Volume 102, Number 2 includes this great set of general articles:
- Cornerstones of Law Libraries for an Era of Digital-Plus / John Palfrey
- Time to Blossom: An Inquiry into Bloom's Taxonomy as a Hierarchy and Means for Teaching Ordered Legal Research Skills / Paul D. Callister
- The Relevance of Results Generated by Human Indexing and Computer Algorithms: A Study of West's Headnotes and Key Numbers and LexisNexis's Headnotes and Topics / Susan Nevelow Mart
- The Universe of Thinkable Thoughts Versus the Facts of Empirical Research / Joseph A. Custer
- Copyright Provisions in Law Journal Publication Agreements / Benjamin J. Keele
This issue also includes an interesting exchange between Phillip Gragg and Christine L. Sellers in their 'Back and Forth ...' column on Twitter. Other regular features include Mary Wishner learning from reference practice and Darla W. Jackson thinking about technology tools.