February 2014 Bar Bulletin
Call (Number) Me Maybe
By Kim Ositis,
Assistant Law Librarian for Reference Services
In keeping with this month's theme of Impressions, I'm going to highlight selected books we have in our collection to help attorneys make a good first impression on clients, opposing counsel, judges, etc.
I will be listing these resources in Library of Congress (LC) call number order with subject headings. Often, browsing the stacks can lead to unexpected discoveries. Having some understanding of how to decipher the LC system can help you begin your browsing in the right section.
I will be the first to admit that I purposefully avoided taking any cataloging courses in library school and the thought of having to catalogue makes me itch. But for you, dear reader, I have cracked open the Library of Congress classification manual.
Now where's that antihistamine?
KF 250: Legal composition and draftsmanship - General works.
Marie Buckley, The Lawyer's Essential Guide to Writing: Proven Tools and Techniques (American Bar Association 2011), KF 250 .B83 2011.
KF 276.5: Legal education - Continuing legal education - In-house training.
Andrew Elowitt, The Lawyer's Guide to Professional Coaching: Leadership, Mentoring and Effectiveness (American Bar Association 2012), KF 276.5 E46 2012.
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