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Introduction to Law Librarianship

Introduction to Law Librarianship 2021 – University of Georgia School of Law Digital Commons @ Georgia Law. Georg- Zanada Joyner, University of North Carolina School of Law; Cassandra Laskowski, University of Arixona; Heather Simmons, University of Georgia School of Law Library; Thomas J. Striepe, University of Georgia School of Law.

Download complete text 388 pages PDF – “This title was edited by Zanada Joyner and Cas Laskowski with a forward by Teresa M. Miguel-Stearns. There are more than fifty co-authors spanning the 28 chapters of this text; two of those authors are faculty members at the University of Georgia School of Law: Heather Simmons and TJ Striepe. Excerpt from forward: “Written and edited by expert practitioners, this tome reframes traditional approaches to law librarianship while expounding on emerging theories and themes permeating society and education, demanding incorporation into the library science curriculum. We also have an opportunity with this open-access e-textbook to reach beyond our borders. Librarianship is one of the oldest professions in the world. Well before universities, law firms, and courts of law were established, libraries flourished, and librarians were the keepers of knowledge. Librarians have built collections, shared resources, and supported research for hundreds, if not thousands, of years.”

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