Virtual Symposium on Citation and the Law Schedule

Thursday – April 22

11am - 12pm

Introductions and keynote, Fred Shapiro, The Most-Cited Legal Scholars Revisited.

12:30-1:30 (panel 1)

Moderator: Michael Chiorazzi, Associate Dean for Information Services; Dean’s Distinguished Director, Law Library and Lecturer in Law, University of Miami School of Law

The Scholarly Matrix Impact: An Empirical Study of How Multiple Metrics Create an Informed Story of A Scholar’s Work. 

Caroline E. Osborne, Associate Professor of Law and the Director of the George R. Farmer, Jr. Law Library, West Virginia University School of Law. 

 Stephanie Miller, Associate Librarian an Head of Outreach, Attorney Services and Digital Initiatives, George R. Farmer, Jr. Law Library, West Virginia University School of Law.

Exploring Citation Count Methods of Measuring Faculty Scholarly Impact

Margaret Kiel-Morse, Jerome Hall Law Library, Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Citation Databases for Legal Scholarship: Ranking the Top 28 Law Faculties

John R. Beatty, Charles B. Sears Law Library, University at Buffalo School of Law

1:45-2:45 (panel 2)

Moderator: Susan Nevelow Mart, Professor and Director of the Law Library, University of Colorado Law School

Representing Law Faculty Scholarly Impact: Strategies for Improving Citation Metrics Accuracy and Promoting Scholarly Visibility

Bonnie Shucha, Associate Dean and Director of the Law Library, University of Wisconsin Law School

A Modest Proposal Regarding Scholarly Impact: Burn It Down

Christine Anne George, Assistant Director for Faculty & Scholarly Servicesm Cardozo Law Library

Capturing Impact: Telling the Story of Your Scholarship Beyond the Citation Count

Ashley Ames Ahlbrand, Assistant Director for Public Services, Jerome Hall Law Library, Indiana University Maurer School of Law

3:00 - 4:00 (panel 3)

Moderator: Anne Klinefelter, Henry P. Brandis Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Law Library, University of North Carolina School of Law

The Tangled Web: Teaching the Meaning of Legal Citations in the Online Age

Matthew Timko, Academic Technologies and Outreach Services Librarian and Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois University College of Law

Heather J. E. Simmons, Associate Director for Instruction and Access Services, University of Georgia School of Law

Prologue’s Past: What the Treatise’s History Can Tell Us of Legal Information’s Future

John Cannan, Faculty Scholarship Librarian & Legal Research Instructor, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Adopting DOI in Legal Citation: A Roadmap for the Legal Academy.

            Valeri Craigle, James E. Faust Law Library.

Friday – April 23

11am - 12pm (panel 4)

Moderator: Michael Chiorazzi, Associate Dean for Information Services; Dean’s Distinguished Director, Law Library and Lecturer in Law, University of Miami School of Law

Citation and Hierarchies in Legal Scholarship: The Illusion of Meritocracy 

Michelle Penn, Faculty Services Librarian, University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Citation Ethics: Constructing an Ethical Framework of Legal Citation

Jennifer E. Chapman, Ryan H. Easley Research Fellow, Thurgood Marshall Law Library, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law  

Perma.cc and Web Archival Dissonance with Copyright Law

Paul D. Callister is Director of the Leon E. Bloch Law Library and Professor of Law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law

12:30-1:30 (panel 5)

Moderator: Anne Klinefelter, Henry P. Brandis Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Law Library, University of North Carolina School of Law

May It Please the Court: A Longitudinal Study of Judicial Citation to Academic Legal Periodicals (published in LRSQ.)

Brian Detweiler, Interim Associate Director of the Charles B. Sears Law Library at the University at Buffalo School of Law.

Are Supreme Court Justices’ Disclosure Concerns Justified? An Empirical Study of the Use of Three Archival Collections 

Susan David deMaine, Director and Senior Lecturer, Jerome Hall Law Library, Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Bloomington, Indiana.

Benjamin J. Keele, Research and Instructional Services Librarian, Ruth Lilly Law Library, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana.

“Whoops, the Page is Gone!”: Investigating Internet Citation Practices of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

Mary Godfrey-Rickards, Asst. Director of Technical Services, The City University of New York School of Law

1:45 - 2:45 (panel 6)

Moderator: Anne Klinefelter, Henry P. Brandis Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Law Library, University of North Carolina School of Law

Source Citation in Legal Bibliography and its Impact on Research: A Comparative Examination of the United States and Germany

Jennifer Allison, Research Librarian for Foreign, Comparative, and International Law and Instructional Design, Harvard Law School Library.

Citations to Foreign Law and the Roberts Court

Dr Cynthia Boyer, Institut Maurice Hauriou (Université Toulouse Capitole), France

Citation Stickiness and Computer-Assisted Legal Research

Aaron S. Kirschenfeld, Digital Initiatives Law Librarian and Clinical Associate Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Alexa Z. Chew, Clinical Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

3:00-4:30 (panel 7)

Moderator: Michael Chiorazzi, Associate Dean for Information Services; Dean’s Distinguished Director, Law Library and Lecturer in Law, University of Miami School of Law

A Century of Citation in the Florida Supreme Court

Jane O’Connell, Associate Dean for Legal Information, University of Florida Levin College of Law

Elizabeth Hilkin, Assistant Director for Public Services, University of Florida Levin College of Law

The Evolution of Citation Analysis as a Tool for Caselaw Research

Thomas Keefe, Reference Librarian, Loyola University Chicago School of Law Library

The Unintended Consequences of Unintentional Datasets

Amanda Watson, Director of the O’Quinn Law Library, Assistant Professor, University of Houston Law Center

Garbage In, Garbage Out: Improving Citators through Improved Citations,

Andrew Martineau, University of Minnesota Law Library.

 

Updated Date: 
Monday, March 29, 2021