Tag: Law Librarian Blog

New Paper "New Wine in Old Wineskins: Metaphor and Legal Research"...

by on April 22, 2017 1:25 pm
Please see here. The abstract and citation (from SSRN.com): ABSTRACT: We construct our conceptual world using metaphors. Yet sometimes our concepts are flawed and our metaphors do damage. This Article examines a set of metaphors currently doing damage in law – those for legal research. It shows that while technology has radically altered the material… Read more New Paper "New Wine in Old Wineskins: Metaphor and Legal Research"...

"Judges and Their Papers" by Kathryn A. Watts, Univ. of Washington School of Law -- Who should own a federal judge’s papers?

by on May 3, 2013 12:02 pm
University of Washington (UW) School of Law Associate Professor Kathryn A. Watt’s subject, thought-provoking paper is here. Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog. Cross-posted at Legal Research Plus.

New Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report: "The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): Background and Policy Options for the 113th Congress"

by on March 28, 2013 4:40 pm
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) earlier this month released and posted a valuable new Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)-related report: The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): Background and Policy Options for the 113th Congress By Wendy Ginsberg, Analyst in American National Government March 8, 2013 R41933 Hat tip to Law Librarian Blog. Cross-posted on Legal… Read more New Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report: "The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA): Background and Policy Options for the 113th Congress"