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Law Librarians of New England

a chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries

Resources
Member Bibliography: Presentations

Nanette Balliot

Introduction to "Free" Internet Research, Presentation at the Rhode Island Bar Association Annual Meeting, June (2001) (with Lucinda Harrison-Cox)

The Internet and Legal Research, Presentation at the Rhode Island Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Program, May (1999). (with Lucinda Harrison-Cox)

Jon Cavicchi

Not Using CALR Technology: Ethical and Liability Risks, Presentation at the New Hampshire Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Concord, NH, May 17, 2005.

Diane D'Angelo

Legal Research and the Internet, Presentation before the 7th Annual Paralegal Conference, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA, June 17, 2005 (with Susan Vaughn).

Robert DeFabrizio

Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web, National Business Institute, Presentation held in Waltham, MA, October 2007. (With Brian Flaherty).

Brian Flaherty

Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web, National Business Institute, Presentation held in Waltham, MA, October 2007. (With Robert DeFabrizio).

Across The Great Divide: III As The Bridge Between Technical And Public Services, Address Before the New England Innovative Law Users Group Annual Meeting, Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA, (October 4, 2002).

Kathy Fletcher

Fact Research on the Web, Presentation at the New Hampshire Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Concord, NH, May 17, 2005. (with Roberta Woods)

Hilary Frye

Life in the Briar Patch: creating a copyright comfort zone for ourselves, Seminar presentation for Connecticut public and academic librarians at the Connecticut State Library's Middletown Service Center, CT, November 30, 2005.

The Library is an Exceptional Place; Advanced Copyright Law for Librarians, Seminar presented to Connecticut State Librarians at the Van Block Conference Center, Hartford, CT, January 27, 28 and 31st, 2005.

Sources of Genealogy in Legislative Documents, Presentation to the Connecticut Professional Genealogists Council, June 6, 2002.

Sources of Genealogy in the Law Collection, Presentation to the Connecticut Professional Genealogists Council, May 2, 2002.

Special Legislative Histories, Presentation to the Connecticut Trial Court Librarians, October 12, 2000.

Finding Information, Workshop at the 18th Annual Lobbying Conference at the Harry Gray Conference Center, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT, October 21, 1999.

There Oughta Be A Law: How to Gather Information, Organize and Lobby as a Grassroots Association, Presentation at the Lymphedema Awareness Day at Waterbury Hospital, May 1, 1999.

Finding Information, Workshop at the 16th Annual Lobbying Conference at the Harry Gray Conference Center, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT, October 21, 1997.

Connecticut Legislative History, Presentation at the Connecticut Library Association Annual Conference, April 23, 1996.

Connecticut Regulations, Presentation at the Central Connecticut Association of Legal Assistants Annual Conference, April 29, 1996.

Connecticut Legislative Histories: A Special Collection at CSL, Presentation to the Eastern Connecticut Library Association in Willimantic, CT, December 7, 1995.

Judith Gire

Regular, Special and Premium Ways to Validate your Research in 2005, Presentation at the New Hampshire Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Concord, NH, May 17, 2005.

Lucinda Harrison-Cox

The 1906 World, Panel presentation at American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting (July, 2006)(with Carol Billings, Beth Chamberlain, Stacy Etheredge, Kurt X. Metzmeier, and Mark W. Podvia).

Conflict Resolution, Presentation at the New England Library Association Annual Conference, October (2002).

Introduction to "Free" Internet Research, Presentation at the Rhode Island Bar Association Annual Meeting, June (2001) (with Nanette Balliot)

The Internet and Legal Research, Presentation at the Rhode Island Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Program, May (1999). (with Nanette Balliot)

Christine Hepler

Find It Free and Fast On The Net: Strategies For Legal Research On The Web. National Business Institute, Continuing Legal Education Program, Portland, Maine March 5, 2007.

Internet Legal Research for the Maine Practitioner, Maine State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Presentation, Freeport, Maine December 14, 2006.

Internet Legal Research for the Maine Practitioner. Co-presenter at the Maine State Bar Association Annual Summer Meeting, Rockland, Maine June 21, 2006.

Janet C. Katz

Introduction to the American Legal System, Presentation at the Joint Study Institute of the American Association of Law Libraries, the British and Irish Association of Law Librarians, the Canadian Association of Law Libraries/Association Canadienne des Bibliothèques de Droit, and the Australian Law Librarians' Group, Yale Law School, New Haven CT, (July 12, 2000). (With Filippa Marullo Anzalone).

Targeted Outreach at Harvard Law School Library: The Faculty Liaison Program, Presentation at the Harvard University Librarians' Assembly, (December 8, 1999).

Cynthia R. Landau

Federal and State Statutory and Administrative Web Research, Presentation at the New Hampshire Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Concord, NH, May 17, 2005.

Elizabeth M. McKenzie

Reconsidering Depository Status, Presentation at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, (July 17, 2000).

Reconsidering Depository Status, Presentation at the 9th Annual Federal Depository Library Conference, (Oct. 25, 2000).

Cost-Effective Internet Searching, Presentation before the Association of Boston Law Librarians, Social Law Library, Boston, MA, (April 11, 2000, November 16, 2000 & December 5, 2000).

Library Guides in the Electronic Environment, Presentation before the Association of Boston Law Librarians, (Oct. 5, 1999).

A KeyCite Forum, Presentation before the Association of Boston Law Librarians, (November 10, 1998).

Marguerite Most

One Stop Shopping: Combining the Reference and Information Desks, Presentation to Access Service Interest Group (ASIG), of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), New England Chapter, (May, 2004).

Pat Newcombe

Service Alternatives–Imaginative Ways to Meet Your Customer Needs, Presentation at the LLNE Annual Fall Meeting, October 15, 2004.

Recent Federal Laws and Judicial Decisions: A Challenge for Libraries, Presentation at the Massachusetts Library Association Program, November 19, 2003.

The U.S.A. PATRIOT Act and Patron Privacy, Presentation at the Massachusetts Conference of Chief Librarians of Public Higher Education Institutions Annual Meeting, July 8, 2003.

Protecting Patron Privacy in the Age of Computers and the U.S.A. PATRIOT Act, Presentation at the Massachusetts Library Association Annual Meeting, May 2, 2003.

Internet Filtering and Public Libraries, Presentation at the Massachusetts Library Association Annual Meeting, June 2000.

Raquel M. Ortiz

Creative Ways to Use Your Law Degree, Presentation before the Massachusetts Bar Association, April 16, 2009.

Massachusetts Case Law and Citators, in Unlocking Massachusetts Legal Research, (Mary Ann Neary, ed., Boston, MA: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, June 7, 2005, June 13, 2006 & June 7, 2007)

  • Presented session on how to do case law research and how different electronic sources may be used for this purpose.

Case Law Research, in Accessing Electronic Sources, (Brian Harkins, ed., January 21, 2003).

  • Presented electronic resources for Massachusetts and federal case law research.

300 Ways to Use Your Law Degree: Career Options In and Out of the Law, Presentation before the Massachusetts Bar Association, (May 16, 2003 & Oct 21, 2004).

  • Spoke about law librarianship as an alternative career for lawyers.

Hands-on Internet Exploration, Presentation before the Association of New Hampshire Law Librarians meeting, (June 22, 2001).

  • Presentation on legal research on the Internet.

Massachusetts Case Law and Citators, in Conducting Massachusetts Legal Research, (Mary Ann Neary, ed., Boston, MA: Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Feb. 6, 2001, Aug. 1, 2002, Dec. 15, 2002).

  • Presented session on how to do case law research and how different electronic sources may be used for this purpose.

Hands-on Internet Exploration, Presentation before the Association of New Hampshire Law Librarians meeting, (June 22, 2001).

  • Presentation on legal research on the Internet.

Howard T. Senzel

Secrets in the Stacks: Rare Books in Small to Medium-Sized Libraries, Presentation at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, Legal History and Rare Books SIS, Indianapolis IN, (July 1996).

Barry Shanks

New Hampshire Case Law Research, Presentation at the New Hampshire Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Concord, NH, May 17, 2005

Susan Sullivan

New Structures/New Roles: Law Library Reorganizations. Presentation at the AALL Annual Meeting & Conference, July 2001 in Minneapolis, MN.

Do students need to know about the Internet for legal research? YES! Presentation at the 10th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, May 29-June 1, 2002 in Knoxville, Tennessee (with Irene Good)

Legal Research & the Google Generation: Update from Cyberspace. Presentation at the 12th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, June 7 - June 10, 2006 in Atlanta, Georgia (with Mary Ann Neary)

Tracy Thompson

Next Generation Library Systems, Presentation at the International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC) Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 16, 2008.

Next Generation Discovery: An Alternative to Traditional Federated Searching, Presentation at the Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium Colloquium, Los Angeles, CA, March 5, 2008.

Understanding Copyright Challenges in Licensing: What to Look for in Your Subscription Agreement, Presentation at the AALL Annual Meeting, July 2007.

New Challenges Demand New Skills: Negotiation 101 for Librarians, Presentation at the AALL Annual Meeting, July 2007.

Licensing 101 for Law Libraries, American Association of Law Libraries Webinar, June 22, 2007.

The Vale of Tiers, Presentation at the Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting, June 6, 2007.

Building the Perfect License, Presentation at the Virginia Association of Law Libraries (VALL) Chapter Meeting, Feb. 9, 2007.

Occupational Hazards on the New Frontier: How advances in technology both aid & injure the Pioneers!, Presentation at the AALL Annual Meeting, July 2006.

Give me Onebox, Presentation at the AALL Annual Meeting, July 2006.

Games We Don't Want to Play: Negotiating Electronic Resource Contracts, Presentation at the WestPac Chapter Meeting, Spring 2006.

AALL Annual Meeting - 2005 - Full day workshop - Electronic Resources from Acquisition to Access: Selecting, Negotiating, Licensing, Managing and Delivering E-content for Your Library.

Susan Vaughn

Legal Research and the Internet, Presentation before the 7th Annual Paralegal Conference, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, MA, June 17, 2005 (with Diane D'Angelo).

Roberta Woods

Fact Research on the Web, Presentation at the New Hampshire Bar Association's Continuing Legal Education Seminar, Concord, NH, May 17, 2005. (with Kathy Fletcher)

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