Laws and Libraries

I’m a library student, right? Like…. buns, books …. that sort thing? And yet, for one of my classes, we’re constantly discussing economics and law and other nebulous sorts of things — well, nebulous in as much as they pertain to librarianship.

Except, well, that they’re not. This Harvard-Law-School-and-Columbia-graduate-of-a-professor is so driven with passion about his undergraduate and graduate fields that he is finding these underlying connections for his library students that is blowing my mind. They are interesting in and of themselves, but the real kicker is during class time, when he guides us into making The Connection from his field of study to ours.

The readings:

http://www.lawyersgunsmoneyblog.com/2011/12/on-bullshit-and-law-schools

http://www.threefelonies.com/Youtoo/tabid/86/Default.aspx

 

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