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The Law School Librarian’s Role as an Educator: Leading Librarians on Adapting to New Technologies, Maximizing Research Skills, and Helping Students Transition from Law School to Law Firm

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Brand: Aspatore
Copyright: 2008
ISBN: 9780314194794
Service #: 40753602
Pages: 184
Shelf Space: 2 in.

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The Law School Librarian’s Role as an Educator: Leading Librarians on Adapting to New Technologies, Maximizing Research Skills, and Helping Students Transition from Law School to Law Firm

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This product provides strategies for teaching legal research skills and fostering the transition from law school to law firm. Topics include maximizing legal research, evaluating library resources, managing staff, and meeting law school expectations. Advice is given on harnessing student/faculty relationships, navigating new legal materials, managing the library budget, and monitoring student progress. This book also discusses addressing challenges, responding to change, and implementing new technologies.