Hammond, Jane L.
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Hammond, Jane L.; Martin, Peter W.
From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The Interviewer is Peter W. Martin and the Videographer is Michael D'Estries. This video covers the career of Jane L. Hammond as law librarian at Villanova and Cornell and her service with key national professional bodies (Duration 1:04:35). The initial phase of the project was sponsored by a generous grant from the law firm of Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP.
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Hammond, Jane; Pulling, Arthur; Harvard Law School Library; Reuschlein, Dean Harold; Villanova Law School Library; Academic credentials, law librarians; Faculty status, law librarians; Tenure process; Open stacks; Library design; Bitner, Harry; American Association of Law Libraries (AALL); Cohen, Morris; Dean, W. Tucker; Impact of location on collection needs; Impact of faculty research on collection needs; American Bar Association accreditation; Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar; Law library administrative autonomy; Miller, Gormley; Coordinated acquisitions with other units; University library’s human resource function; Diefenbach, Alan; Federal Depository Library Program; Computerizing library functions; Online catalog; Oakley, Robert; Northwestern Online Total Integrated System (NOTIS); Morley, Jay; Freehling, Daniel; Hasko, John; Jane Foster addition: needs, design, structural requirements, and construction; Carrels; Book lockers; Fire code; Jacobs, Roger; Law firm librarians; Association of American Law Schools (AALS); Site visits; Advisory Committee, Government Printing Office (GPO); National Law Library of Liberia: Establishment; Konvitz, Milton; Liberian Codification Project
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