Legal Scholarship
 

Abstract

[Excerpt] "Although information literacy plans were initiated by and for academe, there is no reason they will not work in any law library. Information literacy is about preparing patrons with the skills necessary to locate, evaluate, and effectively use information throughout their lives, including their lives in law firms, corporations, government agencies and courts, as well as law schools. An institutional information literacy plan makes perfect sense for any law library in the business of equipping patrons to manage the information age like pros regardless of whether those patrons are law clerks, associates, partners, judges, or law students. And isn’t this the business of every law library?"

Publication Date

2-1-2010

Journal Title

AALL Spectrum

Document Type

Article

Additional Information

Reprinted with permission from “Information Literacy Plans: Does your law library need one?,” © 2010 by the American Association of Law Libraries, with permission from the American Association of Law Libraries.

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