News and Events: LLNE Spring Meeting 2000

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LLNE Annual Spring Meeting will be held Friday, March 17, 2000 at Yale Law School, 127 Wall Street, New Haven. You will soon receive the mailing with meeting details. The registration form is to be returned to Mary Jane Kelsey with your check for $85 by March 10. It would be helpful for planning if you would email her as soon as you know you will be attending. Lunch will be a vegetarian pasta entre, salad and dessert. If you require a vegan meal, please let Mary Jane Kelsey know.

For hotel information see

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM   Room 120 Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM   Room 113 Executive Board Meeting
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM   Room 127 General Business Meeting
9:30 AM - 9:40 AM   Room 127 Welcome & Opening Remarks

Kate Stith, Deputy Dean and Lafayette S. Foster Professor of Law, Yale Law School
9:40 AM -10:45 AM  Room 127 Program: Legal Education: Past & Future

Bonnie Collier, Associate Librarian for Administration, Lillian Goldman Library,        
     Yale Law School, Moderator
Robert W. Gordon, Fred A. Johnston Professor of Law, Yale Law School
Karen S. Beck, Legal Reference Librarian, Boston College Law Library
Ethan Katsh, Professor of Legal Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
10:45 A.M.-11:15 A.M   Room 120 Break
11:15 A.M.-12:15 P.M   Library Tours
12:30 P.M.-1:45 P.M   Law School Dining Hall Lunch

Speaker: Karl T. Gruben, Director of Firm Libraries, Vinson & Elkins LLP,          
      Secretary, AALL
2:00 P.M.-3:15 P.M.   Room 127 Program: Collection Management: Past, Present & Future

Morris L. Cohen, Professor Emeritus of Law and Professorial Lecturer in Law,  
     Yale Law School,
Moderator Kent McKeever, Director of the Law Library, Arthur W. Diamond
     Law Library, Columbia University
S. Blair Kauffman, Law Librarian and Professor of Law, Yale Law School
Danuta A. Nitecki, Associate University Librarian, Yale University Library
 3:15 P.M.-   Room 120 Cookies & Juice To Go & Library Tours

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Entertainment in New Haven

For a map of downtown New Haven

To find out what's scheduled at Yale see the Yale Bulletin and Calendar

For a map of the campus and the main Yale home page

The Yale Repertory Theatre (known as the Yale Rep) will be presenting Richard III The Rep is an easy walk from the downtown hotels.

The Long Wharf Theatre will be presenting Black Forest by Frank Giardina, "A marvelously funny and acute look at the fiendish complexity of academia" The Long Wharf Theatre is on Sargent Drive at Exit 46 I-95 . This is a short drive from downtown hotels.

The Shubert Theatre on College Street is presenting the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band on the 17th
The Shubert is a short walk from the downtown hotels.

New Haven Symphony Orchestra Pak Conducts Mahler March 16
Jung-Ho Pak, conductor.  Featuring: Scriabin Symphony No. 4 (Poem of Ecstasy) Mahler Symphony No. 6 (Tragic). The concert will be held at Woolsey Hall on the Yale campus on the corner of Grove and College. This is a 10-15 minute walk from the downtown hotels.

The New Haven Advocate is a good source for info on the club scene and what'd doing generally with all sorts of entertainment.

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New Haven Dining Guide

Excerpted from: Connecticut Magazine dining guide  for New Haven County (full listing & abbreviations key at
New Haven Advocate's dining guide (full listing at


Amalfi Grille   196 Crown St., New Haven, CT  203-777-4745   Fine, fancy dining downtown. Close to Shubert Theater.   Price range: $10 to $20 (average meal/person, w/o drinks) Credit card info not available. Handicapped access info not available.

Anna Liffey's  17 Whitney Ave., New Haven, CT  203-773-1776   Voted Best New Bar in New Haven, 1998 New Haven Advocate Readers' Poll. Anna Liffey's offers a hearty pub lunch, Guinness on tap & simple, tasty Irish dinners. Price range: Information not available. Plastic: V/MC/AMEX   Handicapped access: no

Atticus Bookstore-Cafe 1082 Chapel St., New Haven, CT   203-776-4040  Good coffee, daily soup & sandwiches, pastries, variety of breads, books, cards. Street parking.  Handicapped accessible. Open daily 8 a.m.-midnight. Price range: less than $10 (average meal/person, w/o drinks) Plastic: V/MC/AMEX. Handicapped access: yes

Bangkok Gardens  172 York St., New Haven, CT   203-789-8684  Well-regarded Thai food with great people-watching across from the Yale Rep. Some vegetarian  offerings. Catering available, free delivery with $50 minimum. Street parking. Mon.-Thurs.  11:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m., Sat. noon-11 p.m., Sun. noon-10 p.m.  Price range: $10 to $20 (average meal/person, w/o drinks)  Plastic: V/MC/AMEX/Diners.  Handicapped access: yes

Bentara Malaysian Restaurant  76 Orange St., New Haven, CT 203-562-2511 Spicy Malaysian cuisine now in downtown's Ninth Square. Don't skip the shaved ice dessert.   Street parking. Sun.-Thurs. 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. & 5-11 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  & 5 p.m.-midnight.  Price range: $10 to $20 (average meal/person, w/o drinks)   Plastic: V/MC/AMEX/Diners.  Handicapped access: yes

Caffe Adulis 228 College St., New Haven, CT,  203-777-5081  Ethiopian. The College St. fixture serves international beers & martinis. Occasional jazz & pop  entertainment. Street parking. 7 days, closed holidays.  Price range: $10 to $20 (average meal/person, w/o drinks).  Plastic: V/MC/AMEX.  Handicapped access: yes

Galileo's  Omni New Haven Hotel, 155 Temple St., New Haven, 203-974-6859. Enjoy a bird's-eye view of New Haven while dining on crispy, seared sea  scallops or rack of lamb. Finish with hazelnut-chocolate bread pudding. L (Mon.-Sat.) D LS SB, $$$. Plastic: AE, MC, V, DC. S/NS. R (recommended). WA * (12/98)

Pika Tapas Cafe 39 High St., New Haven, 203-865-1933. Blond wood tables and mural-covered walls set the scene for this hip take on a Spanish classic. Pika Tapas serves up fine finger foods, and the selection is almost as eclectic as the art. Choose from appetizers like grilled baby squid, mussels  steamed with white beans and baked goat cheese with parsley bread. EntrE9es include roasted pork tenderloin and paella. Open daily. L (Wed.-Sat.) D LS, $1/2. Plastic:  AE, DC, MC, V.  S/NS, WA (11/98)

Roomba    1044 Chapel St.   New Haven    203-562-7666  Nuevo Latino cooking.. Everything's delicious so you can't really go wrong. Highlights:  empanadas filled with eggplant, tetilla cheese and mushrooms, coconut shrimp with mango horseradish salsa, roasted lamb loin with mojo de ajo, roasted duck with a tamarind  glaze, and chocolate guava lava. Elise Maclay

Scoozi Trattoria and Wine Bar 1104 Chapel St., New Haven, CT  203-776-8268  Nouvelle Italian in the heart of downtown New Haven. Dine under the stars on an outdoor patio with live jazz bands or sip wine surrounded by artwork. Attentive staff.   Price range: $10 to $20 (average meal/person, w/o drinks).  Plastic: V/MC/AMEX/DISC.    Handicapped access: yes

Samurai Restaurant   230 College St., New Haven, CT    203-562-6766  Elegant dining across from the Shubert, open late on theater nights. Multi-floor seating. Price range: Information not available.  Credit card info not available.  Handicapped access info not available.

Templeton's at the New Haven Hotel  229 George St., New Haven, 203-498-3222. The downtown ambience and proximity to theaters are key here. Try the rack of New Zealand lamb. Piano player Fri. and Sat. nights. Open daily. B L D LS, $$$. Plastic: AE, DC, DIS, MC, V. E. R. S/NS. WA

The Union League Cafe 1032 Chapel St., New Haven, 203-562-4299. Reminiscent of a Paris brasserie, this cafE9 boasts high ceilings, starched   tablecloths and a host of delectable French specialties. Lobster salad, lamb tenderloin and roasted breast of duck are highly recommended. Open daily. L (Mon.-Fri.) D, $$. Plastic: AE, DC, MC, V. R. S/NS. WA

Zinc  964 Chapel Street  203-624-0507 American  International/Ecclectic  Dinner  Reservations Accepted  Bar/Lounge  Smoking Section Wheelchair Access  Private Rooms Available. Lunch.  Major Credit Cards Healthy/Vegetarian Choice Micro-Brew  Take Out Available

Wooster Street Area

A short drive from the downtown hotels and worth it if you're looking for good Italian food.

Alto Basso 232 Wooster St., New Haven, 203-865-1109. The name means tall and short, and it describes the two owners, Culinary Institute of America  graduates, who will entice you with upscale cuisine featuring lobster ravioli and flash-seared Angus beef carpaccio. An extensive wine list is offered. Closed  Mon. L (Tues.-Fri.) D, $$. Plastic: AE, CB, DC, MC, V. R. S/NS. WA ** (4/99)

Frank Pepe Pizzeria 157 Wooster St., New Haven, 203-865-5762. THE SPOT, 163 Wooster St., New Haven, 203-865-7602. While world-famous clam pizza is the standout at these Wooster Street landmarks, many other varieties, including the white broccoli and white spinach pies, are also well worth the usually long wait. Beer only. Closed Tues. Best Pizza--Statewide (Frank Pepe Pizzeria). L (Fri. & Sat.) D, $. Plastic: NC. NS. WA

Sally's Apizza 237 Wooster St., New Haven, 203-624-5271. Sally's is a New Haven institution, serving world-class pizza baked in a coal oven that  imparts a delicious smoky flavor to every bite. Whatever you order, get one to take home. Beer only. Closed Mon. Best Pizza (runner-up)--Statewide. D LS, $. Plastic: NC. R. WA

Mary Jane Kelsey
Associate Director for Technical Services
Lillian Goldman Library at Yale Law School
127 Wall Street
P.O. Box 208326
New Haven CT 06520-8326

203.432.1603 phone
203.432.7940 fax

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