AALL News

Nominations Sought for the Andrews Award

The Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award is given each year in recognition of a significant contribution to legal bibliographical literature. The work may be a book, article, pamphlet, or publication in another form. It does not have to be written by a law librarian or a member of AALL.

To nominate a work, please provide its citation and a brief description to Deanna Barmakian, barm@law.harvard.edu. It is not necessary to submit a copy of the item. Only works published during the 2002 calendar year will be eligible for consideration. The award is presented at the AALL Annual Meeting Luncheon. For more information, and a list of previous winners, see http://www.aallnet.org/about/award_jla.asp

2003 AALL Annual Meeting/Workshop Grants

The AALL Grants Committee is now accepting applications for grants for the 2003 AALL Annual Meeting/Workshops. The AALL Grants Program provides financial assistance to newer law librarians or graduate school students who hold promise of future involvement in AALL and the law library profession. Funds are provided by vendors, AALL and AALL individual members. Grants cover registration costs at either the Annual Meeting or Workshops. Preference is given to newer members of AALL or its chapters who are active participants in the association or one of its chapters. For additional information, including the application form, see http://www.aallnet.org/services/grant_application.asp The deadline for applications is April 1, 2003.


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