Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Most Recent Issue of the Law Library Journal

The most recent issue of the Law Library Journal is available online. 

It is published by the American Association of Law Libraries.

Among the interesting articles:

  • We Take Judicial Notice: Non-English Terms in Modern U.S. Case Law: "In light of growing linguistic pluralism in the United States, courts increasingly grapple with terms from languages other than English. This article investigates the usage of non English terms in U.S. case opinions since the end of World War II."
  • Law as a Consuming Passion: Food Policies in Law Libraries: "This article discusses two surveys conducted 20 years apart about food and drink policies in U.S. academic law libraries. It compares changes from 2002 to 2022 and identifies recent trends. Using this data, libraries can create  environments that better support legal research and the well-being and specific requirements of their patrons."

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