October 2021 Link Roundup

Government Law Librarians: Let’s Talk! (notesbetweenus.com) A county law librarian shares insights into a seven-year career and offers some areas in which government law librarians should engage in deeper discussion. 6 Strategies for Exhausted Working Parents (Harvard Business Review) Working parents are depleted. Every single one of the dozens of working moms and dads the author hasContinue reading “October 2021 Link Roundup”

February Link Roundup

Should the public pay a dime for access to court records? Linking to a Washington Post article, beSpacific provides information on a challenge to the search function paywall to PACER, the Public Access to Court Electronic Records.     Linda Tashbook forwarded information from the Allegheny County Law Library regarding a free CLE scheduled forContinue reading “February Link Roundup”

December Link Roundup

5 Ways to Pursue a Passion Project While Working a Full-time Job   Multi-hyphenate writer/artist/musician Danielle Sinay discusses ways to “find time for hobbies.”   Debra Pfeifer sent a second announcement re: the WPLLA Holiday Party, sponsored by Lexis Nexis:The Capital Grille301 Fifth AvenueDecember 11th, 2019 from 12:00-1:00pm     Ann Unger asked about document/articleContinue reading “December Link Roundup”

WPLLA Holiday Luncheon – December 11th at The Capital Grille

Please join us for the WPLLA Holiday Party, Wednesday, December 11th Thank you to Lexis Nexis for hosting our holiday luncheon! The Capital Grille 301 Fifth Avenue December 11th, 2019 – noon until 1 pm eastern, but come early (11:30) for more festivity! We’ll have: A fantastic, festive lunch Law Librarian insights Legal Tech updatesContinue reading “WPLLA Holiday Luncheon – December 11th at The Capital Grille”