22 Jul 2019
Stefanie Pearlman, Professor of Law Library, received two awards at the 2019 American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting. Pearlman received the Connie E. Bolden Publication Award and the RIPS-SIS Publication Award, both for her article Persuasive Authority and the Nebraska Supreme Court: Are certain jurisdictions or secondary resources more persuasive than others?
The Connie E. Bolden Publication Award recognizes a Government Law Libraries Special Interest Section member’s contribution to the filed of government law librarianship through a scholarly publication on a topic of concern to government law libraries. The publication must have been authored by the Section member and have been published within the last year.
The RIPS-SIS Publication Award honors a Research Instruction and Patron Services Special Interest Section member’s contributions to law librarianship through publication, particularly in the areas of research instruction and patron services.
Persuasive Authority and the Nebraska Supreme Court: Are certain jurisdictions or secondary resources more persuasive than others? was published in The Nebraska Lawyer, March/April 2018 issue.