Programs of Value to Academic Law Librarians


“It was very inspiring to see how dedicated and passionate law librarians are regarding government information. It was one of the best conference experiences I have ever had the opportunity to attend. I returned home with a renewed appreciation for the field of law librarianship and eyes on when I can attend my next AALL conference.”

- Suzanne Sears, University of North Texas Libraries

The following programs and events have been identified as being of particular value to law librarians working in academic settings.

2014 Diversity Symposium: The Faces of Immigration (sponsored by LexisNexis)

The Accidental Archivist: Creating Archives on a Shoestring Budget

Libguide Guidance: Innovative Uses for Libguides

Building Grit, Tenacity, and Perseverance While Teaching Legal Research

Innovation the Google Way: Implementing Google's 80/20 Program in Your Library

Hip Tips for the Acquisitions Librarian

Distinguished Lectureship Program: What We Know and How We Think About It

Finding Common Ground: Linking Law Student Learning with Law Firm Research Needs

Deep Dive: Inventing the New Classroom

Advocacy for Everyone: Get That Funding, Get That Program Rolling, and Get That Bill Passed

Recharge: Making Meetings Work

Hot Topic: Deans and Directors Roundtable: Reinventing Law School Libraries for a Digital Age

Learning to Lead Yourself and Others Through the Unexpected

Demonstrative Evidence, Courtroom Technology, and Trial Practice

Orbis Cascade Alliance Summit: A Library Management Service Model for the Future

Perfecting Your Elevator Pitch

Success in the City Council: Thoughts on a Successful Bid for Equality

Ditch PowerPoint and Pick Prezi for Your Presentations

Deep Dive: The Life Cycle of the Employment Relationship, from Hiring to Firing

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Celebrating Its 50th Anniversary

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