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May ’08 botms: Stanford Law librarians

Happy [w:May Day] (whether you observe [w:International Workers’ Day] or the lesser known [w:Loyalty Day])!!

This month we have a special treat for you: a group of law librarians from Stanford have agreed to be group bloggers-of-the-month for May, 2008. The group includes Paul Lomio, Brian Provenzale, Erika Wayne, Kate Wilko, and George Wilson — see the Stanford Law Librarians’ bios for more on what they do and where their interests lie. We’re really looking forward to reading what’s on the minds of these good folks.

Thanks also to Frank Lester, our BOTM for April, 2008! Below is the recap of the threads that Frank got started.

Remember, if you’re interested in taking a turn at the BOTM podium, please email us at admin AT freegovinfo DOT info.

Take it away Stanford Law Librarians!!

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