Retiring Washington County law librarian Laura Orr will continue work on research projects after years educating public, Local News, Hillsboro, Aloha local News, Breaking News alerts for Hillsboro, Aloha city.
I don't believe it for a second! The tenacious Laura Orr will never retire!
Former IFLA President Ellen Tise noted that on August 2 the member states of the United Nations reached a consensus on an intensely negotiated and ambitious 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that spells out the steps governments must take to eradicate poverty, take action on climate change, achieve universal literacy, safeguard cultural heritage, and expand … Continue reading Strong Libraries, Strong Societies →
The lawsuit was filed yesterday (August 11, 2015) in a Federal District Court located in Massachusetts. From the Complaint: Defendants [listed in complaint below] are in the business of textbook arbitrage.
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Wednesday 12 August 2015 Canberra: The Australian Library and Information Association will present prestigious awards to a senior library leader, early career law librarian and celebrated children’s author, to honour their contribution to the...
Australian Library Association to honor promising law librarian.
Last month, Bloomberg Law surveyed 80 librarians from large and medium sized law firms about their respective roles. The result? Law firm librarians feel underutilized as analysts and underpaid for the analytical work they’re already doing.
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