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Searchable Bibliography of UW Law Faculty Publications Is Now Online

From UW Law School News:

A searchable bibliography for locating articles and books written by University of Wisconsin Law School faculty is now up on the Law School Web site. The search form is at

http://law.wisc.edu/research/bibliography/.

The directory is searchable by author, subject, title, and keywords. "We hope it showcases the varied scholarship of our faculty," says UW Law Library Faculty Services Librarian Cheryl O'Connor, a member of the committee that produced the new service.

The bibliography is still a work in progress, O'Connor says. "Our goal is to make it retrospective for each faculty member and to add more citations from emeritus professors as well as those faculty no longer affiliated with the UW."

O'Connor adds a thank-you to the many contributors to the project. "In addition to the fine work done by our IT staff," she says, "Virginia Meier, Steven Weber and Nate Dau-Schmidt of the Law Library staff did much of the data verification and entry. Associate Dean for Research Kathryn Hendley should be applauded for her efforts to keep this project on task as well as her vision for the format, and Sue Sawatske for her invaluable assistance."