and charisma. I’m thrilledContinue reading “Getting to Know the New AALL Latinx Caucus Chair”