The April issue was recently published, and back issues are also available on the AALL website.
One article in particular that recently caught my eye was:
"Closing the Gap Teaching 'practice-ready' legal skills" by Christine M. Stouffer (February 2015) -- well worth a read by anyone working with law students and graduates.
The April issue contains the following:
- Outcomes in the Balance The crisis in legal education as a catalyst for change By Beau Steenken
- Keepers of History Law libraries in the community By Nichelle Perry
- Public Relations: Reputation Management Changing your patrons' perceptions By Ingrid Mattson
- Dead Poets Society? A new approach to course reserves in the law library By Julian Aiken
- Outreach Beyond the Traditional Adapting services to promote access to justice By Robyn M. Moltzen and Mary Pinard Johnson
- Tell It to the World (Wide Web) Promulgating academic law library pro se patron policies via the internet By Artie Berns and Corrine Vogel
- Tips from the Trenches Best practices for working with publishers By Jaye A. H. Lapachet
- From the Editor The Measure of a Career By Catherine A. Lemmer
- From the President: Daring to Connect By Holly M. Riccio
- Washington Brief: Congress at Work: The Structure and Significance of Congressional Committees By Emily Feltren
- The Reference Desk I've noticed a negative change in my supervisor's behavior and am not sure what to make of it or whether I should say anything. By Susan Catterall
- Member to Member What words of wisdom would you share with your younger self?
ALLA(WA) Committee Secretary - Megan Fitzgibbons.
Librarian, University of Western Australia.