Law libraries, Law librarianship, Law librarians
Legal Writing and Research
In this day of upheaval in the library and information world, many law librarians have found ways to reaffirm their value to their parent organizations. They have created and now sustain relationships for their institutions—law schools, law firms, government entities, and other organizations—because they have the common good of the institution in mind and are there to stay. The purpose of this article is to inform, inspire, celebrate, and provide concrete examples for other libraries to follow. Library initiatives can lead to benefits for the institution that are larger than the library itself. They also reinforce the value of the library and especially its librarians.
Germain, Claire M., "Beyond the Expected: Creating and Sustaining Relationships for Your Institutions" (2010). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 40.
AALL Spectrum, vol. 14, no. 5 (March 2010)