INDIANA LEGAL RESEARCH, Carolina Academic Press (forthcoming, 2022).
Beyond the Citation Count: Alternative Methods for Measuring Scholarly Impact, for “The Role of Citation in the Law: A Symposium at the Yale Law Library” [forthcoming 2022].
On the Ground: Real World Solutions: From Start to Finish: Tips from an Imperfect but Aspiring Writer, 26 AALL SPECTRUM 36-38 (Sept./Oct. 2021). [HeinOnline]
Understanding & Tracking Presidential Transitions, 43 THE CRIV SHEET 10-12 (Feb. 2021).
CRIV Sheet Summaries: A Review of AALL Annual Meeting Education Programs - Legal Ethics in the Use of Artificial Intelligence, 43 THE CRIV SHEET 12-13 (Nov. 2020).
CRIV Sheet Summaries: A Review of AALS Programming, 42 THE CRIV SHEET 6-7 (Feb. 2020).
Analyzing Analytics: Litigation Analytics in Bloomberg Law, Westlaw Edge, and Lexis Advance, 42 THE CRIV SHEET 9-11 (Feb. 2020).
Memorializing the Right to Free Speech: Hess v. Indiana and the IU Bicentennial, 32 InULA NOTES 22-24 (Dec. 2019).
Thinking on Your Feet: Reflections of a First-Time Online Instructor, 25 PERSPECTIVES: TEACHING LEGAL AND WRITING 114 (2017).
Commonality through Diversity: Reflections on the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries, 27 InULA NOTES 2 (Fall 2015).
A Conversation with John Bean, 26 InULA NOTES 6 (Spring 2014).
Meet the New(ish) Librarians, 26 InULA NOTES 20 (Fall 2014).
Tweeted Out: Management Tools to Prevent Social Media from Monopolizing Your Time, 18 AALL Spectrum 14 (Mar. 2014). [HeinOnline]
Degree Pedigree: Assessing the Effect of Degree-Granting Institutions’ Ranks on Prospective Employment at Academic Law Libraries (with Michael Johnson), 104 LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL 553 (2012). [HeinOnline]
"Free" Access to Government Information: How the Current Budget Crisis May Affect Government Publishing and Access to Government Information, 39 DOCUMENTS TO THE PEOPLE 26 (Winter 2011). [HeinOnline]
Working With Non-Law School Patrons, in INTRODUCTION TO LAW LIBRARIANSHIP (Zanada Joyner and Cas Laskowski, eds.) (2021).
Book Review. Hess, Amanda Nichols, Modular Online Learning Design: A Flexible Approach for Diverse Learning Needs, RIPS-SIS LEGAL RESEARCH TEXT REVIEWS (2021).
Book Review. Stolker, Carel, Rethinking the Law School: Education, Research, Outreach and Governance, 108 LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL 307 (2016). [HeinOnline]
Book Review. Epstein, Lee, et. al., The Behavior of Federal Judges: A Theoretical and Empirical Studey of Rational Choice, 105 LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL 370 (2013). [HeinOnline]
Book Review. Hoffman, Marci and Mary Rumsey, International and Foreign Legal Research: A Coursebook, American Association of Law Libraries, Research, Instruction, and Patron Services Special Interest Section, 2013.
Break into Tax: Tax Concepts & Contexts Explained -- Breaking into Tax (by Leandra Lederman and Allison Christians) is a video series on YouTube featuring Professors Lederman and Christians, "two seasoned tax profs, here to break down tax-related concepts."
Sources of Tax Authority (with Leandra Lederman) (Jan. 17, 2022).
The RIPS Law Librarian Blog -- The RIPS Law Librarian Blog is published by the Research, Instruction, and Patron Services Special Interest Section (RiPS-SIS) of the American Association of Law Libraries.
Ready, Set, Go! Summer Preparedness for Law Students (Apr. 11, 2017).
Learning Theories and Law: Behaviorism, Cognitivism, Construction (Mar. 14, 2017).
Teaching During Transition (Jan. 17, 2017).
Charting a New Course: A Foray into Instructional Design (Oct. 18, 2016).
Staying Organized in a Disorganized World (Sept. 22, 2016).
Tackling the Many and Various Problems of Scholarship Preservation (Feb. 29, 2016).
Legal Research "Junk Drawer," or, Advanced Factual Research (June 2, 2015).
Call for Contributions: 2015 RIPS Teach-In Kit (Jan. 13, 2015).
Ms JD -- Ms JD is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to the success of women in law school and in the legal profession.
Research Makeover: Keeping Up and Staying Current (Dec. 11, 2014).
Research Makeover: When Legal Research & the Model Rules Collide (Sept. 5, 2014).
Research Makeover: Digging into Government Websites (July 4, 2014).
Research Makeover: Puzzling Through Legislative Histories (May 5, 2014).
Research Makeover: Judge and Jurify (Apr. 4, 2014).
Research Makeover: Unravelling Ravel Law (Feb. 4, 2014).
Research Makeover: The Overlooked Lawyering Skill (Jan. 3, 2014).
Hiring Librarians -- invited guest blogger