It has been observed that many law librarians aren't always great at explaining their role. A bit of reflection on what we do and why we're important/special/highly skilled is useful, along with practice in articulating what law librarianship means.
Hein Online, that venerable legal research database, recently began posting video interviews with current and retired law librarians on its YouTube channel, as part of the work An Oral History of Law Librarianship. See more on the Hein Blog.
The videos range from 15 minutes to an hour and offer both information and inspiration. Perhaps an ALLA member would like to pursue getting some Australian voices into the mix?
ALLA(WA) Committee Secretary - Megan Fitzgibbons.
Librarian, University of Western Australia.