Law schools throughout the United States are considering strategies to embed the concepts of antiracism, diversity, equity, and inclusion into legal education. How does the work of their law libraries intersect with this effort? One potential point of intersection is through law library collection develpment. This article offers an overview of strategies to both curate and bolster representation of diverse voices in an academic law library collection using the theories of critical legal information literacy and epistemic injustice.
Nicholas Norton, "Critical Collections: Bringing A Critical Eye to Law Library Collection Development," Legal Reference Services Quarterly (2023)
Published online in Legal Reference Services Quarterly, April 10, 2023.