March 7, 2002
Register for the Teaching Research in Academic Law Libraries Conference, which will be held July 18-19 in Orlando, Fla., prior to AALL's Annual Meeting.
TRIALL is a professional development opportunity that targets academic law librarians and their evolving roles in legal education. Developed by active AALL academic law librarians, the TRIALL program will address current issues faced each day in your institution.
Through a variety of interactive, participatory and problem-solving sessions, conference attendees will learn about needs assessment, curriculum and materials preparation, and evaluation tools. Attendees will also have an opportunity to practice their presentation skills and network with both faculty and students.
Applications will be accepted through April 5. Enrollment is limited to 30 participants to maximize the learning and sharing of information. There is no registration fee to attend the TRIALL Conference.
The application and additional information about the conference is now available at
The conference is sponsored by the LexisNexis™ Librarian Relations Group in conjunction with the American Association of Law Libraries and AALL's Professional Development Committee.
For more information about the TRIALL Conference, please contact AALL Education Manager Mary Jawgiel.