Monthly Archives: January 2010

LISNews Librarian Essay Contest

LISNews is the first stop on my internet reading list every morning, and yesterday they announced a Librarian Essay Contest:

“The first ever LISNews Librarian Essay Contest invites librarians to write an original essay about issues that impact librarianship. The contest will run for the entire month of February, 2010, with the fabulous prizes awarded sometime in March. Winning essayists will receive one of several prizes including Amazon or Borders gift cards, and a year of hosting from LISHost.org.”

Who doesn’t love fabulous prizes?

Bar Exam Resources

The folks over at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law have updated their Bar Exam Guide for students. The site is impressively inclusive, going so far as to provide hotels near the Ohio bar testing locations, outline the costs that a student can expect to accrue, and giving advice on which classes to take and when.

A great outlay of information, here.

Evidence in Negligence Cases 10th Edition

We’ve gotten a couple of calls from people concerned about not receiving Release # 12 for Evidence in Negligence Cases.

While it was originally slated for September 2009, it hasn’t been released yet, so as long as you have # 11, you’re all up to date. If you’re concerned as to whether your book is current, or want to know if you will automatically receive the update when it comes out, you can always give us a call at Library Relations:

877-900-5291
or email at Library Relations.