Last week, it was beginning to feel as if spring has finally arrived in New York. Now, of course, we are in the heat of summer. Yes, the pollen count is dreadful, but weren’t the tulips gorgeous! And haven’t the azaleas and rhododendrons been spectacular this year? In thinking about ‘spring cleaning’ as it […]
Book Expo America is in NYC this week at the Jacob Javits Center. Book Expo America (BEA) is the leading book and author event for the North American publishing industry. It’s the best place to discover new titles and authors, network, and learn the latest trends during the BEA Content & Digital Conference.
BEA offers […]
Enjoying reading the AALL May 2015 Spectrum issue and loving the library renovation articles, including two libraries here in NY! If cost (and architects) were no object, wouldn’t we all like to add a few of these features to our own law libraries?
Diner booths with monitors
Two-story reading room windows
View of Lincoln Center
The New York Law Institute will close at 3PM tomorrow, May 22, for the Memorial Day holiday. We will reopen Tuesday, May 26, at 8:30 AM.
Have a pleasant holiday.
The New York Law Institute is pleased to announce that Karen Oesterle has joined NYLI as a Research Librarian. She comes to us with over 25 years of experience as a legal vendor. She began with Matthew Bender in Virginia in 1989 and continued to serve clients with LexisNexis after Reed Elsevier purchased Matthew […]
From our favorite 3 Geeks and a Law Blog from 5/1/15, a recent post struck me. The post discusses four critically important utilities for attorneys and bemoans the lack of a fifth capability for them. In thinking about librarians rather than attorneys, I wonder what law librarians rely on the most? When faced with […]