May 14, 2009
Privacy and Confidentiality Issues: A Guide for Libraries and Their Lawyers
Julie Graves Krishnaswami, Faculty Services Librarian and a Legal Research Professor at CUNY-Law, finds the format of ALA's recently published Privacy and Confidentiality Issues: A Guide for Libraries and Their Lawyers (Feb. 28, 2009) to be ideal for quick reference because this 98-page work is organized in a Q & A format. In her book review, she observes, "as an academic law librarian and legal research teacher, I enjoyed reading this text. It served as an excellent review of First Amendment principles as they apply to libraries. It also gave me greater insight into the daily functions of public libraries." Check out the complete reviewon AALL Spectrum Blog.
Aren't these book reviews a great feature on AALL Spectrum Blog? More reviews here. [JH]
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