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Sarah Gotschall has been a reference librarian and professor of practice at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Library since 2005. She teaches Introductory Legal Research and Administrative Law Research courses. After graduating from law school in 1995 she practiced law for two years before working in the customer support department of LexisNexis. Sarah received her B.A. from Rhodes College, J.D. from Emory University School of Law, and M.L.I.S. from Kent State University School of Information.

An Exploration of WikiLeaks: What has Taken Me So Long!

Sarah Gotschall explored WikiLeaks for a few hours and identified effective ways to search the site that include an efficient advanced search engine and search operators to target your research even further. She includes example of her searches and the results.

Subjects: Competitive Intelligence, Email, KM, News Resources, Search Engines, Wiki

Ravel Law Visualization Tools First Coming to Shepard’s Results

In anticipation of the incorporation of Ravel Law visualization technology into an upcoming iteration of LexisAdvance, Reference Librarian and Professor Sarah Gotcshall shows us examples of how Ravel Law and Shepard’s graphical view work now.

Subjects: Citators, Legal Research, Legal Technology, LEXIS, Technology Trends
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