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Congratulations, it’s July, which means you have officially survived what may very well be considered the most consequential Supreme Court term in the history of the United States. Simply existing in this country over the past few weeks (months? years?) feels like trying to swim through rapidly drying concrete. Avoiding the news is impossible if for no other reason than the direct impact so much of the news of late has on the job of a law librarian. Imagine teaching a legal research class at the end of this past SCOTUS sitting? I’ll spare you the image because I did, and yes, it sucked. Note to self: do not teach a summer class in the month of June.
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Smith Schlinck, Olivia R., "We’re All Historical Researchers Now: The Impact of Dobbs on Legal Research Instruction" (2022). Online Publications. 9.