SNELLA's Obiter Dicta
SNELLA Spring 2002 Program
March 22, 2002
Quinnipiac Law School
Registration-Coffee 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Program 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Librarians as Leaders:
What Lies Within?
Leadership – many librarians do not describe themselves as such yet we all possess leadership skills.
Join us for a dynamic workshop on Librarians as Leaders. Discover what skills you already possess and how to utilize them to become a pivotal authority in information management within your business entity.
State Law Librarian
Virginia State Law Library
Cost $20.00 – includes workshop and lunch
Registration Deadline March 15, 2002
Please return the below registration form and payment (made out to SNELLA) to:
Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Libraries
100 Washington Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Education Committee: Claudia Jalowka
Placement Committee: Janet Zigadto
Publications Committee: Lawrence Cheeseman
Public Relations Chair: Steve Mirsky
Scholarship Committee: Sandee Molden
Technology Committee: Mary Scott
Public Relations/ CBA Liaison/ AALL Relations Liaison: Dottie McCaughtry
| SNELLA Scholarship
In order to promote continuing education among its members, the Southern New England Law Librarians' Association maintains a Scholarship Fund. From the resources of that fund, the Association awards scholarships to its members to help make possible attendance at meetings and institutes which entail a registration fee. All members area encouraged to apply.
Scholarships will be considered for these educational meetings of which SNELLA is a sponsor or cosponsor, for the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries, and for institutes of continuing legal or library science education sponsored by professional associations or educational institutions.
Applicants must complete the standard SNELLA Scholarship application. The application must be received by the Chairman of the Committee one month before the meeting/institute.
Below is an application form.
SNELLA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
10. If you are applying for a SNELLA scholarship for the AALL annual meeting or for an institute of continuing legal or library science education please submit a 400-500 word essay describing your interest in law libraries and law librarianship.
If I receive a SNELLA Award, and if for any reason I cannot attend (or my employer decides to pay all or a portion of my expenses), I shall return the award money (or the unused portion thereof) to the Chair of the SNELLA Scholarship Committee.
Please return to:Sandee Molden/ Cohen & Wolf/ 1115 Broad Street/ Bridgeport, CT 06604