Professor Marsha Baum

Marsha Baum


Books

Internet Surf & Turf Revealed: The Essential Guide to Copyright, Fair Use, and Finding Media (with Barbara Waxer) (Thomson-Course Technology 2005).

When Nature Strikes: Weather Disasters & the Law (Praeger/Greenwood 2007).

Copyright on the Internet Illustrated: Essentials (with Barbara Waxer) (Thompson Course Technology 2006).

Articles

The World of Legal Information: Sources and Strategies (edit and write for column on legal research and technology issues published in New Mexico Bar Journal, (2001-2003).

Teachable Moments for Students … Ten Tips for Moving Beyond the Brick Wall in the Legal Research Process, 10 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 20 (2001).

Law on the Internet: Unauthorized Practice or Public Access? published in Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference Law and Technology LawTech 2000 (San Francisco, CA: October 2000). With Antoinette Sedillo Lopez.

American Constitution-Making: The Neglected State Constitutional Sources, 27 Hastings Const. L. Q. 199 (2000). With Christian G. Fritz.

A Partnership with the Bar: A Law Library's Experience in Taking a Leadership Role in CLE Training on Legal Research, 10(3) Trends in Law Libr. Mgmt. 1 (Aug. 1999).

Legal Ethics and the Internet, 5 Bar J. (State Bar of N.M.), Fall 1999, at 27.

Research on the World Wide Web for Lawyers, 5 Bar J. (State Bar of N.M.), Fall 1999, at 16 (co-authored with Robert A. Mead).

The UNM Law Library in Transition: Into the 21st Century, 5 Bar J. (State Bar of N.M.), Fall 1999, at 11.

Why Should I Go Onto the Internet? 5 Bar J. (State Bar of N.M.), Fall 1999, at 13.

Unsolicited Merchandise: Gift or Sale? 20(3) Libr. Acquisitions: Prac. & Theory 301 (1996).

Prospects and Problems for Developing a South Carolina Legal Information Network: A Report and Recommendations, S.C. Att'y Gen. & S.C. Budget & Control Board (Aug. 1995) (co-authored with Robert V. Williams).

Baum on Copyright-Fair Use: Some Thoughts, 6 Against the Grain 13 (Nov. 1994).

AALL Government Documents, SIS Report on Depository Library Program Restructuring (Aug. 20, 1993) (primary drafter).

Federal Sentencing Guidelines: A Selective Bibliography, 26 Crim. L. Bull. 84 (Jan.-Feb. 1990).

The Index to Legal Periodicals on CD-ROM, Wilsondisc, 1 Trends in L. Libr. Mgmt. & Tech. 4 (Nov. 1987).

Guide to Minnesota State Documents and Selected Law-Related Materials, AALL Government Documents SIS State Documents Bibliography Series (1986) (prepared with Mary Ann Nelson).

CIS U.S. Serial Set, 1789-1969: What it is and How to use it, 6 UMLL in a Nutshell 3 (Apr.-May 1986).

Selected Law Associations in Minnesota, 12 MALL Newsl. 12 (Mar.-Apr. 1986) (co-authored with Susanne Nevin).

U.S. Documents: Access to a Valuable Resource, 6 UMLL in a Nutshell 3 (Feb.-Mar. 1986).

Book Reviews

Book Review, 7 UMLL in a Nutshell 2 (Oct.-Nov. 1986) (reviewing recent acquisitions).

Published Presentations

Connecting Digitization and Reorganization: Restructuring the Documents Department to Accommodate Electronic Digitization/Preservation Projects [audiotape] (Orlando, FL: American Association of Law Libraries, duplicated by Mobiltape, 2002). Taped presentation at AALL 95th Annual Meeting.

Audio tape: The Tension Between Librarians and Legal Writing Instructors, 88th Annual Meeting of American Association of Law Libraries, Pittsburgh, Pa. (Mobiltape 1995).

Audio tape: State Documents: The Ignored Element of Law Library Collection Development, 85th Annual Meeting of American Association of Law Libraries, San Francisco, Cal. (Mobiltape 1992).