This past weekend I was fortunate to attend the American Association of Law Libraries 105th annual conference. On Sunday morning, I gave a presentation to a special interest section entitled "Law Libraries, Government Transparency, and the Internet," where I discussed the important role that law libraries can play in making the government more open and transparent.
After the talk, there were many requests for copies of my slides, so I'm publishing them here. (There are a few errors arising from publishing them online, but nothing serious.) I'm also happy to make available the underlying files.