Monday, April 21, 2008

Peoples Co-Edits Book on Evolution and Innovation in Law Libraries

Associate Director Lee Peoples recently co-edited the book Public Services in Law Libraries: Evolution and Innovation in the 21st Century. Early reviews have been very positive:

“A variety of INSIGHTFUL commentary. . . . BREAKS NEW GROUND with innovative chapters on subjects that every law librarian needs to know. . . BELONGS ON THE SHELF OF EVERY PUBLIC SERVICES LAW LIBRARIAN!”

—James E. Duggan, Professor & Associate Director, Southern Illinois University School of Law Library

“Can be used as a text in a law librarianship course, as a guide for mentoring or training a new law librarian, or as a way to stimulate change and better patron service in an existing law library!. . . . MUST READING FOR ALL LAW LIBRARIANS.”

—Penny A Hazelton, MLL, JD, BA, Professor and Associate Dean for Library and Computing Services, University of Washington School of Law; Adjunct Professor, Information School, University of Washington