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Submissions from 2018

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Can They Do That?: The Limits of Governmental Power Over Medical Treatment, Paul Jerome McLaughlin Jr.

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Crafting Relatable Tales: Teaching Students the Importance of Multidisiplinary Legal Research Using a Story Arc Structure, Paul Jerome McLaughlin Jr.

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Using Problem-Enhanced Library Tours Rather than Scavenger Hunts to Teach Incoming 1Ls About Legal Sources and the Research Process, Paul Jerome McLaughlin Jr.

Submissions from 2017

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Finding the Theory and Method for the Pedagogy of Teaching Legal Research: A Response to Callister's "Time to Blossom", Paul Jerome McLaughlin Jr.

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Leveraging Academic Law Libraries to Expand Access to Justice, Paul Jerome McLaughlin Jr.

Submissions from 2016

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Legal and Medical Ethical Entanglements of Infant Male Circumcision and International Law, Paul Jerome McLaughlin Jr.

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An Interview with Yolanda Patrice Jones, Law Librarian, Donna Sokol

Submissions from 2015

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Conveying the Merits of Print Sources to the Google Generation, Paul Jerome McLaughlin Jr.

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Wanting to Do More But Bound to Do Less: A Law Librarian's Dilemma, Paul Jerome McLaughlin Jr.

Submissions from 2013

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Libraries Can Help: Institutional Repositories, Yolanda P. Jones

Submissions from 2011

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Technical Services IS Public Service: Or How I Got Out of the Back Room and Why You Should Too, Linda Barrette

Submissions from 1995

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The Top Fives: An Internet Pathfinder for Law Librarians, Yolanda Patrice Jones