Wednesday, 3rd December 2014
Elizabeth Geesey Holmes
My Favourite Tipples are shared by Elizabeth Geesey Holmes, director of library services at the law firm of Partridge Snow & Hahn. She shares some of her favourite online resources in areas from specialist legal sources to STM document delivery and the Timehop app.
The resources I've selected below are ones I consult frequently in my role as a law firm librarian. I am responsible for the management of my firm's library and research resources in all formats, and do research for attorneys, paralegals and for our marketing department. In addition to these work-related sites I've also highlighted an app that I use just for fun.
An article in FreePint which I found particularly interesting:
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