Law Librarian Blog is written by Mark Giangrande, who was a Reference Librarian and Lecturer in Law at DePaul University Law Library until he retired in June of 2017 after four decades in the profession, and Joe Hodnicki, Law Library Director, Butler County Law Library (OH) and Chief Administrator for the Butler County Law Library Resources Board. He has worked in BigLaw firm libraries and academic law libraries since 1978. He is also the co-founder of the Law Professor Blogs Network.
- Tech Advances Cause BigLaw Firm to Offer Buyout to All Legal Secretaries
- The Seven Patterns of AI
- Does Peer Review or Bibliometrics Better Predict Scholarly Impact?
- Maintaining Scholarly Integrity in the Age of Bibliometrics
- Gorsuch’s A Republic, If You Can Keep It
- Are Concurring Opinions Justifiable?
- First Law Prof Rankings of Citations in Non-Law Journals
- The Rise of the Big Four Accounting Firms Move into Legal Services
- The Judicial Demand for Explainable Artificial Intelligence
- Buying Machine Learning Algorithms
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