Borgeson Paper Archive

Welcome to the Earl Borgeson Award Paper Archive! This page is a listing of most of the papers written by UW Law Librarianship students since 2001, the year of the first Earl Borgeson Research in Law Librarianship Award. Many of these papers were published in  Legal Reference Services Quarterly or other professional journals; where applicable, links to these published pieces are provided (please note that some of these links are to subscription databases) as well as links to unpublished manuscripts that the authors have contributed to the UW Gallagher Law Library collection. Overall, as of July 1, 2016, 41% percent of papers have been published. (To learn more about Earl Borgeson and his career in law libraries, please see Earl C. Borgeson and the Image of the Law Librarian by Susan Azyndar).

We welcome any additions to this list, published or unpublished, from post-2001 UW Law Librarianship Program alumni. (Please also inform us of any updates or corrections.) If you do not see your paper on this list and would like to add it, please fill out the Earl Borgeson Papers Project Agreement Form and email it to UW Law Librarianship Program along with a PDF copy of your unpublished manuscript or the citation to your published article.

Class of 2017

Borgeson Award Winner: Elizabeth Manriquez

  • Hannah Doenges, Non-Disclosure Clauses: the making, breaking , and remaking of relationships (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library).  Doenges2017
  • Christine Ford, Pro Se Patrons in the Law Library: The Case for Privacy in the Digital Age (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Ford2017
  • Elizabeth Manriquez, Stronger Together: Embracing Google and Linked Data in Law Libraries (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Manriquez2017
  • Mariana Newman, Faculty Research Services for a New Era of Law Librarianship (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University
    of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Newman2017
  • Maya Swanes, Framing the Issue: The Case for Artwork in Academic Law Libraries (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Swanes2017
  • Samuel Williams,Great Minds Think Differently: Education Requirements and the Autonomous Academic Law Library (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Williams2017

Class of 2016

Borgeson Award Winner: Sarah Reis

  • Justin Abbasi, U.S. Supreme Court Current Awareness and Legal Blogs in the Law Library, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Abbasi2016
  • Tiffany Camp, The Loss of Thought in the Legal Research Analysis Process, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library)
  • Tami Carson, Inclusion of Team Role Theory into the Orientation of Law Librarianship at the University of Washington, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Carson2016
  • Elizabeth Cook,We All Do It: How Bias Informs Legal Research and Teaching, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Cook2016
  • Sarah Dunaway, ¿Donde Esta La Biblioteca? It’s a Damn Same: Outdated, Inadequate, and Nonexistent Law Libraries in Immigrant Detention Facilities, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Dunaway2016
  • Ambrogino Giusti, The Typography of Law Reviews:A Typographic Survey of Legal Periodicals, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University
    of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Giusti2016
  • Sarah Reis, Deconstructing the Durham Statement:
    The Persistence of Print Prestige During the Age of Open Access,
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Reis2016
  • Emily Siess, No Connection: The Issue of Internet on the Reservation, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Siess2016
  • Allison Symulevich, Does Print Have a Role in Legal Research Instruction?, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Symulevich2016
  •  Allison Symulevich, Does Print Have a Role in Legal Research Instruction? Appendix, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Symulevichappendix2016

Class of 2015

Borgeson Award Winner: Grace Lee

  • Stewart Caton, Perspectives: Changes in Reference and Collections in the Digital Age, 35 Legal Ref. Serv. Q., no. 2, 2016 at 77 & on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Caton2015
  • Grace Lee, Draw Me a Picture: Instructional Visual Displays in the
    Academic Law Library,
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with the
    University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Lee2015
  • Jeremy McCabe, Following the Herd: Bringing Electronic Casebooks into the Law School, 34 Legal Ref. Serv. Q., no. 3, 2015 at 196 (& on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Mccabe2015
  • Paul Riermaier, Browsing Versus User-Centric Spaces in Academic Law Libraries, (unpublished manuscript,on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Riermaier2015
  • Mary Thurston, Adventures, Achievement and Altruism: Ellen Schaffer, a Model for Law Librarians, (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Thurston2015

Class of 2014

Borgeson Award Winner: AJ Blechner

  • AJ Blechner, Improving Usability of Legal Research Databases for Users with Print-Disabilities 34 Legal Ref. Serv. Q., no. 2, 2015 at 138 (& on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Blechner2014
  • Matthew Flyntz, Ever Onward: Expanding the Use of Perma.cc, 34 Legal Ref. Serv. Q., no. 1, 2015 at 39 and on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Flyntz2014
  • Jonathan Germann, Moving Beyond the Library Catalog (unpublished manuscript on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Germann2014
  • Heather Joy, Let’s Chat: Academic Law Libraries Providing Real-Time Reference Using Synchronous Chat Services (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Joy2014
  • Tanya Livshits, In-House Digital Libraries for Law Firms (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Livshits2014
  • Taryn Marks, John West and the Future of Subscription Databases
    107 Law Library Journal, no. 3, 2015 at 377 & on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Marks2014
  • Kristen Rowlett, Legal Research Deficiencies in the Law School Curriculum, Proposed ABA Rule 302, and Solutions (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Rowlett2014
  • Ashley Sundin, Law Library Architecture and Space Planning (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Sundin2014
  • Sarah Weldon, Uniform Laws: A New Path Forward (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Weldon2014

Class of 2013

Borgeson Award Winner: Kara Noel

  • Sonal Desai, Law School Firms and Incubators and the Role of the Academic Law Library, 33 Legal Ref. Serv. Q., no. 1, 2014, at 69. Available on Taylor and Francis Online (subscription required) & (on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Desai2013
  • Cassie DuBay, Specialized Legal Research Courses: The Next Generation of Advanced Legal Research, 33 Legal Ref. Serv. Q., no. 3, 2014, at 203. Available on Taylor and Francis Online (subscription required) & (on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). DuBay2013
  • Jennifer Haire Gonzalez, Stuck Behind the Curve: How the Academic Law Library Can Support Students who Struggle in Law School, 33 Legal Ref. Serv. Q., no. 3, 2014, at 239. Available on Taylor and Francis Online & (on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Gonzalez2013
  • Wendy Lamar, I’m Just a Bill: Citations to Legislative History by the Arizona Supreme Court and Utah Supreme Court (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Lamar2013
  • Andrew Martineau, My Lawyer Has a First Name, It’s G-O-O-G-L-E: Improving Online Access to Case Law Through Court-Provided Metadata (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Martineau2013
  • Ryan Metheny, Law School Libraries and the U.S. News & World Report Rankings: An Empirical Defense of Library Investments in the Era of the Rankings Regime (unpublished manuscript,  on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Metheny2013
  • Kara Noel, The Unbundling of Legal Services and its Implications for Law Librarianship (34 Legal Ref. Serv. Q., no.4, 2015, at 245. & (on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Noel2013
  • Rebecca Sherman, Assessing the Changing Nature of Authority in the Web Age: The Citation Practices of Minnesota Supreme Court (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Sherman2013

Class of 2012

Borgeson Award Winner: Michael G. Moore

  • Neel Agrawal, Training in FCIL Librarianship for Tomorrow’s World, 105 Law Libr. J. 199 (2013).
  • Michelle B. Botek, The African Buffalo and the Oxpecker: An
    Acknowledgement of the Mutualism Between Academic Law Libraries and Their Institutions, with a Prescription for Future Coevolution
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Botek2012
  • Anna Endter, Authentication of Online State Primary Legal Resources as a Social Justice Issue: The Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act and How It Can Benefit Pro Se Litigants, 31 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. no. 3-4, 2012, at 293. Available on Taylor and Francis Online (subscription required) & (on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Endter2012
  • Grace Eumee Feldman, If You Don’t Like What’s Being Said, Change the
    Conversation: Effectively Marketing and Communicating the Value of an Academic Law Library,
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Feldman2012
  • Mariah Ford, Empirical Legal Scholarship and Law Libraries (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Ford2012
  • Jason Giesler, A Guide for the Creation, Use, and Administration of
    Electronic User Surveys in Law Libraries
    (unpublished manuscript,
    on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library).  Giesler2012
  • Nickholas F. Harrell, Serving Patrons with Mental Illness (unpublished manuscript on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Harrell2012
  • Michele A. Knapp, Tribal Law Publication in Light of the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Knapp2012
  • Christina Luini, Virtual Reference Service: A Case Study of QuestionPoint Utilization at the Gallagher Law Library (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Luini2012
  • Ingrid Mattson, In an Effort to Respond to Robert Berring’s Lament on
    the Death of the Bibliography: A Study of Online Legal Research Guides
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Mattson2012
  • Michael McArthur, Accessing Materials: Review of the MacCrate Report’s
    Fundamental Lawyering Skill: Search
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). McArthur2012
  • Michael G. Moore, Green with Envy, Not the “Gold Standard in Legal
    Citation”: Why the ALWD Citation Manual Should Finally Be Relegated to a Footnote.
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).)
  • Frank S. Ott IV, Stopping the (Unexpected) Billing: Changing the First-Year Legal Curriculum to Teach Fundamental Legal Research Skills (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Ott2012
  • Michael Umberger, Checking Up on Court Citation Standards: How Neutral
    Citation Improves Public Access to Case Law
    , 31 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. no. 3-4, 2012, at 312. Available on Taylor and Francis Online (subscription required) & (on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library).  Umberger2012

Class of 2011

Borgeson Award Winner: Ellen Richardson

  • Susan Azyndar, Earl C. Borgeson and the Image of the Law Librarian (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Azyndar2011
  • Kyle Brown, An Evaluation of State Legislative History Websites (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Brown2011
  • Jordan Gilbertson, “We’re Going to Make You Popular:” Popular Collections in the Modern Academic Law Library ‘We’re Going to Make You Popular’: Popular Collections in the Modern Academic Law Library, 32 Legal Ref Serv. Q. no. 1-2, 2013, at 78 Available on Taylor and Francis Online (subscription required). Gilbertson2011
  • Sherry Leysen, Brain Plasticity and the Impact of the Electronic Environment in Law and Learning, 30 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. no. 4, 2011, at 255. Available on Taylor and Francis Online (subscription required). Leysen2011
  • Ellen Richardson, Ain’t No (Sky)River Wide Enough to Keep Me From Getting to You: SkyRiver, Innovative, OCLC, and the Fight for Control Over the Bibliographic Data, Cataloging Services, ILL, and ILS Markets, 31 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. no. 1, 2012, at 37. Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required). Richardson2011
  • Alyssa Thurston, Addressing the “Emerging Majority”: Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century, 104 Law Libr. J. 359 (2012). Available at
    http://www.aallnet.org/main-menu/Publications/llj/vol-104/no-3/2012-27.pdf
    Thurston2015
  • Carla Wale, Cloudy with a Chance of Open Source: Open Source Integrated Library Systems and Cloud Computing in Academic Law Libraries, 30 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. no. 4, 2011, at 331. Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required). Wale2011
  • Alena Wolotira, From a Trickle to a Flood: A Case Study of the “Current Index to Legal Periodicals” to Examine the Swell of American Law Journals Published in the Last Fifty Years, 31 Legal Ref. Sserv. Q. no. 2, 2012, at 150. Available on
    Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required). Wolotira2011

Class of 2010

Borgeson Award Winner: Emily Shepard Smith

  • Kristina Alayan, Faculty Status and Tenure for Law Library Directors: Inappropriate Luxury or Absolute Necessity? (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Andrew Christensen, The Discovery Process: Next-Generation Catalogs in Law School Libraries (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Trez Drake, William B. Stern: A Biography (unpublished manuscript,
    on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Drake2010
  • G. Patrick Flanagan Digital Preservation and Authentic Legal Information,
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Flanagan2010
  • Timothy Gallina, The Future of Presidential Libraries: Assessing Alternative Models from a Legal Research Perspective, 29 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 229 (2010). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required). Gallina2010
  • Brittany Kolonay, Academic Law Library Use of Web 2.0 Tools
    (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Kolonay2010
  • Emily Smith, May It Please the Court: Law Students and Legal Research Instruction in Prison Law Libraries, 29 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 276 (2010). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required). Smith2010

Class of 2009

Borgeson Award Winner: Julia Vinson

  • Joe Cera, Law Review Citations Over Time in Three Selected Journals (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Melia Cossette, Citation of Legislative History by the Washington State Supreme Court: Has Increased Access to Legislative History Materials Resulted in an Increase in Citation? (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • M. Gabriela Femenia, Lawyers Without Borders: Preparing Foreign LL.M Students for Transnational Law Practice (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Femenia2009
  • Sarah Montgomery, Robert Oakley and the AALL Government Affairs Office (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Pablo Sandoval, A New Code of Ethics for Law Librarianship? (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Tania Schriwer, A Snapshot: The Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ Citations to Foreign and International Law in 2008 (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Maria Soto, The Modern Library: Design Ideas for the 21st Century (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Rachel Turpin, Federated Searching in the Law Library (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Julia Vinson, Fostering the Profession of Law: The Lifetime Achievements of Harry Bitner, 29 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 85 (2010). Available on Informaworld (subscription required).
  • Jennifer Wertkin, Closing the Legal Research Gap: Roles for Law Librarians in the Current Economy (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Wertkin2009
  • Jackie Woodside, Interdisciplinary Trends of Law Faculty: Possible Implications for Reference Librarians (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).

 

Class of 2008

Borgeson Award Winners: Merrilee Harrell and Sabrina Sondhi

  • Amanda Runyon, The Effect of Economics and Electronic Resources on the Traditional Law Library Print Collection, 101 Law Libr. J. 117 (2009). Available on AALLNetRunyon2008
  • Amy Ash, The Distributive Effects of Confidential Clauses in Academic Library Licenses: An Analysis of Current Conditions and Strategies (May 18, 2008) (unpublished manuscript, on file with the author).
  • Carissa Vogel, Rediscovering Dr. Arthur S. Beardsley: A Brief Introduction to His Life and Work, 27 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 347 (2008). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required). Vogel2008
  • Leslie Street, Developing Democracies and Law Libraries in Africa (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Mari Cheney, Access to Justice in the 9th Circuit: Are Law Libraries Doing Enough? (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Merrilee Harrell, Self-Help Legal Materials in the Law Library: Going a Step Further for the Public Patron, 27 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 283 (2008). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required). Harrell2008
  • Nolan Wright, Standing at the Gates: A New Law Librarian Wonders About the Future Role of the Profession in Legal Research Education, 27 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 305 (2008). Available on Informaworld (subscription required). Wright2008
  • Sabrina Sondhi, Should We Care if the Case Digest Disappears? A Retrospective Analysis and the Future of Legal Research Instruction, 27 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 263 (2008). Available on Informaworld (subscription required). Sondhi2008

 

Class of 2007

Borgeson Award Winner: Ernesto Longa

  • Bret Masterson, The Garden of Forking Paths: Law Libraries and the Future of the Catalog (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Masterson2007
  • Ernesto Longa, A History of America’s First Jim Crow Law School Library and Staff, 7 Con. Pub. Int. L.J. 77 (2007-08). Available on Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal Website and HeinOnline (subscription required). Longa2007
  • Kelly Aldrich, Web Cites: When Courts Cite to URLs: A Study of Washington and New York Cases, 27 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 203 (2008). Available on
    Informaworld
    (subscription required).
  • Laura C. Dabney, Citators: Past, Present, and Future, 27 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 165 (2008). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required). Dabney2007
  • Melissa Fung Designing Feeds to Meet Users’ Needs: RSS and the Academic Law Library (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Fung2007
  • Melissa Miller, Legal Research Instruction in County Law Libraries: Meeting the Needs of the Public (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Miller2007

 

Class of 2006

Borgeson Award Winner: Tom Kimbrough

  • Alicia Brillon, Copyright and Digitization Initiatives (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Brillon2006
  • Chris O’Byrne (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Jocelyn Kennedy (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Tom Kimbrough, Building a Chinese Law Collection in the Academic Law Library: Challenges, Alternatives, and Trends, 25 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 37 (2007). Available on Informaworld (subscription required).

 

Class of 2005

Borgeson Award Winner: Camilla Tubbs

  • Beth Williams, Researching Washington State Initiatives and Referendums, 26 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 309 (2008). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required).
  • Camilla Tubbs, Electronic Research in State Prisons, 25 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 13 (2006). Available on Informaworld (subscription required).
  • Jorge Juarez (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Pegeen Mulhern Marian Gould Gallagher’s Imprint on Law Librarianship: The Advantage of Casting Bread Upon the Waters, 98 Law Libr. J. 381 (2006). Available on AALLNet and HeinOnline (subscription required).
  • Rachael Smith (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Shannon Malcolm, The Next Big Thing?: Google Scholar and Legal Scholarship (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Malcolm2005
  • Stacy Etheredge Frederick C. Hicks: The Dean of Law Librarians, 98 Law Libr. J. 349 (2006). Available on AALLNet and HeinOnline (subscription required).
  • Tina Ching, The Next Generation of Legal Citations: A Survey of Internet Citations in the Opinions of the Washington Supreme Court and Washington Appellate Courts, 1999-2005, 9 J. App. Prac. & Process 387 (2007). Available on HeinOnline (subscription required) and LegalTrac.
  • Vicenc Feliu, Meeting the Information Needs of Constitutionalist Patrons: A Guide for Reference Librarians, 25 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 89 (2006). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required).

 

Class of 2004

Borgeson Award Winner: Tammy Hinderman

  • Helane Davis, Keeping Validity in Cite: Web Resources Cited in Select Washington Law Reviews, 2001-03, 98 Law Libr. J. 639 (2006). Available on AALLNet and HeinOnline (subscription required).
  • James Allan (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Jennifer Locke Davitt, Web-Based Legal Research Guides in Academic Law Libraries ((unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library).
  • Lara Dresser, Promoting Psychological Health in Law Students, 24 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 41 (2005). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required).
  • Tammy Hinderman, What Is Your Library Worth? Changes in Evaluation Methods for Academic Law Libraries, 24 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 1 (2005). Available on Informaworld (subscription required).

 

Class of 2003

Borgeson Award Winner: Kristin Henderson

  • Adrienne Cobb, Washington State Minority and Justice Commission’s Bibliography Project (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library). Cobb2003
  • Colleen Williams (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Jaye Barlous, Digital Libraries–The Future? (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Kristin Henderson, Lessons from Bankruptcy Court Public Records: A Conflict of Values for Law Librarians, 23 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 55 (2004). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required).
  • Lee Sims, Academic Law Library Web Sites: A Source of Service to the Pro Se User, 23 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 1 (2004). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required).

 

Class of 2002

Borgeson Award Winner: Sarah Devotion Garner

  • Kerry Fitz-Gerald, Serving Pro Se Patrons: An Obligation and an Opportunity, 22 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 41 (2003). Available on Taylor &
    Francis Online
    (subscription required).
  • Kristy Moon (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Sarah Devotion Garner, Bridging an Intercultural Communication Gap at the Reference Desk: How to Have an Effective Reference Interaction with Asian LL.M Students, 22 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 7 (2003). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required).
  • Sarah Hollingsworth (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • William Logan (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Vicky Santana (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).

 

Class of 2001

Borgeson Award Winner: Janai Powell Lane

  • Jean Dart (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • John Dethman, Trust v. Antitrust: Consolidation in the Legal Publishing Industry, 21 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 123 (2002). Available on Taylor &
    Francis Online
    (subscription required).
  • Scott Matheson, Access Versus Ownership: A Changing Model of Intellectual Property, 21 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 153 (2002). Available on Taylor &
    Francis Online
    (subscription required).
  • Janai Powell Lane (now Symons), Are Web Sites a “Public Accommodation” Under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) Requiring Reasonable Access for Persons with Disabilities?, 21 Legal Ref. Serv. Q. 75 (2002). Available on Taylor & Francis Online (subscription required).
  • Barry Shanks, Eighteenth Century American Law Book Collections (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Barbara Swatt Engstrom (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Lisa Wagenheim unpublished manuscript, on file with author).
  • Patricia Wiesner (unpublished manuscript, on file with author).