Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Me and My Law Librarian Friends But Were Afraid to Ask: Zanada Joyner

By Shira Megerman In the second post of “Everything you always wanted to know about me and my law librarian friends but were afraid to ask,” I spoke with Zanada Joyner, Senior Reference Librarian at NC Central University School of Law, and Notes Between Us contributor, on how she became a law librarian.  1. WhatContinue reading “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Me and My Law Librarian Friends But Were Afraid to Ask: Zanada Joyner”

One Year in Tucson: Teaching and Healing

By Marcelo Rodríguez February 2022 meant that I have been at the University of Arizona’s College of Law Library in Tucson for one whole year. Although the pandemic has rendered the passing of time a mere illusion (more than usual!), I still think it’s a good moment to attempt to answer at least one ofContinue reading “One Year in Tucson: Teaching and Healing”

Reclaiming Our History – Access to Colonial and Historical Archives

By Aesha Duval On March 31, 1917, the Danish West Indies, an archipelago in the Caribbean – consisting of St. Croix, St. Thomas and St. John — were transferred from Denmark to the United States of America and were renamed the Virgin Islands of the United States. Two actions in the years following the transferContinue reading “Reclaiming Our History – Access to Colonial and Historical Archives”

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”

Diving Deep into Docket Reports

Expounding on the notion of using a word cloud and concordance on docket entries by examining Thomas Reuters Enterprise et al v. ROSS Intelligence Inc. (C.A. No. 20-613-LPS). By Aamir Abdullah As previously noted, docket reports may provide a decent snapshot for a given legal case. However, to gleam a view of that snapshot, the inquirerContinue reading “Diving Deep into Docket Reports”