Highlights from LLAW Briefs, Spring 2012

The Spring 2012 issue of LLAW Briefs, the publication of the Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin, has a number of interesting items. Especially notable is a review of the Library Technology Conference. Several sessions focused on methods of delivering library resources via mobile device—such as QR codes and mobile-optimized sites—and another discussed cataloging emerging technologies, like interactive e-books.

Another article notes that the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act may be introduced in the Wisconsin legislature in the near future. The AALL Government Relations Office and many members have taken an active role in promoting the adoption of UELMA. Finally, LLAW sponsored a law librarian career day for students and alumni from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The event enabled prospective law librarians to meet practicing librarians and tour court and firm law libraries.

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