Call Number Podcast: Law Libraries

Conversations about the world of law librarianship

May 18, 2021

In Episode 62, Call Number with American Libraries looks at law librarianship through conversations with law librarians representing two different areas of the profession.

First, American Libraries Senior Editor and Call Number host Phil Morehart speaks with Emily Florio, senior research services manager at international law firm Hogan Lovells and president of the American Association of Law Libraries, who provides a glimpse into the life and work of a law librarian. Next, Morehart talks with Anne Lucke, librarian at the National Indian Law Library in Boulder, Colorado, about why it’s important to have a library dedicated entirely to tribal law, the library’s materials, and other topics.

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