Hofstra University law librarian Tricia Kasting takes a look at her profession and notices there's no such thing as a "typical day." A law librarian can don many different hats in the course of getting the job done. One moment she's solving problems for library patrons, and another she's keeping track of the latest resources available. The educator hat is needed to show a patron how to use all those resources. Kasting says this explains why librarians are excellent jugglers and keep cool under pressure.
Commentary: The Many Hats of a Law Librarian
Special to Law.com
January 24, 2007
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