"My focus was to attend several programs in various categories such as: Technology; Leadership; and, specific areas of legal practice. Once my schedule was organized, I filled my spare time with visits to the Exhibit Hall, networking and attending programs outside of my checklist. I planned well and, in the end, was able to capture a wide variety of topics and events. I also had the opportunity to have lunch with our firm’s library director from New York. We had a great visit discussing AALL as well as some firm-related matters."
- Deidra Golden Mulligan, Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP
The following programs and events have been identified as being of particular value to law librarians working in private/law firm settings.
PLL-SIS Summit: The Voice of the Client
Techniques for Electronic Resource Management (TERMS): From Coping to Best Practices
Vendor Shootout at the Alamo: Current Awareness Tools
Deep Dive: The Life Cycle of the Employment Relationship, from Hiring to Firing
CI Essentials: Pushing Research Boundaries
Cool Tools Café
Finding Common Ground: Linking Law Student Learning with Law Firm Research Needs
Learning to Lead Yourself and Others Through the Unexpected
Discussing Big Data Opportunities with Firm Partners, from ‘No-Brainers’ to ‘Game Changers’
Leveraging SharePoint for Library Services
Strategic Technology Imperatives for Law Librarians
Back to the Future: AALL and Law Libraries in the Digital Age
Using Patents to Expand the Boundaries of Business Development and Competitive Intelligence
Emerging Issues in Copyright: What You Need to Know
Perfecting Your Elevator Pitch
Coping Strategies for Library Service Providers
Empowering the Next Generation of Law Firm Librarians
The Law and Ethics of Aggregation and Content Distribution
The Bookless Law Library: Potential Reality or Flight of Fancy?
Law Librarianship in the Digital Age
Librarians and Law Firm Pricing: Learn the Stakes, Get Involved