Law librarians Virginia M. Tucker and Marc Lampson have updated their book, Finding the Answers to Legal Questions. As a follow-up to that new edition, ALA interviewed the authors.
The interview contains a few words of wisdom for librarians, who are asked legal questions. In graduate classes, library science students often ask about when they should or should not provide advice. I like that Tucker and Lampson have tackled that question in this interview.
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