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Infiltrate and Conquer: Showing the World What Librarians Can Do

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 December 2015

Abstract

Infiltrate and Conquer … looks at how librarians might take inspiration from outside of their profession to gain greater visibility and influence within their own workplaces. The piece is a mixture of experiences: from the author, Emily Allbon, from others who have left the profession but who use those skills in other careers, and also from some librarians outside of law. The focus here is on why, and indeed how, to forge partnerships and encourage collaboration with others inside and outside of your profession. The author's Lawbore website and associated technologies will be discussed throughout the article.

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Selection of Papers from the Biall Conference 2015
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Copyright © The Author(s) 2015. Published by British and Irish Association of Law Librarians 

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