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Traveling evangelists and the library

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Library Law is doing some nice Q&A on their blog. This question caught my eye:

“May a public university stop a traveling evangelist from giving speeches on the grassy lawn outside the library?” Q&A is here.

Another question:

“If someone calls to see if a particular patron is in the library, are we allowed to tell them, or ask them to come to the phone? (We’re in a VERY small town – 3 traffic lights.) I know if worked in a drs. office, I wouldn’t be allowed to answer that question.” Q&A is here.

Law librarians also have to “answer” a lot of questions like these so it’s interesting to see how they are being answered here. Circumspection is the word 🙂

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