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Author: BIALL members
Group blog of the British and Irish Associations of Law Librarians.
BIALL 2018 Conference Call for Papers
New BIALL website
Preparing for #BIALL2017 : Other places to go & things to do in Manchester
BIALL Professional Studies Bursary 2017
BIALL Salary Survey 2017
Preparing for #BIALL2017 : The area around the Conference venue
Preparing for #BIALL2017 : The Manchester Bee
Survey on new apprenticeship standards for library and information sector
Author: Nick Holmes, infolaw
Legal information in the digital age.
Big Tech and AI in 2017
Robot lawyers (again)
Robots and the law
How Twitter works
Using a bus lane as a cash cow
Blogging for lawyers in 2017
RSS is dying, right?
The need for technological competence
Author: Scott Vine, Information Officer, Clifford Chance
Thoughts on law, librarians, liberty, and other likes and loathings
Little Mix @ Sheffield Arena 28.10.2017
Park Fever – Life: Six cans in and the world’s a blur
Has the time come for me to stop buying digital music
Arrogant Antic: The fall of the Ravernsbourne Arms
Doctor Doctor – The Daily Mail is sick
Booker Challenge 2016: Virginia Reeves – Work Like Any Other
Author: Dr. Adam Wyner
Legal informatics for legal professionals
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Author: Bods at the Bodleian Law Library
Benjamin’s Sale of Goods: the strange history of a famous book
Scoop! and modern day news feeds
Health to the world
Cards against Humanity
Murder in the Library!
Scotland Yard v Mr X
Author: Joe Hodnicki and Mark Giangrande (USA)
Thinking Out Loud in the Blogosphere
On porn stars, cut-outs and the importance of legal ethics
Federal public health and safety policy implications for public mass shootings
13 Russian nationals and 3 Russian entities indicted as part of the Mueller investigation (text)
CRS on the federal government’s obligation to include countervailing information in FISA applications
RELX reports 2017 financial results for LexisNexis
Weekend reading: Stiglitz’s Globalization and Its Discontents Revisited: Anti-Globalization in the Era of Trump
Litigation records relating to Trump’s three travel ban executive orders
Mother Jones’s open-source US mass shootings dataset covers data from 1982 to the present
Author: Mark Gould
Previously Enlightened Tradition. This is where I gather my thoughts on a rag-bag of things including tradition, rationality, organisational learning and knowledge management.
Reading for empathy
Institutional memory — a diversity problem?
Breaking silos for client service: the internal view
Measuring performance and setting priorities
Hidden innovation: the best kind?
Change, technology and people
The upside of partnership
Lawyers moving into business services: good or bad?
Blog of the Cornel Legal Information Institute
The Balancing Act: Looking Backward, Looking Ahead
25 for 25: So What(‘s Next)?
You with the law show?
25 for 25: City Miles, Jazz, and Beacons
Deeply intertwingled laws
25 for 25: A Librarian’s Free Law Awakening
A birthday message
25 for 25 – Documents to Data : A Legal Memex
Author: ALLICE members
Group blog for the Association of Law Librarians in Central England.