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SEAALL Newsletter

The Southeastern Law Librarian (ISSN 0272-7560) is SEAALL's newsletter and serves as the official publication of the Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries. It is published quarterly and is distributed free to all SEAALL members. Submissions should be sent in electronic MS-Word format via email. Beginning with Volume 47, the Southeastern Law Librarian is being posted with an expandable table of contents; all previous editions are still available in the chart below. Editorial comments or submissions should be sent to the Editor:

Kathleen "Katie" Brown
Charleston School of Law
kbrown AT charlestonlaw DOT edu

Volume 49

Table of contents v. 49.1

Presidential Ponderings: Donna Nixon
Library Profile: Joel A. Katz Law Library, by Lorel Reinstrom
Talking About Teaching, by Dylan Dunn
Reader's Advisory: The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together, by Matthew Neely
Tech Tools: Generative AI & Legal Research, by Ashley Evans
Meet and Three: Jennifer Dubetz
SEAALL Social Justice Resources, by Fran Norton
Committee Announcements & Member News
Recent Acquisitions: Shaping My Scholarly Path with Strategic Book Acquistions, by Cynthia Barnes
Closed Stacks, by Aimee Self Pittman

Volume 48

Table of contents v. 48.1

Presidential Ponderings: CJ Pipins
TechTip: Personal Library Organizers: Deborah Turkewitz
Closed Stacks: Fran Norton, Jr.
Library Profile: Bounds Law Library, by Cynthia Barnes
Legal Podcast Review: What Roman Mars Can Learn About Con Law, by Sibyl Marshall
Readers Advisory: Spare, by Prince Harry, The duke of Sussex, review by Marisa Kate Henthorn
Recent Acquisitions: One for the Law Library, One for Me, One for the Cats, review by Ellie Campbell
Meet & Three, by Matthew McNeely
Legal Movie Review: Loving, by Kayla Reed
Wild Card: Music - My Key to Creating an Energy & Environmental Legal Research Class
SEAALL Student Scholarship Article, Denise Bennett
Recent Acquisition: The Bricks Before Brown, review by Raphael D. Jackson-Ortiz
Committee New on SEAALL Annual Meeting

Table of contents

Voting Process
Notes from the Nominations Committee
Candidates:
VP/President Elect: Katie Brown and Beau Steenken
Member at Large: Katie Hanschke and Gail Mathapo
Revised SEAALL Bylaws

Table of contents v. 48.2

Presidential Ponderings: Donna Nixon
TechTip: Trellis by Cynthia Barnes
Closed Stacks: Carol Bredemeyer
Library Profile: The Law Library of Louisiana in 1898: A Different Time, and a Different Name by Fran Norton, Jr.
Recent Acquisitions: A New Library Space by Marisa Kate Henthorn
Legal Podcast Review: Civics 101 by Dylan Dunn
Readers Advisory: Duped: Why Innocent People Confess — and Why We Believe Their Confessions by Saul Kassin, review by Kayla Reed
Meet & Three with Donna Nixon, by Deborah Turkewitz
Legal Movie Review: The Castle, by Sibyl Marshall
Treasurer's Report by Eve Ross
Wild Card: The Story of Us by Ellie Campbell
Committee Quarterlies

Table of contents v. 48.3

Presidential Ponderings: Donna Nixon
Tech Tip: Valuable Tech Training Opportunities by Matthew Neely
Closed Stacks: Lorel Reinstrom
Conell Grant Recipient: Joanna Averch
Library Profile: West Virginia University College of Law by Jennifer Dubetz
Recent Acquisitions: Reading (& Listening) On the Go by Dylan Dunn
Unraveling the Fascination: My Journey with AI Tools by Cynthia Barnes
Meet & Three: Ashley Evans
Legal Movie Review: The Godfather by Fran Norton Jr.
Reader’s Advisory: More Than Marriage: Forming Families After Marriage Equality by John G. Culhane, review by Aimee Pittman

Table of contents v. 48.4

Presidential Ponderings: Donna Nixon
Exploring SEAALL's Diversity and Inclusion Resources by Cynthia Barnes
Readers Advisory: Paving the Way by Herma Hill Kay, review by Jennifer Dubetz
Closed Stacks: Ashley Evans
Tech Tip: Best Practices for Videos, by Fran Norton Jr.
Library Profile: Florida State University College of Law Research Center by Dylan Dunn
Meet & Three: Lorel Reinstrom
Recent Acquisition: Todoist, by Matthew Neely
Talking About Teaching: The Power of Team Teaching by Aimee Pittman

Volume 47

Table of contents

Presidential Ponderings: Sarah Maudlin
Closed Stacks: Ellie Campbell
Legal Movie Review: Philadelphia, by Deborah Turkewitz
Library Profile: Law Library of Louisiana, by Kayla Reed
Meet and Three: Sibyl Marshall
Podcast Review: You’re Wrong About, by Marisa Kate Henthorn
Readers Advisory: Criminal Contagion: How Mafias, Gangsters, and Scammers Profit from a Pandemic, by Tuesday Reitano and Mark Shaw. Review by Aimee Pittman
Recent Acquisitions: Paving the Way: The First American Women Law Professors, by Herma Hill Kay, ed. by Patricia A. Cain. Review by Pamela Lucken
Student Scholarship Essays: Jennifer Chapman, Alex Hutchings
Tech Tip: Hidden YouTube Shortcuts THEY Don’t Want you to Know, by Gerard Fowke

Table of contents

Presidential Ponderings: CJ Pipins
Closed Stacks: Kayla Reed
Legal Movie Review: My Cousin Vinny, by Pamela Lucken
Library Profile: Law Library of Louisiana
Meet and Three: Marisa Kate Henthorn
Readers Advisory: The Whiteness of Wealth: How the Tax System Impoverishes Black Americans – And How We Can Fix It, Dorothy A. Brown. Review by Sibyl Marshall
Recent Acquisitions: PowerNotes, by Adam Harness
Student Scholarship Essay: Diona Layden
Tech Tip: Let’s Talk Tech, by Deborah Turkewitz

Table of contents

Presidential Ponderings: CJ Pipins
Closed Stacks: Matthew Neely
Legal Movie Review: Woman in Gold, by Marisa Kate Henthorn
Legal Podcast Review: Strict Scrutiny, by Aimee Pittman
Library Profile: Katherine R. Everett Law Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, by Ellie Campbell
Meet and Three: Cynthia Barnes
Readers Advisory: Implementing Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: A Handbook for Academic Libraries Edited by Corliss Lee and Brian Lym. Review by Deborah Turkewitz
Recent Acquisitions: Soft Skills, by Fran Norton, Jr.
Service to SEAALL Award Recipient: Richelle Reid
Tech Tip: Privacy & Confidentiality, by Sibyl Marshall
Wild Card: Linked Data, by Kayla Reed

Table of contents

Recovering with Mindfulness for Law Librarians, review by Aimee Pittman
Building Collections with a Racial Justice or Social Justice Focus, review by Marisa Kate Henthorn
Bluebook Bootcamp, review by Melissa Strickland
Law Student Awareness and Use of Closed Captions, review by Kayla Reed
Reconnecting with Difficult Patrons, review by Rachel Evans
The Value of Professional Development and Service within Your Organization, review by Kayla Reed
Going Remote: How We Developed a Hybrid ALR Class to Better Serve Students During the Pandemic, review by Deborah Turkewitz
Level Up Your Student Work Force, review by Sibyl Marshall
Do Law Schools Have an Ethical Obligation to Provide Skills-based Legal Technology Instruction? Review by Josh Freeman

Table of contents

Presidential Ponderings: CJ Pipins
Closed Stacks: Radical Change, by Cynthia Barnes
Legal Movie Review: Ace Attorney, review by Dylan Dunn
Legal Podcast Review: Criminal, review by Kayla Reed
Library Profile: Bounds Law Library, University of Alabama School of Law, by Matthew Neely
Meet and Three: Fran Norton, Jr.
Readers Advisory: Eubanks, Georgann. Saving the Wild South: The Fight for Native Plants on the Brink of Extinction. University of North Carolina Press, 2021; McKinney, Cait. Information Activism: A Queer History of Lesbian Media Technologies. Duke University Press, 2020; Slifer, Shaun. So Much to Be Angry About: Appalachian Movement Press and Radical DIY Publishing, 1969- 1979. West Virginia University Press, 2021. Review by Ellie Campbell.
Recent Acquisitions: Mug warmer, library card-themed mug, non-resident card Houston Public Library, Library extension, Happy Color App, Rainy Day Reads scented candle, Hooga booklight. By Sibyl Marshall
Tech Tip: CSS Coding, by Marisa Kate Henthorn
Wild Card: Haunted Libraries, by Deborah Turkewitz

Missing Issues Help! We are missing a lot of the early history of the association. You can see the gaps in the table below. If you have past issues please contact Sarah Mauldin.

Past Editions:


Volume/Year
Issues
Vol. 46 2021 No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall Special Election Edition
Vol. 45 2020 No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring
No. 3 Summer  No. 4 Fall
Vol. 44 2019 No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Summer
No. 3 Fall Special Election Edition
Vol. 43 2018
No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall  
Vol. 42 2017
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer
No. 4 Fall

Vol. 41 2016
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall No. 5 Special Election Edition
Vol. 40 2015
No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Spring
No. 3 Summer
No. 4 Fall

Vol. 39 2014
No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Spring
No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
No. 5 Special Election Edition
Vol. 38 2013
No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Spring
No. 3 Summer
No. 4 Fall
No. 5 Special Election Edition
Vol. 37 2012
No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Spring
No. 3 Summer
No. 4 Fall
No. 5 Special Election Edition
Vol 36 2011
No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Spring
No. 3 Summer
No. 4 Fall

Vol. 35 2010
No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 34 2009
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3/4 Summer/Fall

Vol. 33 2008
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 32 2007
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 31 2006
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 30 2005
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 29 2004
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 28 2003
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer

Vol. 27 2002
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 26 2001
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 25 2000
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 24 1999
No. 1 Winter No. 2 Spring No. 3 Summer No. 4 Fall
Vol. 23 1998
No. 1 Winter
No. 2 Spring
No. 3 Summer
No. 4 Fall

Vol. 22 1996-97
No. 1 Fall 1996 No. 2 Winter 1997 No. 3 Spring 1997 No. 4 Summer/Fall 1997
Vol. 21 1995-96
No. 1 Fall 1995 No. 2 Winter 1996 No. 3 Spring 1996 No. 4 Summer 1996
Vol. 20 1994-95
No. 1 Fall 1994 No. 2 Winter 1995 No. 3 Spring 1995 No. 4 Summer 1995
Vol. 19 1993-94
No. 1 Fall 1993 No 2. Winter 1994 No. 3 Spring 1994 No. 4 Summer 1994
Vol. 18 1992-93
No. 1 Fall 1992 No. 2 Winter 1993 No. 3 Spring 1993 No. 4 Summer 1993
Vol. 17 1991-92
No. 1 Fall 1991 No. 2 Winter 1991 No. 3 Spring 1992 No. 4 Summer 1992
Vol. 16 1990-91
No. 1 Fall 1990 No. 2 Winter 1990 No. 3 Spring 1991 No. 4 Summer 1991
Vol. 15 1989-90
No. 1 Fall 1989 No. 2 Winter 1989 No. 3 Spring 1990 No. 4 Summer 1990
Vol. 14 1988-89
No. 1 Fall 1988 No. 2 Winter 1988 No. 3 Spring 1989 No. 4 Summer 1989
Vol. 13 1987-88
No. 1 Fall 1987 No. 2 Winter 1987 No. 3 Spring 1988 No. 4 Spring 1988
Vol. 12 1986-87
No. 1 Fall 1986 No. 2 Winter 1986 No. 3 Spring 1987 No. 4 Summer 1987
Vol. 11 1985-86
No. 1 Fall 1985 No. 2 Winter 1985 No. 3 Spring 1986 No. 4 Summer 1986
Vol. 10 1984-85
No. 1 Autumn 1984 No. 2 Winter 1984 No. 3 Spring 1985 No. 4 Summer 1985
Vol. 9 1983-84
No. 1 Autumn 1983 No. 2 Winter 1983/84 No. 3 Spring 1984 No. 4 Summer 1984
Vol. 8 1982-83
No. 1 Aug. 1982 No. 2 Nov. 1982 No. 3 Spring 1983 No. 4 Summer 1983
Vol. 7 1981-82
No. 1 Aug. 1981 No. 2 Nov. 1981 No. 3 Feb. 1982 No. 4 May 1982
Vol. 6 1980-81
No. 1 July 1980 No. 2 Oct. 1980 No. 3 Feb. 1981 No. 4 May 1981
Vol. 5 1979-80
No. 1 Oct. 1979 No. 2 Mar. 1980 No. 3 May 1980 No. 4 1980* *Index volume
Vol. 4 1978-79
No. 1 July 1978 No. 2 Oct. 1978 No. 3 Feb. 1979 No. 4 June 1979
Vol. 3 1977-78
No. 1 Sept. 1977 No. 2 Dec. 1977 No. 3 Mar. 1978 No. 4 May 1978
Vol. 2 1976-77
No. 1 June 1976 No. 2 Oct. 1976 No. 3 Jan. 1977 No. 4 May 1977
Vol. 1 1975-76
No. 1 Spring 1975 No. 2 Winter 1976


1974
July 1974 Sept. 1974

Referred to as "President's Newsletter"
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1972
Apr. 1972 Nov. 1972


1971
July 1971



1970

Nov. 1970


1969
Feb. 1969



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1962
Feb. 1962



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Vol. II 1957-58
No. 1 Aug. 1957 No. 2 Feb. 1958 No. 3 Sept. 1958* No. 4 Dec. 1958 *President's Newsletter
Vol. I 1956-57

No 2 July 1956 No 3 Jan. 1957 No 4 May 1957
1955
No. 1 Sept. 1955














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