Notes from the Technology Trenches – April, 1998

Notes from the Technology Trenches

By Elizabeth H. Klampert

Elizabeth H. Klampert is the Director of Library Services for the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Ms. Klampert was formerly a litigator for five years, specializing in professional liability litigation. Before attending law school, she was a corporate librarian for twelve years, holding management positions in libraries in a number of large organizations, including Rainier National Bank in Seattle, Deloitte & Touche, and Merrill Lynch, both in New York. She received both her BA in English and MLS from the University of Washington in Seattle. She received her JD at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York.

Subjects: Notes from the Technology Trenches

Extras – Versuslaw Review

Versuslaw Review By Bryan M. Carson

Bryan Carson is Bryan M. Carson is the Reference and Computer Services Librarian at Hamline University School of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Bryan received his J.D. from the University of Toledo, and his Master’s in Information and Library Studies from the University of Michigan. Bryan is the author of “Finding Resources in Philosophy and Ethics,” in Carson and Carson, Mindsearch (Big Rapids, MI: Ferris State University, 1993). An updated version is available at http://www.hamline.edu/~bmcarson/philos.html/ He is also the author of “Librarians need certification and licensing,” in AALL Spectrum, June 1997.

Subjects: Extras, Online Legal Research Services

Extras – Cataloging Tips: Doin’ the Publisher Shuffle

Cataloging Tips: Doin’ the Publisher Shuffle By Joni Lynn Cassidy President, Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc.

Joni Lynn Cassidy is President/Co-owner/Founder of Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc., a small quality-driven company providing contract cataloguing and technical services to law firm, bar association, corporate and special libraries throughout the U.S. and Europe. She founded Cassidy Cataloguing in 1985 and was joined full-time by her “computer wiz” husband, Michael, in 1988. A professional and support staff of 12 serves 75 libraries. Recent projects include the reclassification of the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Law School to Library of Congress classification.

Subjects: Cataloging, Extras