Archive for December, 2010

Well, Brenda and I snagged a ClawBie for Best Law Librarian blog! What a way to end the year! Thanks so much to Steve Matthews and Jordan Furlong and everyone else at Stem for the work they put into this. I know when I was coming up with my nominations I was overwhelmed with the […]

My latest column on Legal Information is up at Slaw. Hope you enjoy my ramblings on the impact factor and information overload. ~ Karen

Well, it’s that time of year again, and I’ve left it a little to the last minute. There are so many great law blogs out there, it’s really getting hard to choose. There are all the heavy hitters, like Jordan Furlong, Slaw, and Connie Crosby who do great work year in and year out and […]

A few months ago, for my Slaw column, I wrote on outsourcing the law library and what it would mean. I ended up having more questions than answers. A short while after that post was published, I received a call from Integreon, asking me if I would like to have some of my questions answered. […]

Peter Hogg kind of fell into teaching constitutional law, when no one else wanted to teach the course at Osgoode Hall Law School. I found this anecdote amusing from the ex-New Zealander at his recent talk for the Toronto Association of Law Libraries. In 1971, Hogg and Canada was in a vastly different landscape, as […]