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Barbara A. Bintliff

  • Joseph C. Hutcheson Professor in Law; Director, Tarlton Law Library/Jamail Center for Legal Research

Publications

Books

  • Teaching Legal Research (London; New York: Routledge, 2011) (co-editor, with Duncan Alford).
  • Public Services in the 21st Century: Evolution and Innovation (Binghampton, NY: Haworth Information Press, 2007) (with Lee F. Peoples).

Articles

  • Legal Research and Writing Resources: Recent Publications,18 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 166 (2010); 18 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 43 (2009); 17 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 192 (2009); 17 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 142 (2008); 17 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 48 (2008); 16 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 187 (2008); 16 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 139 (2007); 16 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 47 (2007).
  • Legal Research: MacCrate's "Fundamental Lawyering Skill" Missing in Action, Part II, 28 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 179 (2009).
  • Legal Research: MacCrate's "Fundamental Lawyering Skill" Missing in Action, Part I, 28 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 1 (2009).
  • Teaching Legal Research, 28 Legal Reference Services Quarterly (2009) (with Duncan Alford).
  • Rebuilding the Profession: Recommendations for Librarians Interested in Becoming Academic Law Library Directors, 99 Law Library Journal 108 (2007) [Reprinted as So You Think You Want to be an Academic Law Library Director? in Beyond the Books: People, Politics and Librarianship 197 (Lee and Wu, eds.; Buffalo, NY: Hein, 2008)] (et al).
  • Public Services in the 21st Century: Evolution and Innovation, 26 Legal Reference Services Quarterly (2007) (with Lee F. Peoples).
  • Academic Freedom Issues for Academic Librarians, 25 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 13 (2007) (with Richard A. Danner).
  • Context and Legal Research, 99 Law Library Journal 249 (2007). [Reprinted in Legal Information and the Development of American Law (Danner and Houdek, eds; St. Paul, Minn.: Thomson/West, 2008)].
  • The Ethics of Electronic Record Sharing, 10 AALL Spectrum 15 (2006) (with Georgia Briscoe).
  • Academic Freedom 101, Inside CU- CU Boulder's Online Faculty/ Staff Newsletter (March 21, 2005).
  • Electronic Resources or Print Resources: Some Observations on Where to Search, 14 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 23 (2005).
  • AALL LISP Public Libraries Toolkit: Colorado, http://www.aallnet.org/sis/lisp/colorado.pdf (2005).
  • Meeting Expectations, 7 Law Librarians in the New Millenium 3 (September-October 2004).
  • Colorado Legal Resources: An Annotated Bibliography, Annual State Documents Bibliography Series, Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries (2004) (with Robert C. Richards, Jr.).
  • What Can the Faculty Expect from the Law Library in the 21st Century, 96 Law Library Journal 507 (2004).
  • Collection Development Policies for Electronic Resources, 14 Trends in Law Library Management and Technology 1 (2003).
  • The Electronic Age Poses More Challenges for Librarians, National Law Journal, July 16, 2001 at B21.
  • Mandatory v. Persuasive Case Authority, 9 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 83 (2001) [Reprinted in Best of Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 113 (2001)].
  • How Can I Tell the Effective Date of a Federal Statute?, 8 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 93 (2000).
  • Why is Web Searching So Unpredictable?, 7 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 84 (1999).
  • copyright@help!: Copyright and Library Internet Use, 21 Colorado Libraries 20 (1996).
  • From Creativity to Computerese: Thinking Like a Lawyer in the Computer Age, 88 Law Library Journal 338 (1996).
  • Shepardizing Cases, 4 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 19 (1995).
  • A Jurisdictional History of the Colorado Courts, 65 University of Colorado Law Review 577 (1994).
  • Salary Equity: A Case Study, 54 College and Research Libraries 33 (1993) (with McConkey, et al).
  • Four Mentors and a Role Model in Meet My Mentor: A Collection of Personal Reminisces, 91 Law Libreary Journal 193 (1993) (compiled Frank Houdek).
  • Introducing CD-ROMs into a Law Library: Administrative Issues and Concerns, 84 Law Library Journal 725 (1992).
  • Auto-Cite and Insta-Cite: The Race to Update Case Histories, 15 Colorado Lawyer 1675 (1986).
  • Statutes of Limitations for Court Actions in Colorado: 1984 General Assembly Update, 14 Colorado Lawyer 207 (1985).
  • Statutes of Limitations for Court Actions in Colorado, 12 Colorado Lawyer 895 (1983).
  • Statutes of Limitations for Court Actions in Colorado - Part 2 and Update, 12 Colorado Lawyer 1755 (1983).

Reviews

  • The Nonsexist Word Finder, by Rosalie Maggio, 10 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 186 (1990).
  • Human Rights: An International and Comparative Law Bibliography, by Julian R. Friedman and Marc I. Sherman, 7 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 123 (1987).
  • Guide to Legal Citation, by Tang Chin-Shih, 5 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 114 (1986).
  • Lexicon of Tax Terminology, by Richard A. Westin, 4 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 125 (1984).

Contributions

  • Introductory Essay, in The Boulder Statements on Legal Research Education, v (Susan Nevelow Mart, ed., William S. Hein & Co., Inc., 2014).
  • The Roles and Status of the Academic Law Library Director, in The Law School Librarian's Role as an Educator (Boston: Aspatore Books 2008).
  • Starting on the Right Track in Your First Library Job in Beyond the Books: People, Politics, and Librarianship 3 (Lee and Wu, eds.; Buffalo, NY: Hein, 2008).
  • Colorado Prestatehood Legal Resources: Sixteenth Century to 1876 in Prestatehood Legal Materials: A Fifty-State Research Guide, Including New York City and the District of Columbia 145 (Chiorazzi and Most, eds.; Binghampton, NY: Haworth Press, 2006).
  • Marketing Toolkit for Academic Law Librarians (Chicago: Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section, American Association of Law Libraries, 2004) (editor and compiler).
  • Appendix G: Selected Law-Related Internet Sources in Fundamentals of Legal Research 783 (Mersky and Dunn, New York: Foundation Press, 8th ed. 2002) [Included as Appendix E in Legal Research Illustrated (Mersky and Dunn, New York: Foundation Press, 8th ed. 2002)].
  • Continuing Employment Policies for Law Librarians (Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries, 1994) (co-editor, with M. Harhai).
  • Representative's Handbook (Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries, 1990) (editor and compiler).
  • Chapter President's Handbook (Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries, 1989) (editor and compiler).
  • A Representative Sample of Tenure Documents for Law Librarians (Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries, 1988) (co-editor, with M. Byrnes).
  • Introduction to the LEXIS Service: A Training Script for Law Students for Use During Hands-On Training (Dayton, OH: Mead Data Central, 1987) (contributor and co-editor).
  • Legal Aspects of Library Security in Security for Libraries 83 (Chicago: American Library Association, 1984) (with A. Coco).
  • Federal Administrative Law: Finding Rules and Regulations in Fundamental Research Techniques 4-1(Denver: University of Denver Program for Advanced Professional Development, 1984).
  • Concurrent Custody: A Means of Continued Parental Responsibility in Child Custody Litigation 29 (Seattle: Children's Legal Services, 1979) [Portions reprinted in Joint Custody: A Handbook for Judges, Lawyers, and Counselors (Ft. Lauderdale: Association of Family Conciliation Courts, 1979)] (with S. Gaddis).

Other

  • Colorado Primary Legal Resources (Chicago: Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) (electronic lesson) (with Alicia Brillon, Alan Pannell, and Jane Thompson).

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