RIPS Law Librarian Blog

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Law school librarian bloggers post on their experiences with and ideas about teaching law students how to conduct legal research.

Author: Catherine Deane is the reference librarian and an adjunct professor of law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law; Jennifer Prilliman is a reference librarian at Oklahoma City University School of Law; Jennifer Wondracek is the instructional services reference librarian at the University of Florida's law school; Kevin Baggett is circulation librarian at Louisiana State University; and Jason S. Rowards is the electronic resources librarian and lecturer in law at Vanderbilt University Law School,

Related Categories: Law Libraries | Law Professor | Librarian | Thomas Jefferson School of Law | University of Florida, Levin College of Law | Louisiana State University | Oklahoma City University | Vanderbilt University | Legal Research and Writing

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