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Reference (including Circulation/Access Services) Librarian, Robert Crown Law Library Stanford Law School - providing legal and other reference/research services and circulation/access services (since 2005); Lecturer in Law (2007-2010), teaching legal research and writing, advanced legal research, and foreign and international legal research.
Posts by gwilson
by gwilson on July 10, 2009 4:50 pmA new Brief Guide to Low/No Cost Online American Legal Research has been posted in the law library’s Online Research section.
by gwilson on July 9, 2009 11:00 amFree access to some two million eBooks — through August 4, 2009 — is available at the Fourth Annual World eBook Fair (underway since July 4). See: Resource of the Week: Roundup of Recent Posts About eBooks…and Some Kindle Stuff Hat tip to ResourceShelf. Cross-posted on LegalResearchPlus.
by gwilson on July 7, 2009 11:54 amLaw Librarian Blog today features an interesting post about items missing from the U.S. National Archives, likely through employee theft. See Missing Items from US Archive, Found Item in UK Archive. See also the National Archives webpage Missing Historical Documents and Items. And see the U.K. National Archives news item Lost Page of American History…