The second Conference on Legal Information: Scholarship and Teaching brought together legal research professionals at the University of Colorado Law School in Boulder, Colorado on July 8-10, 2010. The purposes of the Conference were to continue to foster legal information scholarship and to resume work on the development of a signature pedagogy for legal research education, in accord with the 2009 Boulder Statement on Legal Research Education.
Boulder Statement on Legal Research Education: Signature Pedagogy Statement, Legal Information Conference Attendees
The Practitioners’ Council: Aligning Legal Research Instruction, David L. Armond and Shawn G. Nevers
Task Mastery in Legal Research Instruction, Matthew C. Cordon
Should You Use a Textbook to Teach Legal Research?, Nancy P. Johnson
Finding Middle Ground in Collection Development: How Academic Law Libraries Can Shape Their Collections in Response to the Call for More Practice-Oriented Legal Education, Leslie A. Street and Amanda M. Runyon