The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Legal Information Services to the Public SIS has updated its publication, “How to Research a Legal Problem: A Guide for Non-Lawyers.” The text of the revised version, by LISP members Lee Warthen and Angus Nesbit, can be viewed here:
In the past this Guide has been published by AALL as a pamphlet and sold through AALL’s publications program for a modest fee. AALL wishes to evaluate whether publishing and selling the Guide as a print pamphlet, while also providing free digital access, remains viable, or whether a digital-only publication is more suitable. We’ve created a quick five-question survey to find out how your library might use the Guide and how you would prefer to receive it.
Please take a minute or two to complete the survey. Your feedback will be invaluable in designing the new Guide.
The survey will be kept open until May 22.