The third Conference on Legal Information: Scholarship and Teaching brought together legal research professionals at Earle Mack School of Law, Drexel University on July 21-23, 2011. The purpose of the Conference was to continue to foster legal information scholarship and to continue to develop the signature pedagogy for legal research education, in accord with the 2009 Boulder Statement on Legal Research Education.

2011 Conference Attendees

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The Case for Curation: The Relevance of Digest and Citator Results in Westlaw and Lexis, Susan Nevelow Mart

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Ideological Voting Applied to the School Desegregation Cases in the Federal Courts of Appeals from the 1960s and 1970s, Joseph A. Custer

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Outcomes Assessment and Legal Research Pedagogy, Vicenç Feliú and Helen Frazer

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“Information Is Cheap, but Meaning Is Expensive”: Building Analytical Skill into Legal Research Instruction, Yasmin Sokkar Harker

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Legal Informatics: Metamorphosing Law Students into Legal Professionals Based on Empirical Evidence of Attorneys’ Information Seeking Behaviors, Jootaek Lee