AALL Spectrum

AALL Spectrum / September/October 2018 / Volume 23, Number 1

AALL Spectrum / Published by American Association of Law Libraries

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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018 | AALL SPECTRUM 3 32 8 43 10 7 TRENDING Librarian Scholarship—interests, require- ments, obstacles, and support relating to research and publication. SHELF LIFE What book or resource has helped you keep current on rapid changes in the legal environment? NEWS & NOTES AALL Executive Board/General Business Meeting actions, an update on AALL's Body of Knowledge, 2018 AALL Champions, and notable 2018-2019 dates. CLICKS Essential apps for your workday— members pick four. MEMBER PROFILE Meet Courtney Selby, associate dean for information services, director of the law library, and professor of law at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. LEADER PROFILE Sarah (Sally) Holterhoff discusses the ben- efits of belonging to a professional asso- ciation, and why it's important that retired and later-career members stay engaged. ASK A DIRECTOR What role does technology play in the transformation of law? Advice from Steven A. Lastres & Kelley Louis. VENDOR VOICE Justly's plan to improve legal services pricing. REFERENCE DESK Tackling new technology. BY DOLLY M. KNIGHT & MARIBEL NASH UP FRONT LEADERSHIP BUSINESS EDGE 40 13 46 Reference Desk Body of Knowledge Ask A Director 46 43 Vendor Voice 14 36 38 KIND OF A BIG DEAL The American Association of Law Libraries Latino Caucus raises funds to help provide pro bono legal assistance to migrant children separated from their parents at the border. BY CASANDRA LASKOWSKI ADVOCACY 36 40 BODY OF KNOWLEDGE Designed to serve as a blueprint for career development, the BoK defines domains, competencies, and skills today's legal information professionals need for success. EDUCATION

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