#SLAtalk Roundup: SJSU Student Group Takes Over!

On November 19, the SLA Student Group at San Jose State University’s iSchool led our Twitter chat discussion. Using Twitter handle @SJSU_SLA, the vice president of the group, Basia Delawska-Elliott, managed an expert panel for an “Ask a Law Librarian” session.

To see the Storify summary of the chat, click here.

Kudos to our expert panelists for the “Ask a Law Librarian” #SLAtalk Twitter chat:

Kate Irwin-Smiler
Reference Librarian
Wake Forest University School of Law
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA

Tracy Z. Maleeff
Library Resources Manager
Duane Morris LLP
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Philip Mullen
Library and Information Services Manager
K&L Gates
Sydney, Australia

Kim Nayyer
Librarian, Diana M Priestly Law Library
Instructor, Legal Research and Writing
University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Eve Ross
Legal Information Professional
McNair Law Firm
Columbia, South Carolina, USA

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