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Legal Scholarship (2)
Your Money or Your Speech: The Children's Internet Protection Act and the Congressional Assault on the First Amendment in Public Libraries Washington University Law Quarterly (2002)
This article examines the inherent conflict between This article examines the inherent conflict between two Congressional approaches to public access to the Internet - the provision of federal funding support to schools and public libraries ...
Bounds and Beyond: A Need to Reevaluate the Right of Prison Access to the Courts University of Richmond Law Review (1987)
The author argues that the 1977 United States Supreme Court decision in Bounds v. Smith insufficiently protects the right of prisoners to represent themselves before the courts by failing to require state and federal correctional ...
Library Scholarship (2)
Redefining Academic Law Library Excellence in a Technological Age: From Evolution to Revolution Trends in Law Library Management and Technology (2007)
This article focuses on the rapidly changing standards of academic law library excellence as the ready availability and diversity of information technologies and digital collections supplant traditional print collections as the determinative measurement of library ...
Not for the Faint of Heart: Fiscal Management of Publicly Funded Law Libraries in a Time of Economic Crisis Trends in Law Library Management and Technology (2002)
The author examines the challenges faced by administrators of publicly funded law libraries in trying to gain sufficient financial support for their institutions at a time of fiscal crisis and during a era of increasing ...