KCLL BLOGS

Ross’ Ref Q’s – Get rid of criminal records

We get a lot of reference questions at the King County Law Library. The refrain goes that because we aren’t ...
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FROM THE DIRECTOR: APRIL 2022

The Lies of Executive Order 9066 Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director, King County Law Library February 19, 2022 marked the 80th ...
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FROM THE DIRECTOR: MARCH 2022

Wait! That’s Mine: Getting Stuff Back with Replevin By Barbara Engstrom and Stephen Seely For attorneys, replevin is likely not ...
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Ross’ Ref Q’s – How do I sue the President?

We get a lot of reference questions at the King County Law Library. The refrain goes that because we aren’t ...
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FROM THE DIRECTOR: FEBRUARY 2022

Open the Pod Bay Doors HAL Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director, King County Law Library While the public patron computers at ...
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FROM THE DIRECTOR: JANUARY 2022

Fighting Word(s): Using Microsoft Word More Effectively in Your Law Practice Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director, King County Law Library There ...
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FROM THE DIRECTOR: NOVEMBER 2021

Ransomware Attacks and Your Practice Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director, King County Law Library Ransomware attacks on Colonial Pipeline, JBS (the ...
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FROM THE DIRECTOR: OCTOBER 2021

Keeping Up with the Law Librarians Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director, King County Law Library Yes, Keeping up with the Kardashians ...
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From the Director: August 2021

Climate Change and Your Law Practice Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director, King County Law Library In the past, a climate change ...
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From the Director: March 2021

Let the Law Library be Your Alexa Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director, King County Law Library Imagine having a remote assistant ...
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From the Director: February 2021

Skip Tracing: What It Is and How to Do It Ethically Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director King County Law Library with ...
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From the Director: January 2021

Contact Tracing: Tracking Legislation in Washington State in a Pandemic Session Barbara Engstrom, Executive Director King County Law Library While ...
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