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AALL Robert L. Oakley Member Advocacy Award. see Awards
AALL Spectrum
  AALL Spectrum Article of the Year, 6:1.22 (Long), 7:1.23 (J.S. Heller), 8:1.20,27 (Rumsey), 9:1.26 (Holcomb), 10:1.26 (Sandwell-Weiss), 11:1.36 (Sandwell-Weiss), 12:1.55 (Bintliff- Briscoe), 13:1.53(Bernstein), 14:1.44(Yirka), 15:1.51 (Donovan)
  Director of Publications Julia O'Donnell, 8:3.1
  Editorial director position open, 10:6.26, 10:7.41
  Editor's comments, 6:5.1, 13:1.1p(Estes), 13:2.1 (Estes), 13:3.1 (Estes), 13:4.1 (Estes), 13:5.1 (Estes), 13:6.1 (Estes), 13:7.1 (Estes), 13:8.1 (Estes), 13:9.1 (Estes), 14:1.44 (Estes), 14:2.1 (Estes), 14:3.1 (Estes), 14:4.1 (Estes), 14:5.1 (Estes), 14:6.1 (Estes), 14:7.1(Estes), 14:8.1(Estes), 14:9.1(Estes), 15:1.1p (Estes), 15:2.1p (Estes), 15:3.1p (Estes), 15:4.1p (Estes), 15:5.1p (Estes), 15:6.1p (Estes), 15:7.1p (Estes), 15:8.1p (Estes), 15:9.1p (Estes)
  Healey appointed editorial director, 6:2.10
  "Membership News" editor needed, 8:1.40
  "Membership News" Editor Sarah Mauldin, 8:3.1
  Profile of Stu Rees, legal cartoonist, 12:6.32
  The Reference Desk (column), 15:1.15, 15:2.34, 15:3.26, 15:4.33, 15:5.24, 15:6.28, 15:7.28
  Spectrum Looks Back: 2002-2022, 7:7.32
  Spectrum survey results, 15:4.1
  Survey of law library publication requirements, 6:10.6
  Too many stock photos?, 14:9.36
  "Views from You" to be expanded, 15:5.22
AALL Vendor Colloquium, 15:5.4
AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers. see Awards
AALLNET, 6:10.4
  AALLNET 2.0, 13:9.1 MB
  AALLNET Coordinator wanted, 10:1.26
  Annual Meeting additional items, 14:1.11(2009 Washington, D.C.)
  Directory of Law Libraries Serving Prisoners moves to AALLNET, 8:4.28
  President to continue focusing on AALLNET archives, 9:1.4
Academic Law Libraries. see also Building and remodeling projects; Law librarianship; Photographic views from libraries; Special Interest Sections (SIS); Teaching legal research
  ABA Council, Section on Legal Education, President's comments, 10:2.4
  ABA Standards for Academic Law Libraries Task Force, 7:3.4
  Academic and firm librarians connect to improve legal research course content, 12:6.6
  Academic course liaison program, 8:5.22
  Access to online legal information, 12:4.6CRIV
  Automated retrieval system and closed stacks, 7:7.24-25, 7:7.30
  Bloomberg Citator, 13:9.24
  Bloomberg Law, 13:5.16
  BNA electronic service contract, 7:5.8CRIV-10CRIV
  Carnegie Foundation report, 13:4.20
  Change in career path for directors, 7:3.14
  Changing nature of reference services to students, 14:8.20
  Chinese vernacular legal collection at Yale, 13:8.18
  Computer lab design, 7:7.16-19
  Cooperative projects outside the library setting, 14:5.10
  Critical Issues Summit for legal education, 14:5.16
  Design of future law libraries, 12:3.24
  Directors' criteria for hiring reference librarians, 7:5.12-14
  Empirical research theme of AALS conference, 10:5.5
  Faculty services tips, 15:6.12-14
  Future of academic law libraries, 10:9.14
  Information literacy plans and accreditation, 14:4.28
  Knowledge management, 7:4.1MB
  Law review acquisitions on a budget, 11:7.6CRIV
  Law school alumni project, 14:3.12
  Law school elective in law librarianship, 10:2.18
  Library displays, 13:5.8
  Library maintenance agreements, 12:7.5CRIV
  Moves, preparation for, 13:9.13
  New academic library directors, 15:3.10-13
  Open access in Internet legal publication, 9:6.1MB
  Role of law school library directors, 6:3.8
  Scholarship in academic law libraries, 13:7.28
  Shrinking Budgets and the Long-term Impact on Library Collections, 10:2.11CRIV(2005 San Antonio)
  Tarlton sponsors Professors' talks on their interests, 15:8.15
  Understanding law students, 11:3.20
  Virtual reference question study, 14:1.28
  West's Library Maintenance Agreement, 15:5.13
Acquisitions. see also Technical services
  30 Sites in 30 Minutes: Favorite Acquisitions Web Sites, 8:2.5CRIV (2003 Seattle)
  ABA publications on Amazon.com, 6:3.10 CRIV
  Amazon.com offers corporate accounts to libraries, 6:3.10 CRIV
  Billing and payment issues with vendors, 11:7.5CRIV, 14:1.36
  EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) useful in vendor transactions, 9:7.6CRIV
  Franklin Book Company out of business, 9:7.3CRIV
  FTC Prenotification Negative Options Rule, 14:4.4 CRIV , 14:4.6 CRIV
  Interview with Cynthia Aninao, moderator of Law-Acq, 9:8.26
  Invoicing problems and lapsed titles, 15:7.12CRIV
  Law review acquisitions on a budget, 11:7.6CRIV
  Negotiation skills, 15:6.9-11
  Skills of an acquisitions librarian, 9:4.8CRIV
  Subscription agents, Hein comments, 10:2.6CRIV
  Vendor relations, 12:8.24, 12:9.1MB, 12:9.4MB, 13:4.24, 14:1.42
  Vendor tools, 11:6.12
  West's Library Maintenance Agreement (LMA), 11:7.3CRIV, 15:5.13
Advocacy toolkit. see Government and Law Libraries
AELIACC, Access to Electronic Legal Information. see under Committees (AALL)
Alaska court libraries, 14:4.5
American Bar Association, 6:10.2 MB
  AALL Professional Development Online Forum on ABA Annual Questionnaire, 8:3.26
  ABA publications on Amazon.com, 6:3.10 CRIV
  ABA Standards for Academic Law Libraries Task Force, 7:3.4
  Collaboration on ABANET, 10:6.3MB
  Legal research questions on bar exams, 11:2.4
  NCCUSL Working group report on UCITA, 6:7.12
  Working Group on UCITA, 6:10.12
American Law Institute/American Bar Association, Critical Issues Summit, 14:5.16
American Library Association (ALA), 6:10.2 MB
  AALL donates funds to ALA to overturn Children's Internet Protection Act, 6:1.23
  Judith F. Krug, director of ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom, addresses CALL meeting, 8:5.25
  Reception for ALA members attending Midwinter Meeting, 8:6.22
  Report on ALA Midwinter Meeting in Boston, 9:5.3
  Technical Services SIS appoints liaison to ALA Subject Analysis Committee, 10:4.35
  USA PATRIOT Act joint teleconference with ALA, ARL, MLA, SLA, 6:6.16
Animal law, 15:3.8-9,15
Annual Meeting (2001 Minneapolis), Photographic overview, 6:1.31
Annual Meeting (2002 Orlando)
  AALL Newsline: Newscast inaugurated at Orlando meeting, 7:1.7
  Business meetings, 7:1.8
  Keynote: Catherine Crier, 7:1.6
  Local information, 6:7.28, 6:8.16
  Newscast inaugurated, 7:1.7
  Plenary Session "Creativity within Chaos," 7:1.6
  Plenary Session "Generations at Work," 7:1.6
  Preview, 6:9.1, 6:9.4
  Program ideas, 6:9.6
  Student registration fees too high, 7:1.18
  West and CRIV in Orlando, 7:4.32
Annual Meeting (2003 Seattle)
  Business Meeting Agenda, 7:8.29, 7:9.7
  Library tours, 8:1.19
  Local information, 7:7.14-15, 7:8.16-17, 7:8.31, 7:9.center insert, 8:1.19
  Social events, 8:1.20
  Strategies for maximizing meeting experience, 7:9.16, 7:9.27
  Theme: "Maximize Today Envision Tomorrow," 7:8.4
Annual Meeting (2004 Boston)
  Association Luncheon to follow international theme, 8:8.25
  Book drive, 8:7.36
  Business Meeting Agenda, 8:7.35, 8:8.13
  Highlights of Boston Meeting, 8:8.14
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training session scheduled, 8:5.6
  Local information, 8:6.18, 8:7.26
  Planning underway, 8:2.4
  President's reasons for members to attend, 8:5.4
  Special Interest Sections (SIS) events, 8:7.30
  Theme: "Boston to Mumbai: The World of Legal Information," 8:1.4
Annual Meeting (2005 San Antonio)
  Academic SIS VIP from ABA Council of the Section on Legal Education, 10:2.26
  Business Meeting Agenda, 9:7.31, 9:8.17
  Call for volunteers, 9:7.27
  How to draft a memo justifying Annual Meeting attendance, 9:4.18
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training session scheduled, 9:8.6
  Local information, 9:6.20, 9:7.26, 9:8.insert
  Members' impressions of programs, 10:1.10
  What is the single most important reason to attend the AALL Annual Meeting, 10:1.42
Annual Meeting (2006 St. Louis)
  Centennial Celebration (AALL) and review of events, 11:1.1,16
  Format shortened, 11:1.4
  Highlights of St. Louis Annual Meeting, 10:8.14
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training session scheduled, 11:1.8
  Local information, 10:6.14, 10:7.32
  Program committee seeks proposals for hot topics, 10:6.20
  Public Printer attends AALL Town Meeting, 11:1.9
Annual Meeting (2007 New Orleans)
  Highlights of New Orleans Meeting, 12:1.19
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training session, 12:1.6
  Local information, 11:5.18, 11:6.1, 11:6.18, 11:7.28, 11:8.insert
  Review of events, 11:8.12
  Tips on making connections, 11:8.15
Annual Meeting (2008 Portland)
  Green initiatives, 13:1.15
  Keynote: David Pogue, NYT, 13:1.15, 13:1.22
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training session, 12:5.6, 12:9.6
  Local information, 12:6.26, 12:7.30, 12:8.insert
  Perspective on meeting from a new member, 13:2.32
  Review of events, 12:8.14
  Theme and its meaning: Energize! Explore! Evolve!, 12:1.4, 12:8.4
Annual Meeting (2009 Washington, D.C.)
  Business Meeting Agenda, 13:8.29
  Highlights of Washington D.C. meeting, 14:1.11
  Keynote: Jonathan Zittrain, 13:8.12
  Legislative Advocacy Training Workshop, 14:1.7
  Local information, 13:6.22, 13:7.30, 13:8.insert
  President's comments, 13:1.6
  Theme: Innovate, 13:8.10
Annual Meeting (2010 Denver)
  Annual meeting review special committee created, 14:1.5
  Business Meeting Agenda, 14:8.25
  Highlights of Denver Meeting, 14:8.18
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training Workshop, 15:1.10
  Local information, 14:6.28, 14:7.30
  Photographic overview, 15:1.28-31
  President's comments, 14:1.5
  Proposals for programs wanted, 13:9.19
Annual Meeting (2011 Philadelphia)
  Local information, 15:6.15-17, 25, 15:7.22
  Preview of conference, 15:8.26-27
  Program ideas, 14:9.34
  Scheduling changes, 15:7.4
Annual Meeting (2012 Boston)
  Theme: Learn, Connect, Grow, 15:9.24
Annual Meeting Programs (2001 Minneapolis)
  A-2 Redefining the Law Firm: New Realities and New Roles for Law Librarians in the Legal Marketplace, 6:1.8
  B-7 Pornography on the Internet: A New Reality, 6:1.28
  C-1 Everything Old Is New Again: Second- (or Third-) Generation Automated System Challenges, 6:1.29
  C-3 Choosing the right legal research text, 6:2.7
  C-7 Preserving Government Electronic Information: Whose Job Is It?, 6:1.30 (Minneapolis 2001)
  CRIV program on electronic licensing, 6:3.8 CRIV
  D-5 HOT TOPIC: Discussion of Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper by Nicholson Baker, 6:1.32
  G-3 We're Hiring: Designing IT Job Descriptions to Attract the Very Best, 6:1.33
  H-3 New Realities for Developing Global Collections, 6:4.6
  H-6 Facing Reality: The Death of the Reference Desk?, 6:1.34
  I-4 Nobody Does It Better: Leading Government Web Sites, 6:1.36
  Tapes and handouts purchase, 6:1.8, 6:2.14
Annual Meeting Programs (2002 Orlando)
  A-1 E-Reference Services, 7:1.12
  DMCA discussed by Marybeth Peters of the U.S. Copyright Office, 7:1.22
  H-2 Using Online Tutorials to Teach Legal Research, 7:1.10
  I-4 Around the World (Wide Web): 60 Sites in 60 Minutes, 7:1.14
  J-5 Hot Topic: The USA PATRIOT Act, 7:1.16
  Programs planned on public policy, 6:10.24
  "Public key infrastructure technology" subject of Legislative Update at Orlando meeting, 7:1.22
  Roundtable on government relations planned, 6:10.24
Annual Meeting Programs (2003 Seattle)
  "A Tragedy or a Farce: Preservation of Electronic Government Publications in the Post-9/11 World," 8:1.26
  C-6: Connect with Vendors: Partner for a Strategic Advantage, 8:2.3CRIV
  Diversity Symposium "Affirmative Action After Grutter and Gratz: Where Do We Go from Here?," 8:1.17
  H-5: Negotiating License Agreements: Revisited, 8:2.4CRIV
  K-6: 30 Sites in 30 Minutes: Favorite Acquisitions Web Sites, 8:2.5CRIV
  M-4 Money-Go-Round: What to Do When Payments Go Astray, 8:1.28, 8:2.6CRIV
  "Maximize Your Library's Survival: Elements of an Effective Disaster Plan," 8:1.22
  Native American law, 8:1.17, 8:1.19
  Plenary Session I "The Future of the Past: Postmodern Library Realities," 8:1.16
  Plenary Session II "Prime for Today and Tomorrow," 8:1.16
  "Secure Connections: Safety and Security in the Law Library," 8:1.24
Annual Meeting Programs (2004 Boston)
  B-2: CRIV Hot Topic: Trends in Legal Publishing, 9:2.3CRIV
  B-4: Salary Negotiation Skills for Law Librarians, 9:1.18
  C-2: The Virtual Federal Depository Library Program: A Reality for the 21st Century, 9:2.5CRIV
  D-3: Negotiating with the Bizarre: Strange Questions at the Reference Desk, 9:1.20
  D-4: Creating and Maintaining Legal History Collections, 9:2.7CRIV
  Diversity Symposium, "Promise Purpose and Potential: Brown v. Board of Education at Home and Abroad," 8:8.15
  F-2: Let's Make a Deal: Strategies to Avoid Paying List Price, 9:2.7CRIV
  G-5: Legal Information Microform Materials: The Gold Standard for Legal Collections, Research and Preservation, 9:2.9CRIV
  I-5: Marketing the Law Library to the World: Getting Published in Judicial, Court and Bar Publications, 9:1.22
  K-5: Lost That Whistle-While-You-Work Feeling? Staff Meeting Management Strategies for Library Directors and Managers, 9:1.24
  Overview of 97th Annual Meeting, 9:1.12
  Praise for 30-minute programs, 9:1.40
Annual Meeting Programs (2005 San Antonio)
  AALL Web Masters Workshop, 9:6.24
  The ABC's of TOC's: Enhancing Your OPAC with Tables of Contents, 10:1.34
  B-5: Now Serving at the Centennial Cantina: Margaritas, Nachos and AALL History, 9:7.32
  Committee on Recruitment to law librarianship to hold roundtable, 9:9.26
  D-4: Copyrights, Copywrongs and the Gray Areas In-between, 9:8.6
  D-5 Don't Throw That Away: Ensuring Future Access to Legal Information in an Age of Digital Media, 10:2.9CRIV
  E-1: A Town Meeting with Public Printer Bruce James, 9:8.6
  F-3: Preserving State Government Information in an Electronic Age, 9:8.6
  F-4: The Guide to Fair Business Practices: Where Do We Go from Here?, 9:4.2CRIV, 9:7.11CRIV
  Federated Searching and Open URL, 10:1.34
  The Guide to Fair Business Practices: Where Do We Go From Here, 10:1.22
  H-5: E-rulemaking: Breaking Out of the Beltway, 9:8.6
  Highlights of San Antonio Annual Meeting, 9:8.20
  I-1: Annual Legislative and Regulatory Update, 9:8.6
  Indexes Taxonomies and the Google Generation, 10:1.20
  Is the New Bluebook New, 10:1.34
  L-3: Values, Video and Vignettes: Using Video Oral History Techniques to Document the Unwritten Histories of AALL, 9:7.32
  Moving and Downsizing Private Law Firm Libraries, 10:1.18
  Nabbing vs. Sharing: Z39.50 and the Ethics of Directly Importing MARC Records, 10:1.34
  Program on Latin American Law, 10:1.34
  Top trends in library systems, 10:1.16
  Workshop: Electronic Resources from Acquisitions to Access, 10:7.11CRIV
Annual Meeting Programs (2006 St. Louis)
  A-2 Competitive Intelligence, 11:1.26
  B-4 Access to government information, 11:1.30
  D-5 Options in law library careers, 11:1.32
  G-6 Friends of the library program at Annual Meeting in St. Louis, 11:1.28
  I-4 Trends in legal education and law practice, 11:1.34
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training sessions scheduled, 10:8.6, 10:9.6
  Legislative programs sponsored by Washington Office, Government Relations Committee and Copyright Committee, 10:9.6
Annual Meeting Programs (2007 New Orleans), 11:8.1
  A-1 Public Services in the 21st Century, 12:1.28
  B-1 Public Librarians Take on the USA PATRIOT Act, 12:1.30
  C-4 Being a Leader in the Larger Organization, 12:1.32
  Computing Services, 11:7.38, 11:8.28
  D-6 The Power of Film to Teach Foundations of Roman and Civil Law, 12:1.34
  Diversity Symposium: Getting a Rise Out of Diversity," 12:1.26
  E-6 Understanding Copyright Challenges in Licensing, 12:1.36
  F-2 Annual Legislative and Regulatory Update, 12:1.6
  F-4 Who Really Sets Our Salaries, 12:1.38
  G-5 Preparing New Lawyers for the Challenge of Practice, 12:1.40
  H-5 The Future of Cataloging, 12:1.42
  J-5 Electronic Books in the Law Library, 12:1.46
  Research Instruction and Patron Services, 11:8.28
  Social Responsibilities, 11:8.29
  State, Court, and County Law Libraries, 11:8.31, 11:9.26
Annual Meeting Programs (2008 Portland)
  A-2 The Evolving Role of Law Librarians with Self-represented Litigants, 13:1.24
  B-3 Evolving Fair Use Policies in the PRivate Law Firm, 13:2.8CRIV
  C-1 Conflict Resolution--In Search of the Holy Grail, 13:1.26
  C-4 The Future of Electronic Legal Information, 13:2.10CRIV
  D-2 Rethinking Bibliographic Services in the 21st Century, 13:1.30
  E-2 Researching Legal Ethics Today, 13:1.32
  E-3 The Evolving Role of the Solo Librarian, 13:1.48
  F-1 Tools for the Explorer in Search of Disappearing and Restricted Federal Documents, 13:1.34
  F-3 Acquiring Content in a Global Marketplace, 13:2.11CRIV
  G-4 The Environment and Law Libraries, 13:1.36
  H-4 How to Produce a Legal Bibliography Play, 13:1.38
  I-5 Battling Employee Burnout, 13:1.40
  J-4 The AALL Salary Survey, 13:1.42
  J-6 Tales from the Dark Side: Vendor/Library Relations, 13:2.13CRIV
  K-1 CRIV Tools: Useful resources for Working with Information Vendors, 13:1.46, 13:2.14CRIV
Annual Meeting Programs (2009 Washington, D.C.)
  A-2 Beyond Copyright, 13:9.9
  A-5 Raising the Bar: Preparing students for legal research questions on the bar exam, 14:1.20
  B-2 Planning for Success: your guide to creating and implementing a library succession plan, 14:1.24
  C-1 Network Neutrality, 13:9.9
  C-4 Law Libraries and the Access to Justice Revolution, 14:1.26, 14:4.39 (letters)
  D-2 Charting a New Course Mid-Career, 14:1.22
  E-2 Chat 2.0: renovating virtual reference, 14:1.28
  E-6 Discovering Advocacy Web Tools, 13:9.9
  F-4: Strategic Alliance: The Tribal Supreme Court Project, 14:1.30
  G-2 Unmasking a Marvel of an Idea in D.C.: how graphic literature can be supertools for law librarians, 14:1.32
  G-3 Evaluating Federal e-Life Cycle Management, 13:9.9
  H-5 Annual Legislative and Regulatory Update, 13:9.9
  H-6: Electronic Court Records, 14:1.34
  I-1: Unfair Publishing Practices, 14:1.36
  J-3 Public Access to the Law in the YaOogle Age, 13:9.9
  J-5 Advocating for Authentication and Permanent Public Access, 13:9.9
  K-4: Geographical Information Systems, 14:1.38
  Keynote: Jonathan Zittrain, 14:1.17
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training session at Annual Meeting, 13:9.9
  Symposium on defining diversity, 14:1.19
Annual Meeting Programs (2010 Denver)
  A-3 Mapping a Digital Collection Development Policy, 15:1.36, 15:2.4-6 CRIV (2010 Denver)
  A-6 21st Century Lessons for Law Libraries from the Recording and Newspaper Industries, 15:1.42
  B-2 Introducing Archival Best Practices to the Management of Law School, Court and Law Firm Historical Collections, 15:1.46
  C-1 Exploring Techniques for Putting Optimism to Work as a Management Tool in Difficult Times, 15:1.44
  C-3: A Vision for the Future: Authenticated and Official Online Legal Resources, 14:8.6
  Diversity Symposium: Adaptation: How Technology is Changing and Being Changed by Diversity in the Law Library World, 15:1.34
  E-1 Using Pecha Kucha to Enhance Your Presentations, 15:1.40
  E-3 Lies, Damned Lies, and Reference Statistics, 15:1.38
  G-3: Public policy update, 14:8.6
  GD-SIS: FDLP Law Libraries in the 21st Century, 14:8.7
  GD-SIS: Resolving Issues for Law Libraries in the Federal Depository Libraryogram, 14:8.6(Denver 2010)
  H-1 The Economics of Interface, 15:2.6-7CRIV
  H-2 The Changing Look of Government Information, 15:1.32
  I-1: Ten Things Every Law Librarian Needs to Know About Copyright, 14:8.6
  I-6 The Frugal Librarian, 15:2.8CRIV
  J-1: The Future of the FOIA, 14:8.6
  K-1 Extreme Makeover: PowerPoint Edition, 15:1.48
  Public Policy Update, 15:1.10
Architecture. see Building and remodeling projects
Archives. see Preservation of legal information
Association for Continuing Legal Education, Critical Issues Summit, 14:5.16
Association of American Law Schools
  Empirical research theme of AALS conference, 10:5.5
  Transnational research topic of AALS workshop, 10:5.5
Authentication. see Internet resources
Authentication survey. see Committees (AALL)
Awards
  AALL Spectrum Article of the Year, 6:1.22 (Long), 7:1.23 (J.S. Heller), 8:1.20 (Rumsey), 8:1.27 (Rumsey), 9:1.26 (Holcomb), 10:1.26 (Sandwell-Weiss), 10:2.24, 11:1.36 (Sandwell-Weiss), 12:1.55 (Bintliff-Briscoe), 12:2.32, 13:1.53 (Bernstein), 14:1.44(Yirka), 15:1.51 (Donovan)
  AALL/Aspen grants, 8:6.11, 8:8.22 (Browne), 8:8.22 (Kunsch), 9:2.24 (Burke; Hensiak; Nixon), 11:5.31 (Brownfield; Kim-Prieto)
  AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers, 7:1.15 (Y. Jones; R.Y. Rastorfer; B. Shucha), 8:1.20 (Trosow), 8:1.33 (Trosow), 8:4.6, 11:9.28(Leary; Lenz; Wohl; Nevers)
  ALL-SIS Outstanding Article Award, 9:9.18 (Babb), 11:9.26 (Peoples), 11:9.26 (Shucha)
  Andrews, Joseph L. Bibliographical Award, 6:9.8 (DuPont), 6:9.8 (Goldberg), 7:1.7 (J. DuPont; J.E. Goldberg), 7:9.14 (R. Leiter), 8:1.20 (Leiter), 8:8.12 (Price), 9:8.16(Manz), 10:2.24, 10:8.18(Aglim), 11:8.21(Chiorazzi; Most), 12:2.32, 12:8.18 (Grosek), 13:8.17 (Manz), 14:8.16(Olson)
  Best brochure to NELLCO, 12:1.17
  Best brochure to University of Minnesota Law Library, 14:1.8
  Best brochure to Yale Law School, 15:1.18
  Best campaign to Law Library Association of Wisconsin, 14:1.8
  Best campaign to Riverside County Law Library, 12:1.17, 15:1.18
  Best newsletter to K&L Gates Library, 15:1.18
  Best newsletter to Law Library Lights, 12:1.17
  Best PR toolkit to Alexander Campbell King Law Library, 12:1.16
  Best PR toolkit to Sacramento County Public Law Library, 14:1.9
  Best PR toolkit to Thomas M. Cooley Law Libraries, 15:1.19
  Best use of technology to Arizona State University Law Library, 15:1.19
  Best use of technology to Arizona State University, Scholarship Repository, 14:1.9
  Best use of technology to Chase College of Law Library, 12:1.16
  Call for nominations, 13:2.34, 14:2.32, 15:2.32-33
  Chapman, Renee D. Award for Outstanding Contributions in Technical Services, 6:10.26 (Johnston), 8:4.32, 8:8.28 (Turpening), 9:2.27(Turpening), 10:1.37(Sitkin), 10:8.30(Briscoe)
  Chapter Professional Development Awards, 10:2.24, 12:2.32
  Chapters proud of their award winners: Doyle, Chanin and Wallace, 7:10.28
  Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur to Germain, 12:1.55
  Competition nears conclusion for this year, 10:4.22
  Ellen Schaffer Foreign Librarian's Grant award, 9:8.28(Aladashvili)
  Excellence in Marketing Award, AALL/Thomson West, 8:1.20 (Travis County Law Library), 9:1.32 (LLAW), 10:2.10 (MALL), 10:2.24, 11:1.14, 12:1.16, 12:2.32, 14:1.8, 15:1.17
  Excellence in Marketing Award, AALL/West, 13:1.12
  Excellence in Marketing Awards, AALL/Findlaw, 6:10.8
  Foreign, Comparative and International Law, 9:2.26(Bernal; Somers)
  Gallagher, Marian Gould Distinguished Service Award, 6:9.9 (Wright), 7:1.7 (J.S. Wright), 7:9.12 (M. Anderson; L. Chanin), 7:9.13 (F. Doyle), 8:1.20 (M. Anderson; L. Chanin; F. Doyle), 8:8.10 (David), 8:8.10 (Reynolds), 9:1.37(David), 9:8.18(Dyer; Mersky; Miller), 11:8.22(Billings; Jacbs; Sun), 12:2.32, 12:8.16 (Oakley), 13:8.16 (Kehoe), 13:8.16 (Puckett), 14:8.17(Whited), 15:8.28-29 (Gasaway; Houdek; Price)
  Hall of Fame, 14:9.12, 15:8.24-25 (Coggins, Grande, Johnson, Jurkins)
  Hicks, Frederick Charles Award for 2005, 9:9.18(Bintliff)
  Hirsh, Kenneth J. Distinguished Service Award, 9:1.36(Hirsh)
  How to successfully submit a paper, 10:3.20
  Law Library Journal Article of the Year, 6:1.22 (Melamut), 7:1.23 (L.R. Nemchek), 8:1.27 (Carter), 9:1.26 (Briscoe; Nyberg; Selden), 10:1.26(Mart), 10:2.24, 11:1.36(Whiteman), 12:1.55(Mart), 12:2.32, 13:1.53 (Dabney), 14:1.44(Lee), 15:1.51 (Plotin)
  Law Library Publications Award, 12:2.32
  Minority Leadership Development Award, 6:9.21, 6:10.30, 8:1.20 (Bloodworth)
  New Product Award (AALL), 6:3.11 CRIV, 6:5.2 CRIV, 6:5.5 CRIV, 6:6.11 (Indexmaster), 9:3.22 (palawlibrary.com), 15:2.11CRIV
  New Product Award (CRIV) nominations, 10:2.12CRIV, 11:2.10CRIV, 12:2.12CRIV, 12:2.32
  Nominees sought for AALL awards, 9:2.30, 11:2.24
  Nominees sought for New Product Award, 10:2.24, 13:2.15CRIV
  Oakley, Robert L. AALL Member Advocacy Award, 13:1.8 (Oakley), 13:8.6 (McKinney)
  PAGI Public Access to Government Information Award, 12:1.6 (Joergensen- Hartman), 12:2.33, 12:8.6 (Bass), 13:1.8 (OMB Watch), 13:8.6 (Sunlight Foundation)
  PAGI Public Access to Government Information Award nominations, 10:3.26 (Peoples Law Library of Maryland), 10:8.6 (Aftergood), 10:8.6 (National Indian Law Library), 11:6.25
  Presidential Certificate of Appreciation, 14:1.6(Coggins, Kirk), 14:1.6(Fessenden), 14:1.6(Houdek), 14:1.6(Lewis-Sommers), 14:1.6(Liu, Johnson), 14:1.6(O'Donnell), 14:1.6(Rundle), 14:1.6(Siwa), 14:1.6(Torres)
  Presidential Certificates of Appreciation, 13:1.10 (Anderson), 13:1.11 (Baish), 13:1.11 (Gruben), 13:1.11 (Hein), 13:1.11 (Holterhoff), 13:1.11 (Jurkins), 13:1.11 (Orange), 13:1.11 (Roeske), 13:1.11 (Thompson)
  Presidential Certificates of Merit, 7:2.31(Academic-Cohen; D. Danner; S. Ligda; LLAGNY; J. Marke; Professional Development Committees), 8:1.6 (Oakley; G. Warren; R. Reusch; C. Cain; M. Estes; ALL!SIS), 8:1.14 (SCALL; Reisinger; BNA; K. Rundle), 8:1.18, 9:1.6 (Axtmann; Boucher; Nicholson; Riger; Swanigan; Vaidhyanathan; West), 11:2.20(Bintliff)
  Reid, Agnes and Harvey T. Award for Outstanding Contribution to Law Librarianship, 10:1.30 (Drake)
  SCALL Vendor Service Award, 8:2.14 (Spinelli)
  SCALL William B. Rohan Chapter Service Award, 7:2.4 (A. Brecht)
  Spirit of Law Librarianship Award nominees sought, 6:7.19, 7:7.12, 8:6.7, 9:6.23, 10:6.26, 12:6.37, 13:6.31, 13:6.37, 14:6.33
  Spirit of Law Librarianship Award to CALL Community Service Committee, 11:1.40
  Starkweather, Joyce E. Award, 7:2.4 (J. Lee)
  Werner, O. James Award, 6:1.19 (Lemann)

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Bibliographies
  Annotated Bibliography of Digital Reference Services, 7:4.20
  Bibliography of legal research texts online, 11:2.27
  Bibliography on Lesbian and Gay Issues updated, 11:6.28
  International human rights law, 13:6.16
  Second Life, virtual world on the Internet, 12:2.15
  Sexual Orientation Bibliography to be published by Hein, 11:1.47, 11:5.27
  Web site design, 11:3.9
  Web sites on domestic violence and Internet abuse, 12:2.9
Biography. see Member Profile
Blindness. see Disabilities
Blogs. see also Internet resources
  Law library use of blogs, 8:7.8
  Legal periodical blog, 9:4.11CRIV
  Public relations and, 10:6.3MB
  What blogs do you read and why?, 13:2.42
Blogs: AALL Spectrum
  AALL Spectrum Blog includes book reviews, 14:3.30
Blogs: AALLNET
  Hurricane Katrina law library blog, 10:2.4
Blogs: CALL (Chapter)
  Blogs and RSS feeds topic of meeting, 10:4.32
Blogs: DALL (Chapter), 11:1.40
Blogs: FCIL-SIS, 10:9.28
Blogs: LLAM (Chapter)
  Blogs topic of brown bag lunch, 9:8.23
  Chapter blog tips, 9:9.25
  Tips on how to create, 9:9.25
Blogs: LLAW (Chapter)
  Members publish articles on blogs and identity theft, 11:2.20
Blogs: LLNE (Chapter)
  Blog is now published as part of newsletter, 9:5.19
  Blog tutorial at spring meeting, 9:8.23
Blogs: MALL (Chapter)
  Presentation on blogs, 9:3.21
Bodleian Library 400th Anniversary, 7:4.12
Book review
  AALL Spectrum Blog includes book reviews, 14:3.30
  The Accidental Library Marketer, 15:7.8
  Bite-Sized Marketing: Realistic Solutions for the Overworked Librarian, 14:8.8
  Bowling Alone: the Collapse and Revival of American Community, 12:9.8
  Building a Buzz: Libraries and Word-of-Mouth Marketing, 14:8.8
  Educating Lawyers, 12:9.22
  How to Deal with Your Lawyer, 13:5.12
  Legal Information Buyer's Guide & Reference Manual, 2009, 14:7.8CRIV
  Never Eat Alone, 12:8.10
  Reference Renaissance: Current and Future Trends, 15:3.6,27
  Secret Treaties of History, 12:8.18
  Solo by Choice: How To Be The Lawyer You Always Wanted To Be, 12:8.7
Bricks, Bytes and Continuous Renovation: Law School Facilities Conference, 14:9.16
British Irish Assoc. of Law Librarians
  Report on meeting in Helsinki, Finland, 9:2.4
  Report on meeting in Manchester, 14:5.5 (Lemann)
Brown v. Board of Education
  50th anniversary, 8:4.27, 8:6.8, 8:8.15
  Law librarians reflect on growing up in the 1950s, 8:6.16
  Law school admissions and, 8:6.8, 8:6.12
  Professor Neil Williams discusses Brown v. Board of Education at CALL meeting, 9:3.20
  "Promise Purpose and Potential: Brown v. Board of Education at Home and Abroad," 8:8.15 (2004 Boston)
Budget. see also Collection development
  Budget cuts and services, 14:9.28
  Budget cutting in a county law library, 10:4.5CRIV
  Budget planning in a law firm library, 10:4.7CRIV
  Consumers of legal publications, ethics of vendors, 15:4.28, 15:4.29-31
  Cost and value of supplementation, 15:5.1 (Estes)
  Economic climate and library budgets, 13:8.14
  Law review acquisitions on a budget, 11:7.6CRIV
  One time funding allocation opportunities, 10:3.18
  Shrinking Budgets and the Long-term Impact on Library Collections, 10:2.11CRIV, 10:2.11CRIV(2005 San Antonio)
  Virtual library collection and budgeting, 15:8.20-23
Building and remodeling projects
  Alston & Bird LLP (D.C.), 11:7.16
  Ave Maria School of Law Library, 6:8.6
  Bose McKinney & Evans, 13:7.16
  Campbell University Law Library, 14:7.20
  Case Western Reserve School of Law Library, 10:7.20
  College of William and Mary Law Library, 12:7.16
  Design of future law libraries, 12:3.24
  Editor's comments, 6:8.1, 6:8.4, 7:8.18, 8:7.12, 9:7.10, 10:7.15, 11:7.1, 11:7.14, 12:7.13, 13:7.15, 14:7.11, 15:7.10
  Environmental issues in law library design, 13:1.36
  Hinckley Allen and Snyder Library, Providence, RI, 7:8.22-23
  Holme Roberts and Owen, 8:7.14
  Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC (Royal Oak, MI), 15:7.18
  Jenkins Law Library, Philadelphia, 9:7.24
  Law library as "place," 14:9.16
  Marquette Law Library, Milwaukee, 15:7.11
  McMillan Binch, Toronto, 9:7.12
  Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, 14:7.16
  Morgan Lewis and Bockius LLP (San Francisco), 15:7.15
  Moving and Downsizing Private Law Firm Libraries, 10:1.18
  Neal Gerber Eisenberg library, 11:7.22
  New York Law School Law Library, 14:7.18
  Northeastern University Law Library, 14:7.14
  Ohio Supreme Court Library, 9:7.22
  O'Melveny & Myers Library, 13:7.26
  Orange County Public Law Library, 11:7.18
  Oregon Supreme Court Library, 6:8.12
  Pace Law School Library, 12:7.18
  Pennsylvania State University Lewis Katz Building, 13:7.24
  Phoenix School of Law library, 11:7.20
  Regent University Law Library, 13:7.18
  San Diego County Public Law Library, 7:8.26-27, 7:8.31
  Smith Currie Hancock library, 10:7.22
  Social Law Library, 10:7.24
  Sonoma County Law Library, 15:7.13
  Sutherland Library, 13:7.22
  Syracuse University College of Law library, 11:7.24
  Thomas M. Cooley Law School satellite campus, 9:7.14
  Thompson Coburn, 8:7.18
  UB Charles B. Sears Law Library, Buffalo, NY, 7:8.24-25
  UDC David A. Clarke Law School Library, 9:7.20
  University of Colorado Law School Library, 12:7.14
  University of Connecticut School of Law Library, 14:7.12
  University of Florida's College of Law Library, 10:7.16
  University of Memphis School of Law, 15:7.20
  University of New Mexico School of Law Library, 12:7.20
  University of North Dakota Law Library, 8:7.20
  University of Oregon School of Law Library, 6:8.10
  University of St. Thomas Schoenecker Law Library, 8:7.16
  University of Washington William H. Gates Hall, 8:7.22
  UNLV Law School Library, Las Vegas, NV, 7:8.20-21
  Washington State Attorney General's Research Center, 12:7.22
  Washoe County Law Library, 6:8.8
  Web site: Design Feature for Law Libraries, 7:8.28
  Wisconsin State Law Library, 6:8.14
Bureau of National Affairs (BNA). see Committees (AALL); Legal publishers

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Canada. see Foreign law
Canadian Assoc. of Law Libraries, 6:10.2 MB
  Annual Conference Ontario, 7:7.4
  History and future, 9:5.16
  Report on meeting in Halifax, 14:5.5(Lemann)
Career development. see also Professional development
  Advancement in the coming decade, 14:5.24
  Career path for experienced librarians, 14:3.1 MB, 14:4.22
  Change in career path for directors, 7:3.14
  Changing jobs and your career, 14:9.32
  Charting a New Course Mid-Career, 14:1.22
  CoALL Conference on career development, 10:7.36
  Coping with unemployment, 14:5.18
  Impact of distance education on career prospects, 12:5.24
  Information professionals needed for development of Internet, 6:2.32
  Job board, new interactive, 14:1.46
  Job paths for law librarians, 12:3.16
  Job search comments by Pres. Lemann, 14:2.5
  Job seeking tips, 15:6.26-27
  Jobs in a difficult economy, 13:7.6
  Options in law library careers, 11:1.32
  Tips on job hunting from recent graduate, 15:8.17-19
  We're Hiring: Designing IT Job Descriptions to Attract the Very Best, 6:1.33 (Minneapolis 2001)
Career Development Task Force. see Committees (AALL)
Cartoons. see Stu's Views
Cataloging. see Technical services
Caucuses
  New caucus established, 10:4.12
  Officers announced, by-laws approved at Annual Meeting, 11:2.22
Caucuses: Black Caucus
  Annual Meeting events, 11:6.25
  Donation made to Reader to Reader, Inc., 10:6.20
Caucuses: Latino Caucus
  First organizational meeting, 10:2.27
Caucuses: Publishing Initiatives Caucus, 15:2.12-13,19
  Database of articles now available, 11:4.24
  PIC web site source of publishing initiatives, 10:6.3MB
Censorship, Future censorship of the internet (Keynote address), 14:1.17 (2009 Washington D.C.)
Centennial celebration (AALL), 7:9.4. see also Committees (AALL)
  Annual Meeting (2006 St. Louis), 11:1.16
  If money were no object, how would you celebrate AALL's centennial anniversary?, 10:6.30
  Reason to celebrate law librarianship, 9:9.20
  Task force invites ideas, 6:7.21
Chapter Presidents Council, newsletter online, 6:9.12
Chapters: Arizona Association of Law Libraries
  Anne Myers addresses meeting on national issues' impact, 10:6.18
  AzALL Distinguished Member Award, 9:9.24(Henderson)
  Relationship with in-state library school, 8:4.24
  Workshop on patent information, 9:5.19
Chapters: Association of Law Libraries of Upstate New York
  Anniversary, 50th, 9:3.20
  Member honored by New York court system, 7:5.28
  Northeast Regional Conference (4th) planned, 10:1.30
  Northeast Regional Law Libraries Conference, Co-chairs appointed, 10:5.22
Chapters: Atlanta Law Library Association
  Community Affairs and Outreach Committee, 7:9.9
  Group lobbies to keep Georgia State Law Library open, 9:8.22
Chapters: California chapters
  AB 2648 on public law library funding fought, 7:3.30, 7:4.26, 7:7.4MB
  All California Institute in San Luis Obispo, 7:5.29, 7:8.32
  Law library advocacy institute at joint institute, 7:10.27
Chapters: Chicago Association of Law Libraries
  AALL executive director addresses group, 8:3.20
  Agnes and Harvey T. Reid Award, 10:1.30(Drake)
  Anniversary, 50th, 8:9.8
  Anniversary, 60th, 11:7.34
  Annual Meeting events (2004 Boston), 9:2.24
  Author/journalist addresses chapter meeting, 10:8.22
  CALL Lifetime Achievement Award, 10:1.30(Collins)
  Chicago Multitype Library System, 8:8.19
  Chicago's board of ethics director addresses group, 9:8.22
  Children's book donation project, 6:5.20
  Community service project discussed, 9:3.20
  Cook County Circuit Clerk addresses group, 11:3.22
  Farewell party for Judy Gaskell, 8:3.20
  Joint meeting with Illinois SLA chapter, 7:8.33, 11:6.26
  Joint meeting with MAALL, 7:5.28
  Judith F. Krug, director of ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom, addresses breakfast meeting, 8:5.25
  Leadership session for improvements within chapter, 9:3.20
  "Local Government On the Web" Law Day presentation, 6:2.18
  Meeting topic: 108th Congress, 9:4.22
  Meeting topic: Blogs and RSS feeds, 10:4.32
  Meeting topic: Illinois Legislative Process, 11:4.22
  Meeting topic: Iraqi law schools and law libraries, 10:4.32
  Meeting topic: Knowledge Management, 7:4.26, 7:10.28
  Meeting topic: Professor Neil Williams discusses Brown v. Board of Education, 9:3.20
  Meeting topic: Technology and Islam, 6:8.26
  Member publications and speeches, 9:6.22
  Midwest Law and Technology Conference and Expo participation, 9:4.22
  Mike Ragen chapter VIP at Annual Meeting, 11:1.40
  New officers, 6:9.12
  Program features speaker from Singapore, 6:9.17
  Public radio pledge drive volunteers, 9:5.19
  School supplies donated to homeless by chapter, 10:4.32
  Spirit of Law Librarianship Award to chapter committee, 11:1.40
  Table at Annual Meeting features photos of events (2003 Seattle), 8:2.15
  Tips on running electronic elections, 10:9.27
  Winston addresses meeting, 11:8.26
  Workshop on influencing public opinion, 9:4.22
Chapters: Colorado Association of Law Libraries
  Annual Bridge the Research and Analysis Gap Program, 10:1.30, 11:1.40
  Brown bag lunches at Denver law firms or university law libraries, 11:4.22
  Career event, 11:7.34
  Conference on career development, 10:7.36
  Happy Hour, 7:4.26
  Holiday party, 6:6.20
  Indian Bar Association run to raise funds for scholarships, 11:3.22
  Law librarian on team that will advise United Arab Emirates on its law school, 10:9.26
  "Legal Research Corner" in The Colorado Lawyer, 8:2.14
  Legal research publication by chapter members, 10:6.18, 10:7.36
  Library school students tour University of Denver law library, 10:6.18
  Meeting topic: USA PATRIOT Act, 8:9.24
  Members Bintliff and Sergio Stone receive awards, 11:2.20
  Members encouraged to write for law journals, 8:5.18
  Networking with other librarians, 11:8.26
  New law building at University of Colorado celebrated, 11:2.20
  News of chapter members' activities, 10:9.26
  Publications by members, 11:7.34
  Scholarship to fund future law librarian, 11:6.26
  Speakers' Bureau formed, 7:10.26
  Summer associates training, 7:2.28
  Tips on using Casemaker in online newsletter, 10:5.22
  Visit from AALL president, 10:9.26
  Volunteers help with PBS membership drive, 6:6.20
  Workshop on legal materials for non-law librarians, 10:6.18
Chapters: Dallas Association of Law Librarians
  Anniversary, Silver, 6:4.27
  Blog for members, 11:1.40
  Executive board announced, 6:2.26
Chapters: Greater Philadelphia Law Library Association
  Anniversary, 35th, 9:3.20, 9:8.22
  Annual Institute topic: Competitive intelligence, 11:2.20
  Basic legal research course held, 7:10.26
  Brown bag lunch success, 7:6.28
  Chapter "adopts" public school library, 8:5.24
  Community service projects, 7:10.28
  First Fridays, 7:4.26, 8:2.14
  Fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Katrina, 10:3.24
  How to start a program teaching legal research in your local chapter, 12:3.6
  Local SIS holds brown-bag luncheons, 8:5.24
  Meeting topic: Business research, 8:6.22
  Negotiating skills seminar, 8:9.26
  Online newsletter debut, 8:5.24
  Opening reception, 7:4.26
  Panel at Drexel iSchool, 11:8.26
  Pennsylvania legal research course offered, 8:6.22
  Scholarship to fund future law librarian, 11:6.26
Chapters: Houston Area Law Librarians
  Joint annual meeting with SWALL, 8:8.18
Chapters: Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin
  Article on copyright published in Wisconsin State Bar Journal, 9:9.24
  Group wins 2004 AALL/West Excellence in Marketing Award, 9:1.32
  Guided tour of Executive Residence, 10:3.24
  Legal research publication by chapter members, 10:1.31, 10:3.24, 10:5.22, 10:7.36
  Library membership directory compiled, 10:2.26
  Member publications, 9:6.22, 11:9.30
  Members encouraged to write for law journals, 8:5.18
  Members publish articles on blogs and identity theft, 11:2.20
  Members publish in legal publications, 11:6.26
  New edition of Introduction to Legal Materials, 8:5.25
  Public relations initiative, 8:4.24
  Publications by chapter members, 11:1.41
  Recruitment efforts made with Wisconsin library school students, 10:9.26
  Results of study on public access to legal information in Wisconsin, 10:5.22
  Wisconsin State Law Library wins award for Best Reference Site, 9:4.22
Chapters: Law Librarians of New England
  AALL/Aspen grants, 9:2.24(Burke; Hensiak; Nixon)
  Anniversary (60th) program on new technology, 11:4.22
  Blog is now published as part of newsletter, 9:5.19
  Boston area Walk for Hunger, 6:9.17
  Brainstorming session on the future of chapter, 6:8.26
  Career panel at Simmons GSLIS, 8:4.24
  Chapter blog wins AALL Certificate of Appreciation, 10:4.32
  Chapter forms new Archives and History Committee, 9:4.22
  "Introduction to Legal Research" course offered, 8:3.20
  Legal research course offered, 10:3.24
  Meeting topic: Blog tutorial, 9:8.23
  Meeting topic: Digital libraries, 7:10.28
  Meeting topic: "Doing More with Less," 9:4.22
  Meeting topic: Health law, 11:9.30
  Meeting topic: insurance law and volunteer book drive, 10:9.26
  Meeting topic: Intellectual property, 6:3.22
  Meeting topic: "Law, Nature and Gifts from the Sea," 10:4.32
  Meeting topic: "Leading through Change for Information Professionals," 8:3.20
  Meeting topic: Terrorism, 9:8.23
  New editors for newsletter, 9:2.24
  Newsletter tips, 9:6.22
  Outreach with Simmons GSLIS, 8:8.19
  Program with Simmons Library School students, 7:10.27
  Redesigns Web site, 7:2.28
  Service Committee, 7:5.28, 7:9.8, 7:10.28
Chapters: Law Librarians of Puget Sound
  Experience Music Project discussed, 6:8.26
  Meeting topic: identity theft, 6:10.14
  New officers, installation of, 6:2.18
  PresenCORC: Cooperative Online Resource Catalog, 6:5.20
Chapters: Law Librarians Society of Washington D.C.
  Breakfast meeting "Meet and Greet," 6:5.20
  Directory of federal law libraries compiled, 6:10.14
  Executive board announced, 6:2.18
  Holiday parties, 6:6.20
  Joint meeting with VALL, 11:1.41
  "Law Librarian's Society of D.C. Day," 9:3.21
  Legal Research Institute, 9:6.22
  Meeting topic: Fair use by S. Vaidhyanathan, 9:9.24
  Meeting topic: Mental effects of terrorism, 6:6.20
  New executive board announced at annual banquet, 10:1.31
  New Serial Set information on Web site, 6:9.17
  Opening reception, 10:3.24
Chapters: Law Library Association of Greater New York
  Anniversary, 65th, 8:9.24
  Annual meeting held at Rockefeller Plaza, 11:2.20
  Children's book drive, 11:7.34
  New officers, 6:10.14
  Presidential Certificate of Merit for support to library community after Sept. 11, 7:2.31
  Pro Bono Committee, 7:9.8
  Task force to assist libraries affected by 9/11, 6:5.17
  Winter meeting held, 6:8.26
Chapters: Law Library Association of Maryland
  Anniversary, 20th, 6:10.14
  Biennial research institute, 8:8.18, 10:8.22
  Chapter blog tips, 9:9.25
  Chapter learns about podcasting, 10:4.32
  Group lobbies to keep library of the Maryland DNR, 9:9.24
  Group tours Library Company of Baltimore, 10:4.32
  Legislative Day, 11:8.26
  Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 10:1.30(Miller)
  Maryland librarians' activities in Boston for Annual Meeting, 9:1.32
  Maryland library associations join together to lobby legislature, 10:6.18
  Meeting topic: Blogs, 9:8.23
  Meeting topic: GSI and LIVEDGAR, 10:4.32
  Public Access to Government Information Award, 10:1.30(Crawley)
  Review of programs offered in 2003-4, 8:9.26
  Silent auction at holiday party, 9:5.19
  Stitching SIS new at Annual Meeting, 11:1.40
  Strategic planning conference for Maryland libraries, 9:3.20
  Telephone Reference/Night Owl Service at Enoch Pratt Free Library, 9:5.19
Chapters: Michigan Association of Law Libraries
  Anniversary (28th) celebrated at Wayne State, 9:1.32
  Anniversary celebration, 6:3.22
  Fall retreat held, 9:3.21
Chapters: Mid-America Association of Law Libraries
  Anniversary, 30th, 10:3.24
  Local arrangements manual now at MAALL Web site, 8:9.25
  New director for MALLCO consortium, 11:4.22
  PR booth at Annual Meeting (2003 Seattle), 8:2.15
  "Show Me the Future" subject of annual fall meeting, 6:5.20
  Workshop on finding company information held at joint MALL/MAALL meeting, 9:4.23
Chapters: Minnesota Association of Law Libraries
  AALL scholarship goes to chapter member, 10:1.31(Baland)
  Anniversary (50th) photo contest extended, 11:1.41
  Anniversary (50th) Photography contest, 10:2.26
  Anniversary, 50th, 10:4.32, 10:5.22
  Cataloging workshop with MOTSE, 8:6.22
  Chapter Development Award, 10:1.31(Wells)
  Chapter election results, 10:9.27
  Chapter receives Excellence in Marketing Award, 10:1.31
  Chapter strategic planning, 10:7.36
  Dakota County Law Library opens new service area, 10:8.22
  Keynote speaker member of Little Rock Nine, 13:4.6
  Law and technology show scheduled, 6:2.18
  Law firm open house, 8:6.22
  Law Librarianship Award, 6:2.18 (Anderson)
  Lawmoose.com and, 7:7.20
  Leadership conference, 6:9.17
  Legal Research Institute, 7:7.20, 9:7.30
  Legal Research Institute includes CLE credits, 9:5.19
  MALL and LLNE, Strategic planning, 6:5.20
  MALL Law Librarian of the Year, 10:1.31(Kelly)
  Marvin Anderson honored as a Minnesota Attorney of the Year 2001, 6:8.26
  Meeting topic: blogs, 9:3.21
  Members active in upcoming Annual Meeting in San Antonio, 9:8.23
  Minnesota Legal Research Guide 2d, 7:4.26
  Minnesota Library Association and, 7:3.30
  Outreach to library school students, 8:9.24
  Photo contest winner congratulated, 10:3.25, 10:7.36, 10:8.22, 11:7.34
  PR for LIS students, 8:5.24
  Project to help Pro Se patrons, 11:3.22
  Public Relations ideas, 7:7.20
  Publications by chapter members, 11:7.34
  Receives LSTA grant, 7:2.28
  Research Institute, 11:7.34
  Spring conference, 6:10.14
  University of Minnesota adds millionth volume, 9:3.21
  Workshop held for public librarians, 9:3.21
  Workshop on finding company information held at joint MALL/MAALL meeting, 9:4.23
Chapters: New Jersey Law Librarians Association
  Bridge the Gap program for summer associates, 7:10.26
  Career tips offered at meeting, 9:4.23
  Display at Annual Meeting (2003 Seattle), 8:2.15
  Gift books for Safe House shelter, 8:5.24
  Law firm management program, 8:5.24
  Legal Reference for Public Librarians Workshop, 7:8.32
  Legal Research Workshop held for regional library cooperative, 9:5.19
  Meeting topic: Getting the most out of search engines, 8:8.19
  New Web site announced, 8:5.24
  Professor Arthur Miller is guest speaker at meeting, 9:3.21
  Summer associate training offered, 6:8.26
  "Technology Tips and Tricks to Enhance Your Productivity and Delivery," 8:3.20
  Workshop on communications strategies, 6:10.15
Chapters: New Orleans Association of Law Librarians
  Annual meeting topic "New Challenges Facing Librarianship," 6:5.17
  Author Rene Nevils guest at meeting, 6:10.14
  New Orleans Web site, 11:7.40
  Tour of Baton Rouge, 6:10.14
Chapters: Northern California Association of Law Libraries
  Annual Spring Institute, 6:8.26
  Career event at University of California Berkeley, 11:3.23
  Groups lobby against UCITA, 6:9.12
  Mark Mackler receives Professional Achievement Award, 6:9.17
  Members encouraged to write for law journals, 8:5.18
  New officers, installation of, 6:9.12
  Newsletter goes online, 6:5.17
  NOCALL participates in Berkeley career day, 7:3.30
  Presidential Certificate of Merit awarded to chapter, 6:2.18
  Thirteenth edition of The Union List produced, 6:10.15
  Workshop considers improvisational techniques, 6:4.27
Chapters: Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries
  Anniversary, 50th, 8:9.9
  Annual meetings: ORALL, SANDALL, SWALL, 7:2.28
  County Law Library SIG meets to discuss funding crisis, 10:7.36
  Kent State participant addresses group, 15:8.9-10
  Meeting topic: "Adapting to Change, Adopting New Strategies," 10:4.33
  Meeting topic: Changes in the law library environment, 8:4.24
  Meeting topic: Collaboration discussed at chapter annual meeting, 9:4.23
  New board members announced, 6:4.27
Chapters: San Diego Area Law Librarians
  Annual meetings: ORALL, SANDALL, SWALL, 7:2.28
  Chapter scholarship announced, 10:1.31(Lihosit)
  Chapters lobby against UCITA, 6:9.12
  Holiday Tea, 6:6.20, 7:6.28
  Long-range planning discussed, 7:3.30
  Meeting topic: AACR2, 7:7.20
  Meeting topic: Disaster preparedness, 7:4.26
  Meeting topic: long-term insurance, 7:10.28
  Meeting topic: San Diego legal history, 8:4.25
  Meeting with paralegals, 6:9.17
  New officers announced at business meeting, 10:1.31
  Officers installed, 6:2.26
  Project LEAP video features careers in law, 6:8.26
  Reception for ALA members attending Midwinter Meeting, 8:6.22
  Silent auction, 7:8.32
  Tom Stallard of Legislative Intent Service addresses group, 8:8.19
  Workshop on "Competitive Intelligence" strategies, 6:5.17
Chapters: South Florida Association of Law Libraries
  Public policy presentation held, 9:4.25
  Rare law books from Barcelona on display, 8:8.18
Chapters: Southeastern Chapter
  Academic law library directors in chapter fund travel for Katrina-impacted librarians, 10:6.18
  Anniversary, 50th, 7:3.30, 7:10.27
  Annual conference to be held April 2002 in Fort Lauderdale, 6:4.40
  Atlanta joint meeting with SWALL, 6:3.22
  Chapter considers becoming a signatory to the Open the Government.org's statement, 10:1.32
  Committee raises funds for Katrina relief, 10:8.23
  Contributions to Hurricane and other disaster victims, 11:2.20
  Creates new scholarship and grant, 9:2.24
  EPA plan to decrease Toxic Release Inventory opposed by chapter, 10:6.18
  Florida Coastal Staff Vision Award, 10:2.26(Manning)
  Hurricane Katrina Relief Web page set up, 10:3.25
  Institute on the invisible Web, 6:5.17
  Legislative brief, 6:10.24
  Local annual meeting includes program on writing, 9:9.24
  New board members, 6:9.12
  New Orleans site of SEALL meeting, 11:4.22
  Service Award, 10:2.26(Janto)
  Whistleblowers Protection Act supported by chapter, 10:6.18
Chapters: Southern California Association of Law Libraries
  Anniversary, 50th, 7:6.28
  Annual Institute in San Diego, 11:3.23
  Chapter awards presented, 11:1.41
  Chapter institute on foreign and international law, 11:6.26
  Chapters lobby against UCITA, 6:9.12
  Contribution to Diversity Recruitment Summit, 11:2.20
  Employment law topic of institute, 6:5.17
  Inner City Youth Internship Program, 7:9.8
  L.A. County Law Library Building 50th Jubilee, 7:10.27
  Locating the Law new edition, 6:2.18
  Vendor Service Award, 8:2.14 (Spinelli)
  William B. Rohan Chapter Service Award, 7:2.4, 7:2.28 (A. Brecht)
Chapters: Southern New England Law Librarians Association
  Barbara Karp Memorial Scholarship Fund to attend SNELLA meetings or workshops, 9:7.30
  Connecticut Courthouse library closures opposed, 14:7.5
  Connecticut Judicial Branch library closure fight, 15:4.24-26
  Exhibit for the Annual Meeting designed by members, 9:1.32
  Holds professional development events, 9:2.24
  Holiday dinner, 6:6.20
  Leadership conference, 6:9.17
  Legal publishing subject of program, 7:6.28
  Legal Research Class, 9:7.30
  Librarians volunteer at public TV phone drive, 8:2.14
  Members attend Career Night at Connecticut State University, 8:9.25
  One day legal research workshop held, 9:3.21
  Program on developing people skills, 8:4.24
  Programs on legal research and electronic license agreements, 7:8.32
  Sponsors magician, 9:1.33
  Visits to Bindery and Connecticut publisher, 6:8.26
  Web site to have password protected union catalog, 6:6.20
Chapters: Southwest Association of Law Libraries
  Annual meetings: ORALL, SANDALL, SWALL, 7:2.28
  Atlanta joint meeting with SEALL, 6:3.22
  Joint annual meeting with HALL, 8:8.18
Chapters: Virginia Association of Law Libraries
  Chapter annual meeting held at the University of Richmond, 10:4.33
  Chapter member publishes new edition of A Guide to Legal Research in Virginia, 10:4.33
  Joint meeting with LLSDC, 11:1.41
  Joint meeting with Virginia Library Association, 8:5.25
  Law librarians join VLA Annual Conference, 8:2.14
  Meeting at Jefferson Library, 7:10.28
  Meeting topic: E-books, 6:2.26
  Meeting topic: Lawyering skills, 11:8.26
  Meeting topic: Negotiating, 11:6.26
  Meeting topic: Virginia code revision, 10:1.32
  Members encouraged to write for law journals, 8:5.18
  New officers, 6:9.12
  New officers, announcement of, 10:1.32
  Reference and UCITA topics of spring meeting, 6:9.17
  VALL and LLSDC, Winter Joint Meeting of Legal Technology, 6:6.20
  Videoconference for chapter meeting, 12:2.16
  Virginia Lawyer features librarians, 6:5.17
  Virginia Lawyer publishes theme issue on law librarianship, 10:4.36
Chapters: Western Pacific Chapter
  Chapter annual meeting in Estes Park, 8:9.24, 9:3.21
  Chapter member wins Spirit of Law Librarianship award, 10:4.36
  Copyright conference at BYU, 6:3.22
  Executive board announced, 6:2.18
  New members, new positions, 11:7.34
  Regional meetings planned for Las Vegas and Hawaii, 10:8.23
China-U.S. Conference on Legal Information, 12:8.29
Collection development. see also Budget
  Changing nature of the job, 6:3.6
  Don't Throw That Away: Ensuring Future Access to Legal Information in an Age of Digital Media, 10:2.9CRIV(2005 San Antonio)
  Hein moves to an electronic Green Slip service, 10:2.4CRIV
  Mapping a Digital Collection Development Policy, 15:2.4-6 CRIV (2010 Denver)
  Negotiating License Agreements: Revisited, 8:2.4CRIV (2003 Seattle)
  Negotiation skills, 15:6.9-11
  Reference books vs. online sources, 13:5.24
  Relationship between public service and technical service for collection development, 8:4.5CRIV
  Review: Solo by Choice: How To Be The Lawyer You Always Wanted To Be, 12:8.7
  Terms of use agreements, 13:5.29
  Unsolicited materials, treatment of, 15:4.3(CRIV)
  Virtual library collection and budgeting, 15:8.20-23
  Weedling policy, 6:5.12
  Working with a special collection, 10:5.8
  Workshop: Electronic Resources from Acquisitions to Access, 10:7.11CRIV
Colloquium for Law Librarians and Legal Publishers
  Fifth colloquium addresses changing nature of legal research, 6:1.24
  Sixth colloquium planning underway, 13:1.6
Committee on Relations with Information Vendors. see under Committees (AALL)
Committee publications and reports
  AALL Guide to Fair Business Practices for Legal Publishers, 7:5.4
  Educational programming final report, 7:2.24
  Promote Law Librarians as Legal Research Trainers final report, 7:2.24
  State-by-State Report on Permanent Public Access to Electronic Government Information published, 8:1.8
Committees (AALL): AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers. see also Awards
  Hazelton to be featured speaker, 11:8.30
  Publicity for this year's papers complete, 11:4.24
  Solicitation of articles, 8:2.19, 8:4.6, 9:2.31, 9:3.29, 9:4.31, 10:3.26, 13:3.26, 14:4.36, 15:3.19, 15:4.31
Committees (AALL): AALLNET Advisory Committee
  Committee now has its own Web site, 9:7.32
  Discussion forum planned for Boston meeting, 8:5.26
  Editor to oversee Web site needed, 9:4.4
  Hall of Fame, 14:9.12
  Improvements made to Web site, 9:5.20
  Strategic planning, 13:1.6
  Webmaster and list owner workshops planned, 8:2.16
  Webmasters workshop, 6:6.17
  Workshop planned, 8:4.27 (2004 Boston), 9:3.30 (2005 San Antonio)
Committees (AALL): AALLNET Strategic Planning Special Committee, 14:1.5
  Redesign of AALLNET underway, 14:8.28
Committees (AALL): Access to Electronic Legal Information Committee (AELIC)
  50-state Authentication Survey of legal documents on the Web, 10:4.4, 10:9.21
  Authentication issues still under study, 11:1.44
  Authentication survey of state statutes on the Web, 10:4.40
  Certificate of Merit to former chair Matthews, 11:1.44
  Committee charged with assisting in making court and agency information available on the Internet, 9:9.26
  Evaluation for Web sites criteria updated, 8:4.26
  Model law proposed, 11:1.4
  National Commissioners of Uniform State Laws considers digital authentication, 12:7.6
  Overview at Advocacy workshop Portland, 13:1.8
  Revised charge to committee, 10:5.24
  State statutes on the internet, usefulness, 15:4.18-19
  State working groups for authentication and preservation of online resources, 14:6.5
Committees (AALL): Ancillary Benefits Special Committee, 6:2.19
Committees (AALL): Annual Meeting Program Committee
  Future meeting planning, 9:9.4MB
  How the committee works, 9:9.1MB
Committees (AALL): Annual Meeting Review Special Committee, 14:1.5
  President's comments, 14:6.1 MB
  Recent history and changes to the Annual Meeting, 14:6.1 MB
Committees (AALL): Awards Committee
  Nominations sought for AALL Awards, 6:3.16, 7:3.26, 8:2.17, 11:2.24
Committees (AALL): Bylaws Committee
  Committee's work explained, 10:8.24
  Requests all Association bylaws changes, 7:2.8
  Web page links to AALL, section and SIS bylaws, 8:5.26
  Web site worth visiting, 10:3.26
Committees (AALL): Cataloging and Intranet Access to Electronic Resources, 7:3.4
Committees (AALL): Centennial Celebration Committee
  Centennial Toolkit, 9:3.23
  Oral history project with Micrographics and Audiovisual-SIS, Legal History and Rare Books-SIS, and Academic Law Libraries-SIS, 9:3.24
  Variety Show DVD proceeds to go to Scholarship Fund, 11:3.30
  Variety show to be part of the celebration at the St. Louis Annual Meeting, 10:4.40
  VIP's encouraged to attend Annual Meeting, 10:5.24
  Web site for centennial celebration, 9:7.32
  Web site will include classic articles about AALL history, 9:3.23
Committees (AALL): Citations Formats, Universal Citation Guide Version 2.1 now on Web site, 6:9.21
Committees (AALL): Committee on Relations with Information Vendors
  2002 Orlando Programs, 6:10.32
  2003 Seattle Program: 30 Sites in 30 Minutes: Favorite Acquisitions Web Sites, 8:2.5CRIV , 9:8.26
  2004 Boston Program: Creating and Maintaining Legal History Collections, 9:2.7CRIV
  2004 Boston Program: CRIV Hot Topic: Trends in Legal Publishing, 9:2.3CRIV
  2004 Boston Program: Legal Information Microform Materials: The Gold Standard for Legal Collections, Research and Preservation, 9:2.7CRIV, 9:2.9CRIV
  2004 Boston Program: The Virtual Federal Depository Library Program: A Reality for the 21st Century, 9:2.5CRIV
  2005 San Antonio Program: Don't Throw That Away, 10:2.9CRIV
  2005 San Antonio Program: Finding Government Documents Today, 10:2.7CRIV
  2005 San Antonio Program: Shrinking Budgets and the Long-term Impact on Library Collections, 10:2.11CRIV
  2006 St. Louis Program: Copyright and Google Book Search, 11:2.7CRIV
  2006 St. Louis Program: Google Search Appliance Beta Test, 11:2.4CRIV
  2006 St. Louis Program: Legal Publishers and Business Practices, 11:2.6CRIV
  2006 St. Louis Program: Preservation of Digital Information, 11:2.3CRIV
  2007 New Orleans Program: Finding Government Documents Collections Reborn Online, 12:2.5CRIV
  2007 New Orleans Program: Legal Information: Globalization, 12:2.3CRIV
  2007 New Orleans Program: Legal Publishing in the 21st Century, 12:2.10CRIV
  2007 New Orleans Program: Meeting the Challenges of E-Life Cycle Management, 12:2.7CRIV
  2007 New Orleans Program: Negotiation 101 for Librarians, 12:2.9CRIV
  2007 New Orleans Program: Understanding copyright challenges in licensing, 12:2.6CRIV
  2008 Portland Programs, 12:6.34
  2011 Philadelphia Programs, 15:7.2CRIV
  AALL Guide to Fair Business Practices for Legal Publishers, 7:5.4
  AALL Guide to Fair Business Practices for Legal Publishers , 7:5.7CRIV, 8:3.28, 8:4.2CRIV, 9:2.3CRIV, 9:4.2CRIV, 10:1.22, 10:5.23
  AbeLibrary closes Web site, 8:4.10CRIV
  Acquiring Content in a Global Marketplace, 13:2.11CRIV
  Acquisitions and invoicing problems, 15:7.12CRIV
  Advocacy Issue Update, 15:7.7-9CRIV
  Amazon.com offers corporate accounts to libraries, 6:7.9
  Anniversary issue, 25th, 8:2.2CRIV
  Antitrust Implications of Expressive Boycotts, 15:7.3-6CRIV
  Authentication issues in access to online services, 10:4.10CRIV
  Billing and payment issues with vendors, 11:7.5CRIV
  BNA electronic service contract, 7:5.8CRIV-10CRIV, 7:8.5CRIV
  BNA Law School Program updates, 9:9.28
  BNA new billing system, 9:4.11CRIV
  BNA's law school package, 6:3.9 CRIV
  Book Review: Legal Information Buyer's Guide & Reference Manual, 2009, 14:7.8CRIV
  Budget cutting in a county law library, 10:4.5CRIV
  Budget planning in a law firm library, 10:4.7CRIV
  Canceling legal continuations, 10:4.3CRIV, 15:2.9-10CRIV
  Casebook publishers, 11:7.7CRIV
  CCH customer survey, 6:5.9 CRIV
  Changes in CRIV structure, 12:7.3CRIV
  Changes in vendor relations, 13:7.6 CRIV
  Comments from the chair, 6:3.2CRIV, 6:5.2CRIV, 6:8.2CRIV, 8:2.2CRIV, 8:4.2CRIV, 8:7.2CRIV, 9:2.2CRIV, 9:4.2CRIV, 9:7.2CRIV, 10:2.2CRIV, 10:4.2CRIV, 10:7.3CRIV, 11:2.2CRIV, 11:4.2CRIV, 11:7.2CRIV, 12:2.2CRIV, 12:7.2CRIV, 13:2.2CRIV, 13:7.2CRIV, 14:4.2CRIV , 14:7.2CRIV, 15:2.2CRIV, 15:4.2(CRIV), 15:7.2CRIV
  Comments on the legal publishing industry, 8:7.2CRIV
  Committee appointments, 11:2.2CRIV
  Committee's plans for upcoming year, 9:1.34, 12:1.50
  Connect with Vendors: Partner for a Strategic Advantage, 8:2.3CRIV (2003 Seattle)
  Cornell cancels Elsevier titles, 8:4.10CRIV
  CRIV membership changes, 6:1.20
  CRIV quiz, 6:1.20
  CRIV to establish chapter and SIS liaisons, 10:8.25
  CRIV Tools: Useful resources for Working with Information Vendors, 9:4.9CRIV, 9:7.11CRIV, 13:1.46, 13:2.14CRIV
  Customer service quality, 13:7.3 CRIV
  Dealing with the rising cost of supplementation of law books, 8:2.9CRIV
  Directory of Law Reviews now online, 8:7.11CRIV
  Disposing of used law books, 9:4.5CRIV
  Duties of an acquisitions librarian, 9:4.8CRIV
  E-books from Nolo and EBSCO, 14:7.6CRIV
  The Economics of Interface, online legal research, 15:2.6-7CRIV (2010 Denver)
  EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) useful in vendor transactions, 9:7.6CRIV
  Editor's comments, 6:3.3CRIV, 6:5.3CRIV, 6:8.3CRIV, 10:7.2CRIV, 11:2.2CRIV, 11:4.2CRIV, 11:7.2CRIV, 13:2.2CRIV, 14:4.2CRIV , 14:7.2CRIV, 15:2.2CRIV, 15:4.2(CRIV), 15:7.2CRIV
  Effect of free primary sources on Internet, 11:4.16CRIV
  Evolving Fair Use Policies in the Private Law Firm, 13:2.8CRIV
  Fair business practices implementation task force update, 8:7.6CRIV
  Format changes of print materials, 15:4.5-8(CRIV)
  Franklin Book Company closure, 9:7.3CRIV
  The Frugal Librarian, 15:2.8CRIV (2010 Denver)
  FTC Prenotification Negative Options Rule, 14:4.4 CRIV , 14:4.6 CRIV
  The Future of Electronic Legal Information, 13:2.10CRIV
  Hein discontinues most monograph titles, 11:4.5CRIV
  Hein discontinues servicing Thomson West standing orders, 9:4.11CRIV
  HeinOnline in law firms, 8:4.7CRIV, 8:7.8CRIV
  HeinOnline Legal Classics Library, 10:4.12CRIV
  History of CRIV, 13:7.4 CRIV
  Journal editorial team leaves publishing company, 8:4.10CRIV
  Law review acquisitions on a budget, 11:7.6CRIV
  Legal publishing issues subject of week-long discussion, 8:8.24
  Lexis for Microsoft Office product interview, 14:7.5CRIV
  LexisNexis panel update, 6:2.30
  Librarians employed by legal publishers, 8:7.8CRIV, 9:4.6CRIV
  Library liaison program, 6:3.7 CRIV
  Library maintenance agreements, 12:7.5CRIV
  Library school course on vendor relations, 11:4.3CRIV
  License agreement definitions, 13:4.10 CRIV
  LLMC Digital Project, 7:8.7CRIV-8CRIV, 11:4.7CRIV
  Loose-leaf binders, 8:7.5CRIV
  Massachusetts law librarians organize MACRIV, 8:4.6CRIV
  Mediation: Report of the chair, 6:3.5 CRIV
  Mediations, 6:3.12 CRIV, 6:5.12 CRIV, 7:5.4CRIV
  Member profile: Carol Rogers, 6:3.11 CRIV
  Member Profile: Michael Bushbaum, 6:5.11 CRIV
  Member profile: Michelle Wu, 6:8.8 CRIV
  Member survey of electronic services availability, 7:5.6CRIV-7CRIV
  Money-Go-Round: What to Do When Payments Go Astray, 8:2.6CRIV (2003 Seattle)
  Negotiating License Agreements: Revisited, 8:2.4CRIV (2003 Seattle)
  Negotiating multi-year contracts, 14:4.8 CRIV
  Negotiating tips, 12:4.10CRIV
  NELLCO and BNA electronic service contract, 7:5.10CRIV-12CRIV
  New members, 7:5.3CRIV-4CRIV
  New online discussion list for SIS and chapter CRIVs, 10:8.25
  New Product Award, 6:5.5 CRIV
  New Product Award, nominations sought, 8:2.11CRIV, 10:2.12CRIV, 11:2.10CRIV, 12:2.12CRIV
  New Webmaster for CRIV page, 10:2.3CRIV
  Nominees sought for New Product Award, 13:2.15CRIV
  Oceana ends SOLT program, 9:4.12CRIV
  Online legal research alternatives to WL and Lexis:Loislaw and Versuslaw, 11:4.9CRIV
  Open Forum, 7:4.32 (Orlando), 8:1.30 (Seattle)
  Open-sourcing Internet resources, 12:7.3CRIV
  Outsourced cataloging online resources, 14:4.6 CRIV
  Price Index Interview with A. Poulter, 8:2.11CRIV
  Problems with microfiche quality, 9:4.3CRIV
  Product development testing, role of librarians, 15:4.9-11(CRIV)
  Program plans for Seattle, 7:10.22
  Project COUNTER, 12:9.36
  Publishers' library relations, 15:7.10-11CRIV
  Relationship between vendors and AALL, 12:4.2CRIV
  Reverse Site Visits, 7:6.26
  Reverse Site Visits: Aspen, 7:3.2CRIV-12CRIV, 7:8.3CRIV-5CRIV
  Reverse Site Visits: Bernan, 7:7.10, 7:7.31
  Reverse Site Visits: CCH visits Allstate Insurance, Chi-Kent and Katen Muchin Rosenman, 11:4.10CRIV
  Shepard's Citations analysis of West headnotes, 11:4.6CRIV
  Shepard's Citations, history and future, 8:7.3CRIV
  Site visit, 6:2.3 CRIV (Hein), 6:8.2 CRIV (West Group and Aspen), 6:8.5 CRIV (Bernan), 7:8.2CRIV (Aspen Customer Care), 10:4.9CRIV (CCH Headquarters), 10:5.23, 10:7.3CRIV (LexisNexis), 11:7.7CRIV (Wolters Kluwer Legal), 13:2.3 CRIV (Oxford), 13:4.2 CRIV (H.W. Wilson)
  Tales from the Dark Side: Vendor/Library Relations, 13:2.13CRIV
  Thomson Legal & Regulatory Market Group, 6:8.7 CRIV
  Toolkit to include A Legal Publishers' List, 6:5.3 CRIV, 6:5.4 CRIV
  Unsolicited materials, treatment of, 15:4.3(CRIV)
  Vendor business systems, 8:2.7CRIV
  Vendor customer service reps, 9:7.7CRIV
  Vendor liaison, role of, 15:6.1-4 (MB)
  Vendor meetings-West Group, Aspen, 6:3.3 CRIV
  Vendor new product questions, 14:7.2CRIV
  Vendor Profile: American Judicature Society, 8:4.9CRIV
  Vendor Profile: Brill Academic Publishers, 8:7.7CRIV
  Vendor Profile: Carswell, 7:8.6CRIV-7CRIV
  Vendor Profile: International Law Institute, 9:4.10CRIV
  Vendor Profile: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, 8:4.9CRIV
  Vendor Profile: W.H. Everett and Son, 7:2.22
  Vendor Profile: William S. Hein Co., 10:2.3CRIV, 10:2.6CRIV
  Vendor Profile: William S. Hein Co. comments on subscription agents, 10:2.6CRIV
  Vendor Profile: Wolters Kluwer, 10:7.13CRIV
  Vendor Profile: YBP Library Services, 9:2.10CRIV
  Vendor Relations Liaison interview, 14:4.3 CRIV
  Vendor roundtable, 15:2.3CRIV
  Vendor supplied usage statistics, 13:4.7 CRIV
  Vendor's view of annual meeting exhibit behavior, 14:7.7CRIV
  Web page, 6:8.7 CRIV
  West and CRIV in Orlando, 7:4.32
  West Group discussion of subscription notes, 6:8.4 CRIV
  West Group label application process facility, 6:5.6 CRIV
  West pricing teleconference report, 7:5.5CRIV-6CRIV
  WestLaw Next reviewed, 14:7.28
  WestlawNext product interview, 14:7.3CRIV
  West's Business Systems Initiative, 6:5.3 CRIV, 6:5.7 CRIV, 6:5.8 CRIV, 6:9.24
  West's Library Maintenance Agreement (LMA), 11:7.3CRIV
  When to call a lawyer, 11:4.4CRIV
Committees (AALL): Continuing Professional Education Program, 13:3.1 MB, 15:3.1MB
Committees (AALL): Copyright Committee
  Beyond Copyright, 13:9.9(2009 Washington D.C.)
  Committee member testifies before Congress on Section 108, 10:8.24
  DMCA 104 Study cited, 6:5.9
  Eldred v. Reno, 6:5.9
  New Web site, 7:1.22
  Section 108 study group meeting, 11:6.25
  Supreme Court hears arguments on Copyright Term Extension Act, 7:1.22, 7:3.26
  Washington Affairs Office collaboration on current issues, 7:7.4
Committees (AALL): Develop Performance Measurements for Law Librarians Special Committee
  Evaluation standards to be developed, 6:1.11
  Report now available on AALLNET, 9:3.30
Committees (AALL): Developing Law Librarians for the Future Special Committee, 12:1.4
Committees (AALL): Developing Performance Measures Special Committee, report, 8:1.6
Committees (AALL): Diversity Committee
  Annual Symposium speaker change, 9:9.26
  Applicants encouraged for Minority Leadership Development Award, 7:5.24
  Brown v. Board of Education 50th anniversary, 8:4.27, 8:8.15
  Developing Diversity: Exploring Innovative Approaches to Recruitment, 13:1.20
  Minority Leadership Development Award, 6:9.21, 6:10.30
  Minority Leadership Development Award, 10th Anniversary, 15:5.23
  Program on benefits of diversity planned for Seattle, 7:8.6
  Symposium: Celebrating Individuality, 15:3.2MB
  Symposium: Getting a Rise Out of Diversity," 12:1.26
  Symposium on communications, 6:4.28
  Symposium on defining diversity, 14:1.19
  Symposium on Islam and Muslim Societies, 6:6.17, 7:5.24
  Symposium on Latino population in America, 9:8.24
  Symposium on minority law librarians to be held at St. Louis Annual Meeting, 10:4.41
Committees (AALL): Economic Status of Law Librarianship Committee, 8:2.4
  Annual Meeting Programs (2007 New Orleans), 11:9.28
  Approved by the Executive Board, 8:1.29
  Discussion of salary at Annual Meeting session, 12:1.38
  New committee convened at Boston Annual Meeting, 9:1.35
  Online toolkit, 11:7.40
Committees (AALL): Examine Annual Meeting Program Special Committee, 6:3.14
Committees (AALL): Examine Performance Measures Special Committee, 6:3.16
Committees (AALL): Fostering Legal Research as a Subject Specialty Special Committee
  Report and recommendations, 10:9.1MB
  Value of librarian's services, 10:1.4
Committees (AALL): Funding Advocacy Initiatives Special Committee, Washington Affairs Office funding, 8:2.16
Committees (AALL): Future of Law Libraries Special Committee, 6:4.28
  Final report, 7:2.24
Committees (AALL): Government Relations Committee. see also Government and Law Libraries
  AALL Washington E-Bulletin, 11:5.22
  AALL/Aspen grant for compilation of state laws on public access to government information, 6:9.21
  Advocacy workshop, 6:6.17 (Orlando), 8:3.24 (Boston), 8:5.26 (Boston), 8:7.29 (Boston), 9:1.35 (Boston), 10:5.24 (St. Louis), 13:1.8 (Portland), 14:1.7 (Washington, D.C.), 14:6.5 (Denver)
  Chair participates in all-California Joint Institute, 10:8.24
  Chapter liaison program, 7:1.22
  Committee charge, 10:2.27
  Committee partners with AELIC and AAL Washington Office on authentication survey of state statutes on the Web, 10:4.40
  Digital Millenium Copyright Act report, 7:1.22
  Functions and duties, 7:7.4MB
  Hot Topic: USA PATRIOT Act, 7:1.22
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training session, 11:1.8, 11:1.44, 11:7.40
  Monitors legislation, 6:3.21
  New Web site, 6:6.17
  PAGI award, nominees sought, 6:2.19, 7:2.8, 11:3.30, 11:6.25
  Permanent public access activities planned, 9:3.23
  Program plans for Seattle, 7:9.6
  "Public key infrastructure technology" subject of Legislative Update, 7:1.22 (2002 Orlando)
  Register of Copyrights to speak in New Orleans, 11:9.28
  State action on permanent public access to electronic documents, 9:5.20
  State working groups for authentication and preservation of online resources, 14:6.5
  State-by-State Report on Permanent Public Access to Electronic Government Information published, 8:1.8
  Superintendent of Documents gives update at Annual Meeting, 12:1.6
  Survey of access to electronic state government information, 7:4.10
  Survey on state laws supporting preservation of Web information, 7:8.6
  Topics for Annual Meeting announced, 10:3.26
  Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act, 7:6.14
  Video kit of USA PATRIOT Act available, 7:7.4
Committees (AALL): Graduate Education for Law Librarianship Special Committee , 10:7.37
Committees (AALL): Grants CommitteeGrants Committee
  AALL/Aspen grant announced, 10:4.41(Kearley)
  Annual Meeting and Workshop Grants applications, 9:5.20, 11:3.30
  Apply early for the AALL Grants program, 9:3.23
  Deadline for grants for the Annual Meeting announced, 10:4.41
  Description of committee and its work, 10:5.24
  Letters of recommendation, how to write, 15:4.20-22
Committees (AALL): Hospitality for Overseas Participants Special Committee, 6:8.30
Committees (AALL): Indexing of Periodical Literature Advisory Committee
  Criteria for indexing electronic periodicals, 7:10.6
  New titles approved for Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals, 8:4.26
Committees (AALL): Investigate Benefits for AALL Members Special Committee, 6:1.11
Committees (AALL): Involving ALL Our Members Special Committee, 12:1.4
Committees (AALL): Law Librarian Compensation Special Committee, 6:1.11, 8:1.6
  Law Librarian Compensation Special Committee report, 8:1.6
Committees (AALL): Leadership Development Committee
  Strategic goals for 2010-2013, 15:3.3MB
Committees (AALL): Leadership Development Special Committee, 12:1.4
  Leadership Academy, 12:7.37 (2008), 12:8.29 (2008), 13:6.40 (2008), 13:6.40, 14:8.10 (2009), 15:6.11
  Leadership skills program, 12:8.22
  Participant's view, 13:5.20
Committees (AALL): Lesbian and Gay Issues Standing Committee
  Anniversary, 25th, 15:5.14-16
  History and rationale, 10:4.18
Committees (AALL): Licensing Principles for Electronic Resources Special Committee, 7:3.4
  Guidelines, 8:7.28
  Revises principles, 8:5.26
Committees (AALL): Local Arrangements Committee
  New Orleans Web site, 11:7.40
  Planning underway for Annual Meeting (2007 New Orleans), 11:1.44
Committees (AALL): Member Publications Special Committee, 13:1.6
  To analyze AALLNET and Spectrum, 8:1.29
  Changes recommended in AALL Spectrum, Law Library Journal, and AALLNET, 9:4.4
  New issue of E-Bulletin on AALLNET, 11:4.24
  Recommendation to move time-sensitive content to AALLNET, 10:7.9
Committees (AALL): Membership and Retention Committee
  Calls to lapsed members, 8:9.26, 9:5.20
  "First Year Free" campaign launched, 9:9.26
Committees (AALL): Membership Development Committee
  charge to mentor members, 15:3.4MB
Committees (AALL): Mentoring Committee
  Annual Meeting tips, 14:6.26
  Committee to host CONELL, 7:8.6
  CONELL, 6:1.4 (Minneapolis), 6:5.9 (Minneapolis), 7:10.6 (Seattle), 8:4.26 (Boston), 8:5.26 (Boston), 8:6.24 (Boston), 9:8.24 (San Antonio), 9:9.26 (San Antonio), 10:6.20 (St. Louis), 10:8.24 (St. Louis), 14:4.10 (Denver), 14:5.28 (Denver), 14:7.36 (Denver), 15:5.23
  Explanation of CONELL, 8:7.24
  Listserv, 6:5.9
  Members urged to mentor or be mentored, 6:8.17, 7:9.6, 8:5.26, 9:5.21, 9:7.32, 10:3.26, 10:4.41, 10:7.37
  Mentors sought for Boston meeting, 8:7.29
  Outgoing committee reports on successful year, 9:2.25
  Plans for Boston, 8:8.22
  Quick mentor project, 10:5.25, 11:7.40, 11:8.30
  Web site describes committee initiatives, 7:8.6
Committees (AALL): Nominations Committee, 11:3.10
  New members appointed to Nominations Committee, 6:5.10, 7:5.7, 8:6.20, 10:3.22
  Nominations sought for open positions, 6:6.32, 7:6.24, 9:5.21, 9:5.24, 10:2.27, 10:5.32, 13:4.37, 14:4.36, 15:4.27
Committees (AALL): Permanent Public Access to Legal information Special Committee, 10:3.1MB
Committees (AALL): Placement Committee
  Announcement of activities at Annual Meeting, 9:8.25
  Committee Web site needs volunteers to update list of recruiters, 10:6.20
  New Web site, 8:8.22
  Placement Listings on Web site only, 9:9.26
  Recruiter list to be available on Web site, 9:9.26
Committees (AALL): Price Index for Legal Publications Advisory Committee, 7:6.14
Committees (AALL): Pro Bono Partnerships Special Committee, 11:1.4
Committees (AALL): Professional Development Committee
  "Competency of Law Librarianship" brochures distributed, 6:3.17
  Needs assessment survey, 7:9.6
  New education discussion list, 7:4.10
  Nominations sought for chapter educational programming, 7:4.10
  Regional programs suspended, 7:5.25
  Review of programs continues, 7:4.10
Committees (AALL): Promoting Law Librarians to the Legal Community Special Committee, 10:1.4
Committees (AALL): Public Relations
  AALL/Findlaw Excellence in Marketing Awards nominees, 6:10.8
  Best Brochure to NELLCO, 12:1.17
  Best Campaign to Riverside County Law Library, 12:1.17
  Best Newsletter to Law Library Lights, 12:1.17
  Best PR Tool Kit to Alexander Campbell King Law Library, 12:1.17
  Best Use of Technology to Chase College of Law Library, 12:1.17
  Creating displays, 7:3.24
  Day in the Life, 10:3.26 (2006), 11:2.10, 12:3.4 (2008)
  Excellence in Marketing Awards, 6:8.17, 10:2.24, 11:1.14, 12:1.17
  Showcase at 2002 Annual Meeting, 6:8.17
  Statement on value of law librarians, 6:1.11, 7:1.30, 7:2.25, 7:10.8-9
Committees (AALL): Publications Committee
  Committee seeks authors, 10:8.24, 11:7.40
  New author in AALL Publications series announced, 10:3.26
  Proposals solicited, 6:2.19, 9:2.25
  Sexual Orientation and the Law: A Research Bibliography to be added to AALL Publication Series, 10:6.21
Committees (AALL): Recruitment to Law Librarianship
  Clearinghouse for prospective law librarians on its Web site, 11:1.44
  Committee offers tips to job seekers, 10:8.32
  Distance learning program at Emporia State, 6:8.17
  Free Annual Meeting registration proposed for library school students, 8:5.26
  International Professional Legal Management Week Webinar participation, 11:3.30
  Librarian represents AALL in Webinar on careers in law librarianship, 10:3.27
  marketing law librarianship, 15:3.4MB
  Report on activities, 11:8.30
  Roundtable to be held at Annual Meeting, 9:9.26
  Web article on recruitment from VALL, 9:3.23
Committees (AALL): Research Committee
  AALL Research Agenda reviewed, 6:7.1 MB
  AALL/Aspen grants, 10:1.26
  AALL/Aspen Research Grants, 8:8.22 (Browne; Kunsch)
  AALL/Aspen Research Grants (2004), 9:5.21(Cronin; Gruben; McKenzie)
  AALL/LexisNexis grants, 10:5.25
  Aspen Grants Program, 7:1.27, 7:2.9
  Aspen Law & Business Grant Program, 6:7.2 MB
  Funds available for research grants, 8:4.26
  Grants fund two projects, 6:3.17
  Indian law subject heading project award, 7:7.7
  Information literacy among law students project award, 7:7.7
  LexisNexis endows research fund, 6:7.1 MB
  New committee members, 9:2.25
  Perspectives on research from academic side, 6:7.3 MB
  Perspectives on research from law firm side, 6:7.3 MB
Committees (AALL): Scholarship Committee
  Announcement of available scholarships, 10:3.27, 14:3.27
  Applicants encouraged to apply, 6:4.28, 7:3.26, 8:5.27, 10:5.32, 11:4.24, 11:5.22, 14:5.29 , 15:3.19
  Description of scholarships offered, 11:3.30, 15:5.4
  Library school scholarship awarded, 6:5.9
CONELL. see also Committees (AALL)
Congressional Research Service Reports, Senate resolution provides electronic public access, 7:7.6
Consortia. see Library consortia
Contests. see also Photography
  "Why do you belong to AALL?," 11:2.23
  Why do you belong to AALL?, 11:8.24(Brown; Novak; Tessmer)
Copyright. see also Committees (AALL); Eldred v. Ashcroft; Government and Law Libraries; Intellectual property
  AALL joins amicus brief in Greenberg v. National Geographic Society, 6:4.24
  AALL joins amicus brief on Eldred v. Ashcroft, 6:6.16
  Congressional hearing on orphan works, 10:7.8
  Creative Commons licenses, 14:6.20
  Distance education and fair use exemption, 6:5.8
  DMCA first-year developments, 6:6.6
  Fair Use Policies in the Private Law Firm, 13:2.8CRIV
  Inducing Infringement of Copyrights Act (S. 2560), 9:1.8, 9:2.6, 9:3.4, 9:4.7
  Ten Things Every Law Librarian Needs to Know About Copyright, 14:8.6(Denver 2010)
  Understanding copyright challenges in licensing, 12:1.36 (2007 New Orleans)
  Worldcat Copyright Evidence Registry, 13:6.14

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Day in the Life Contest. see Photography; Public relations
Development. see Headquarters
Difficult library users, 6:7.1, 6:7.26
  Humor and, 6:7.4
  Negotiating with the Bizarre: Strange Questions at the Reference Desk, 9:1.20 (2004 Boston)
Disabilities
  Access to information for hearing-impaired at Maryland State Law Library, 7:3.22
  ADA and law libraries, 6:7.6
  Blind persons in the legal profession, 15:5.10-12
  Service animals in law libraries, 13:5.14
Disaster preparedness
  Communication during a disaster, 12:1.12
  Course in disaster preparedness, 15:7.27
  Hurricane Katrina, Association president's comments, 10:2.4
  Hurricane Katrina, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Law Library response, 10:7.28
  "Maximize Your Library's Survival: Elements of an Effective Disaster Plan," 8:1.22
  President's comments, 13:2.6
  SANDALL meeting, 7:4.26
  September 11: Editor's comments, 6:4.1
  September 11: President's comments, 6:4.8
  September 11: Reflections, 6:3.1, 6:4.40
  Thank you letter from Louisiana law librarians, 11:1.6
Distance education
  Drexel offers reduced rate courses for AALL members, 14:6.32
  Fair use exemption, 6:5.8
  Impact of distance education on career prospects, 12:5.24
Doe v. Gonzales and the USA PATRIOT Act topic of Annual Meeting Program, 12:1.30
Domestic violence, Internet use and abuse, 12:2.6
Dues increase proposal. see Membership issues

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E-books, Nolo and EBSCO exclusive agreement, 14:7.6CRIV
Education. see Teaching legal research
Education for law librarianship
  Association efforts to provide funding for local professional development, 11:6.1MB
  Firm librarian's comments on law librarianship training, 10:2.16
  Impact of distance education on career prospects, 12:5.24
  Joint JD/MSIS at University of Texas, 15:3.20-23
  Law school elective in law librarianship, 10:2.18
  Leadership skills program, 12:8.22
  Library internships, 10:2.14
  Necessity of JD for law librarian, 15:3.26
  Qualifications of a professional law librarian, 10:8.20
  Reduced rate courses for AALL members at Drexel, 14:6.32
  U.S. News Rankings of Law Librarianship programs, 11:2.12
Educational Summit. see Executive Board (AALL)
Eldred v. Ashcroft
  AALL joins amicus brief, 6:6.16
  Law librarians attend argument, 7:5.6
  Oral argument heard, 7:5.8-9, 7:5.27
  Supreme Court hears arguments on Copyright Term Extension Act, 7:3.26
  Supreme Court upholds 1998 Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act, 7:10.10, 7:10.12-13, 7:10.24
Emergency preparedness. see Disaster preparedness
Energy efficiency, 13:3.18
Environment
  The Environment and Law Libraries, 13:1.36 (2008 Portland)
  Vendors discuss green practices at CRIV Roundtable, 15:2.3CRIV
Environmental sustainability, 15:1.14, 15:4.32
  First steps: low hanging fruit for budget and environmental impact, 15:7.30
Executive Board (AALL)
  AALL Guide to Fair Business Practices for Legal Publishers , 7:5.4, 7:5.6, 7:5.7CRIV, 8:3.28, 10:3.16
  AALLNET redesign, 14:9.36
  Adoption of current D.C. Nonprofit Corp. Act, 7:2.24
  Annual Meeting program planning, 9:4.4, 9:9.1MB, 9:9.4MB
  Annual Meeting redesign, 9:8.4
  Annual Meeting scheduling for SIS meetings addressed, 7:5.6
  Annual Meeting (Seattle 2003), 8:1.18
  Annual Meeting site selection policy, 8:4.6
  Annual Meetings Strategies Subcommittee report, 9:9.4
  Antitrust Implications of Expressive Boycotts, 15:7.3-6CRIV
  Ballots for officers and board to be distributed electronically, 9:1.26, 9:2.31
  Business Meeting Agenda, 6:8.34 (2002 Orlando), 6:9.11 (2002 Orlando), 6:10.28 (2002 Orlando), 8:7.35, 8:8.13, 13:8.29(2009, Washington, D.C.)
  By-laws revision proposal, 7:8.30
  Candidates for Executive Board, 6:4.12, 7:4.16-19, 8:3.8, 15:2.30
  Candidates for vice president, 7:4.14-15
  Career Development Special Committee created, 7:5.4
  Congressional testimony by AALL president on Law Library of Congress, 12:4.6
  Current projects of board members, 9:5.3
  District of Columbia Nonprofit Corporations Act membership vote, 6:10.28
  Dues increase proposal, 6:6.14
  Educational Summit, 10:1.6, 10:8.4, 10:9.4
  Election of officers, 6:9.10 (2002), 8:3.1, 8:7.11, 10:4.22 (2006), 14:1.44, 14:2.31, 14:4.37(2010), 15:4.27
  Election schedule change, 7:2.24
  Finances explained, 6:2.1-4MB
  Highlights of upcoming meeting, 8:8.14
  Increased funding sought for Washington Affairs Office, 8:1.4
  Internal workings, 6:5.10
  Job descriptions for Executive Board members, 8:1.6
  Law Librarian Compensation Special Committee report, 8:1.6
  Legislative Advocacy Training Workshop, 13:9.7
  Meetings, spring 2003, 7:10.4
  New executive board members, 7:8.6, 8:1.6, 9:4.30(Anderson; Holterhoff; Kirk; Louis-Jacques), 11:4.30, 12:4.36, 13:4.37
  Nomination process, 8:1.18
  President calls for volunteers, 8:2.4
  President's comments: Bintliff, 6:1.11, 6:2.1 MB, 6:3.14, 6:4.8, 6:5.10, 6:6.14, 6:7.1 MB, 6:9.28, 6:10.1 MB
  President's comments: Duggan, 13:1.6p, 13:2.6p, 13:4.6, 13:5.6, 13:7.6, 13:8.5
  President's comments: Fessenden, 12:1.4p, 12:2.4p, 12:4.4p, 12:5.4p, 12:7.4p, 12:8.4p
  President's comments: Germain, 10:1.4, 10:2.4, 10:4.4, 10:5.5, 10:7.4, 10:8.4
  President's comments: Holterhoff, 11:1.4p, 11:2.4p, 11:4.4p, 11:5.4p, 11:7.4p, 11:8.4p
  President's comments: IMLS Study on the Future of the Library Workforce, 11:5.4
  President's comments: Janto, 15:1.8p, 15:2.6p, 15:4.4, 15:5.4p, 15:7.4p, 15:8.4p
  President's comments: Johnston, 8:1.4p, 8:2.4p, 8:4.4p, 8:5.4, 8:5.4p, 8:7.4p, 8:8.4p
  President's comments: Lemann, 14:1.5, 14:2.5, 14:4.5p, 14:5.5, 14:7.4, 14:8.7
  President's comments: Library Copyright Alliance comments to the Copyright Office, 10:4.4
  President's comments: Nicholson, 7:1.4p, 7:3.4p, 7:5.4p, 7:6.4p, 7:8.4p, 7:9.4p
  President's comments: Permanent Public Access to Government Information, 10:4.4
  President's comments: Reauthorization of the USA PATRIOT Act, 10:4.4
  President's comments: Trotta, 9:1.4p, 9:2.4p, 9:4.4p, 9:5.4p, 9:7.3, 9:7.3p, 9:8.4, 9:8.4p
  Representatives to other law and library organizations, 6:10.1 MB
  Resources during recession, 13:5.6
  Retreat: comments, 8:4.4, 8:4.6, 10:4.6, 15:4.7
  Secretary's report: Gruben, 6:5.24, 6:9.26, 6:10.12
  Secretary's report: Hill, 13:1.10, 13:4.7, 13:9.7, 14:1.6, 14:4.6p, 14:9.6, 15:1.12p, 15:4.7p, 15:9.4p
  Secretary's report: Kirk, 10:1.6, 10:4.6, 10:9.4, 11:1.10, 11:4.6, 11:9.4, 12:1.8p, 12:4.8p, 12:9.4p
  Secretary's report: Lemann, 7:2.24, 7:5.6, 7:10.4, 8:1.6, 8:4.6, 8:8.6, 9:1.6, 9:4.6, 9:9.4
  Strategic Directions, 14:9.1 MB, 14:9.6
  Strategic Directions plan, 13:9.7, 14:1.5
  Strategic Directions plan at retreat, 9:4.6
  Strategic Directions Subcommittee report, 9:9.4, 14:4.6
  Time management of AALL presidents, 13:4.34
  Treasurer's report: Janto, 10:7.6, 11:7.8
  Treasurer's report: Lewis, 15:7.6p
  Treasurer's report: Mao, 12:7.8p, 13:7.8, 14:7.6
  Treasurer's report: Matthewman, 6:8.32, 6:10.16, 7:8.12-13,35, 8:7.6, 9:7.6
  Update on Washington Affairs Office, 8:4.6
  Vendor liaison, role of, 15:6.1-4 (MB)
  Vendor relations, 12:9.1MB
Executive Director. see Headquarters

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Facebook. see Internet resources
Fair Business Practices Guide. see Committees (AALL)
Faulkner v. National Geographic Society, 9:1.8
Federal Register, 70th Anniversary celebration, 10:8.4
Federal Trade Commission. see Committees (AALL)
Federated search. see Technical Services
Foreign, Comparative, and International Law
  Guide to international legal research, 13:3.14
  International human rights law, 13:6.16
  Web translators, 9:6.8
Foreign law
  Canadian legal system, 9:5.10
  China visit by People to People International, 13:6.10
  Chinese vernacular legal collection at Yale, 13:8.18
  Global networking at Annual Meeting, 8:6.2MB
  Resources for foreign law research, 8:9.16
  Response of libraries to globalization, 6:4.1 MB
  Sixth Joint Study Institute to be held in Washington D.C., 12:4.21
  Web resources in China, France, Mexico, 7:2.14
Foreign law library associations. see British Irish Assoc. of Law Librarians; Canadian Assoc. of Law Libraries; International Assoc. of Law Libraries; International Fed. of Library Assocs.
Franklin Book Company. see Committees (AALL)
Freedom of Information
  Faster FOIA Act of 2005, 9:7.4
  FOIA and access to disappearing and restricted federal documents, 13:1.34
  Freedom of Information Act Amendments of 2007, 11:7.6
  The Future of the FOIA, 14:8.6(Denver 2010)
  Office of Government Information Services, 15:2.8
Friends of the Law Library of Congress, 6:10.2 MB
Fundraising
  Friends of the Law Library of Congress, 6:10.2 MB
  Friends of the library in Norfolk, 8:2.12
  Friends of the library program at Annual Meeting in St. Louis, 11:1.28
  Web sites with suggestions for alternative revenue streams, 9:4.8
Future of libraries and librarians, 14:7.22, 15:5.20-22. see also Law librarianship
  Design of future law libraries, 12:3.24
  Future of academic law libraries, 10:9.14
  Future of law firm libraries, 10:9.12
  Future of public law libraries, 10:9.18
  Future of the law librarianship, 7:5.16-20, 7:5.32
  "Show Me the Future" subject of MAALL annual fall meeting, 6:5.20
Future of the profession. see Future of libraries and librarians; Law librarianship

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George A. Strait Minority Scholarship. see Grants and scholarships
Government and Law Libraries, 10:8.6, 12:9.6
  109th Congress AALL accomplishments, 11:3.2MB
  AALL Washington Affairs Office profile, 9:6.12
  AALL Washington E-Bulletin, 11:3.2MB
  Access to government information program, 11:1.30 (2006 St. Louis)
  Access to online legal information, 12:4.6CRIV
  Access to Presidential Records Act implementation disputed, 6:7.12
  Advocacy program and AALL Washington Affairs Office, 7:7.1MB-3MB
  AFFECT(Americans for Fair Electronic Commerce Transactions) activities, 9:5.4
  Annual Legislative and Regulatory Update, 9:8.6 (2005 San Antonio), 12:1.6 (2007 New Orleans), 13:9.9 (2009 Washington D.C.)
  Anti-counterfeiting Amendments of 2002 (S.2395) problems for libraries, 7:3.6, 7:4.6
  Anti-terrorism legislation, 6:4.24
  Anti-UCITA coalition opposes further UCITA introductions, 8:4.8
  Appropriations FY2004, National Archives funding included, 8:4.8
  Appropriations FY2007: EPA regional library funding cuts, 10:8.6
  Appropriations FY2007: Government Printing Office, 11:5.6
  Appropriations FY2007: Library of Congress, 10:7.8
  Appropriations Subcommittee, House, Library of Congress budget request FY2009, 12:7.6
  Authenticated and Official Online Legal Resources, 14:8.6(Denver 2010)
  Biodefense and Pandemic Vaccine and Drug Development Act provisions opposed by AALL, 10:4.7
  Broadcast flag rule subject of brief filed against the FCC, 9:3.4
  California chapters successfully block problem funding bill, 7:7.4MB
  Coalition of libraries form Alliance for Taxpayer Access, 9:2.6
  Community Broadband Act of 2005 favored by AALL, 10:4.7
  Congressional hearing on orphan works, 10:7.8
  Congressional records management, 15:4.6
  Congressional testimony by AALL president on Law Library of Congress, 12:4.6
  Connecticut Courthouse library closures opposed, 14:7.5, 15:4.24-26
  CRS reports accessibility, 12:7.6
  CRS Reports now on Internet, 7:7.6
  Database and Collections of Information Misappropriation Act (H.R. 3261), 9:4.7
  Declassification policies of the federal government, 14:5.6
  Digital Media Consumers' Rights Act (H.R. 5544), 7:4.6, 7:7.31
  Digital Media Consumers' Rights Act of 2003 (H.R. 107), 9:4.7
  Digital Media Consumers' Rights Act of 2003 subject of hearing, 8:9.4
  Discouraging Online Networked Trafficking Inducement Act, 9:2.6
  Doe v. Gonzales and the USA PATRIOT Act, 12:1.30
  E-Government Act of 2002 compliance, 13:7.7
  E-Government Act of 2002 (S. 803), 7:4.31
  EPA focus of letter response to "Persistence Marketing" article, 12:1.10
  EPA libraries closings status report, 11:5.6, 11:7.6
  EPA libraries funding restored, 12:5.6
  EPA to restore libraries, 12:8.6
  Faster FOIA Act of 2005, 9:7.4
  FCC rule requiring "broadcast flag" struck down by federal appeals court, 9:9.6
  FDLP Law Libraries in the 21st Century, 14:8.7(Denver 2010)
  Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act, 13:4.8
  Federal Register, 70th Anniversary celebration, 10:8.4
  FOIA and access to disappearing and restricted federal documents, 13:1.34
  Free access to PACER, 12:4.6, 12:7.6, 14:1.7
  Freedom of Information Act Amendments of 2007, 11:7.6
  Freedom to Read Protection Act (H.R. 1157), Library exemption from Sec. 215, 9:4.7
  Funding for National Historical Publications and Records Commission funding restored, 10:2.6
  GAO report on EPA libraries, 12:8.6
  Government Relations Committee functions, 7:7.4MB
  Government Relations Committee publishes survey of access to electronic government information, 8:1.8
  GPO Appropriation for FY 2011, 14:7.5
  H.R. 6589 funding for Law Library of Congress, 13:1.8
  Impact of USA PATRIOT Act on libraries, 6:7.12
  Internet Freedom Preservation Act, 13:4.8
  Janis Johnston testifies before congressional committee on behalf of FDLP, 8:9.4
  Legislative Advocacy Leadership Training Workshop, 15:1.10 (2010 Denver)
  Legislative advocacy, results, 13:6.1MB
  Legislative Advocacy: Support needed for AALL agenda, 13:5.7
  Legislative Advocacy: Toolkit issued, 13:7.7, 13:8.6
  Legislative Advocacy training at Executive Board meeting, 13:9.7
  Legislative Advocacy Training Workshop, 8:5.6(Boston), 9:8.6(2005 San Antonio), 10:8.6(2006 St. Louis), 11:1.8, 11:3.3MB, 11:7.6 (2007 New Orleans), 12:1.6 (2007 New Orleans), 12:5.6 (2008 Portland), 12:9.6 (2008 Portland), 13:9.7, 13:9.9, 14:1.7, 14:6.5 (Denver)
  Legislative agenda for the 109th Congress, 9:5.4
  Legislative Branch Appropriations Act of 2006 (P.L. 109-55), 10:2.6
  Legislative progress report, 13:3.6, 14:3.5, 15:3.4
  LLSDC compiles directory of federal law libraries, 6:10.14
  Mark-up of Database and Collections of Information Misappropriation Act of 2003, 8:4.8
  National Archives considers limiting access as a response to terrorism, 6:6.16
  National Intelligence Reform Act (S. 2845), 9:4.7
  National Summit on Authentic Legal Information, 11:9.6
  New advocacy and communications assistant, 11:1.8
  NIH to provide access to publicly funded research, 12:5.6
  Office of Technology Assessment appropriation FY2011, 14:7.5
  OMB drafts guidelines on "sensitive" information, 7:3.6
  OMB issues final recommendations for Sec. 207 of the E-Government Act, 10:5.6
  Open document format endorsed by AALL for Massachusetts, 10:4.7
  OPEN Government Act, 12:4.6, 12:5.6
  Open Government Directive released, 14:5.6
  Open government initiatives, 13:4.8, 14:4.7, 14:9.8, 15:4.6
  Open government teleconference, 10:7.8
  Openness Promotes Effectiveness in Our National (OPEN) Government Act of 2005 (S. 394), 9:7.4
  OpenTheGovernment.Org, 14:9.8
  OpenTheGovernment.Org report and the OMB, 14:5.6
  OpenTheGovernment.org secrecy report, 13:2.8
  PACER, support for improved access, 13:6.6, 13:9.30
  Presidential Records Act, 12:4.6
  Presidential records and transparency, 13:6.6, 14:4.7
  Presidential records, NARA works to preserve Bush records, 13:5.7
  Promoting open government, 8:5.6, 14:4.7
  Public access to federal government databases, 12:5.7
  Public policy update, 14:8.6(Denver 2010)
  Public Policy Update, 15:1.10 (2010 Denver)
  Public Printer attends AALL Town Meeting, 11:1.9
  Public Records Act Amendments, 12:5.6
  Restore Open Government Act (H.R. 5073), 9:4.7
  Secrecy report issued by OpenTheGovernment.org, 9:2.6, 10:2.6, 14:2.6
  Setback for open government in Supreme Court case filed by the Sierra Club and Judicial Watch, 9:9.6
  TEACH Act (S. 487), 7:4.6
  USA PATRIOT Act, 13:8.23, 14:4.7
  USA PATRIOT Act, association position, 10:2.6
  USA PATRIOT Act, efforts to repeal portions, 9:4.7
  USA PATRIOT Act joint teleconference with ALA, ARL, MLA, SLA, 6:6.16, 7:3.6
  USA PATRIOT Act letter response, 11:1.6
  USA PATRIOT Act reauthorization, 10:4.7
  Washington Affairs Office name change, 13:4.8
  Washington Affairs Office opposes Copyright Term Extension Act, 6:10.24
  White House directive on classified information, 6:9.16
Government documents
  "A Tragedy or a Farce: Preservation of Electronic Government Publications in the Post-9/11 World," 8:1.26
  AALL supports federal budget appropriations for GPO proposed FY 2006 budget, 9:9.6
  CRIV Annual Meeting Program: The Virtual Federal Depository Library Program: A Reality for the 21st Century, 9:2.5CRIV
  Digital initiatives of GPO and NARA, 12:1.6
  FDLP, AALL member lobbying helps to restore, 9:7.4
  GPO to drastically reduce the number of print documents, 9:6.4
  GPO to work at harvesting agency "born digital" documents and provide permanent public access to them, 9:6.4
  Janis Johnston testifies before congressional committee on behalf of FDLP, 8:9.4
  Preserving Government Electronic Information: Whose Job Is It?, 6:1.30 (Minneapolis 2001)
  Recalls of publications, 6:5.14, 6:9.16
Government Printing Office
  Digital initiatives of GPO and NARA, 12:1.6
  FAR Regulations and GPO, 7:4.31, 7:6.6
  FY 2006 budget, AALL support for GPO, 9:9.6
  FY 2011, GPO Appropriation, 14:7.5
  GPO appropriations, 11:5.6
  GPO to drastically reduce the number of print documents, 9:6.4
  James nominated for public printer, 7:4.6
  New public printer and superintendent of documents appointed, 7:6.6
  OMB memorandum M-02-07 opposed by library organizations, 7:1.20
  Public Printer attends AALL Town Meeting, 11:1.9
  Public printer, James nomination, 6:9.16
  Washington Affairs Office responds to OMB Memorandum, 7:6.6
Government Relations Office
  National Inventory of Legal Materials, 15:5.6
Granbolm v. Heald, 14:9.22
Grants and scholarships. see also Awards
  AALL grants program, 7:6.14, 9:5.20
  AALL statement of available scholarships, 7:3.8, 7:4.36, 7:6.9
  AALL/Aspen grants, 10:1.26
  AALL/Aspen research grants available, 9:1.39
  AALL/Aspen research grants awarded, 9:4.30(Cronin; Gruben; McKenzie), 10:4.41(Kearley), 11:5.31(Brownfield; Kim-Prieto)
  AALL/LexisNexis Research Fund Grants available, 9:5.25
  AALL/LexisNexis research grant, 8:1.37 (Trosow; Orr), 8:9.25 (Trosow)
  ALL-SIS CONELL grant, 9:9.18(Hanson)
  Announcement of available scholarships, 9:3.29, 9:5.24
  Association efforts to provide funding for local professional development, 11:6.1MB
  Computing Services-SIS: Annual Meeting Grants, 7:6.30, 8:2.26, 8:9.30, 9:1.36, 9:5.22, 9:6.26
  George A. Strait Minority Scholarship, 7:1.7 (M. Thai), 7:7.29, 7:8.33, 7:9.30, 8:1.4, 8:1.32, 9:2.31
  George A. Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment donations sought, 8:1.4, 8:1.32, 8:2.21, 8:3.7, 8:4.14, 8:4.17, 8:4.22, 8:5.25, 8:6.24, 8:7.33
  George A. Strait Minority Scholarship matching funds sought, 7:7.29, 7:8.33, 7:9.30, 8:1.32
  Gov Docs-SIS offers Annual meeting student grant, 7:7.28
  Grant writing and application process, 8:5.14
  IFLA meeting fellowships available, 7:3.8
  Indian Bar Association run to raise funds for scholarships, 11:3.22
  Indian law subject heading project receives Aspen award, 7:7.7
  Information literacy among law students project receives Aspen award, 7:7.7
  Institute for Court Management Executive Development Program Scholarship, 7:6.7
  James F. Connolly LexisNexis Scholarship, 7:1.7 (J. Donovan)
  John R. Johnson Memorial Scholarship, 7:1.7 (D. Klugh; C. Kujawa; H. Midkiff; J. Sekula)
  Letters of recommendation, how to write, 15:4.20-22
  Minority Leadership Development Award, 9:5.20
  Private Law Libraries SIS CONELL grant, 9:4.24
  Private Law Libraries SIS grants available for Annual Meeting, 8:4.28
  Research grant offered by AALL/Aspen, 11:2.17
  SCCLL-SIS Annual Meeting grant, 7:6.30
  Scholarship Committee encourages applications, 7:3.26
  Technical Services-SIS announces education grant, 6:1.12
  Technical Services-SIS awards CONELL grants, 10:8.30(Chen; Ryder; Thomas)
  Technical Services-SIS grant announced, 9:4.31
  TS-SIS grant for "Citation Practices of the Indiana Supreme Court and the Indiana Court of Appeals," 9:2.27(Long), 9:3.25(Cosanici; Long)
  Type V scholarship for continuing education, 8:1.11
  Wolters Kluwer Law & Business Grants, 12:5.23 (Fishman-Scott), 13:5.33, 14:5.29 (Mart, Bowers) , 15:5.23 (Cannan)
Greenberg v. National Geographic Society, 6:4.24

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Hall of Fame. see Awards
Headquarters
  AALLNET Coordinator wanted, 10:1.26
  Donations acknowledged, 9:1.28, 14:1.45, 15:1.50
  Focus on headquarters staff, 12:3.1MB
  Fox interview, 7:4.4
  Location change, 14:4.6
  Parent retirement, 7:2.10
  Parent retirement, interview, 7:2.16
  Parent retirement, the movies, 7:2.32
  Parent to retire as executive director, 6:6.10
  Parent's last executive board meeting; Fox's first, 7:5.6
  Planned giving to AALL, 10:2.22
  Steve Ligda, director of finance and administration to retire, 9:8.4
Health law, Law, medicine, and bibliography at Case Western Reserve, 7:3.18
Hearing impaired. see Disabilities
History of CRIV, 13:7.4 CRIV
History of law libraries. see Centennial celebration (AALL); Law librarianship
Humor. see also Stu's Views
  Dealing with difficult library users, 6:7.4
  Instructions for use of a law library, 6:8.36
  Parent retirement, the movies, 7:2.32
  Spectrum Looks Back: 2002-2022, 7:7.32
Hurricane Katrina. see also Disaster preparedness
  American Library Association (ALA) conference in New Orleans after Katrina, 11:4.16
  Contributions to Hurricane and other disaster victims by SEALL, 11:2.20
  Fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Katrina by GPLLA, 10:3.24
  Hurricane Katrina law library blog, 10:2.4
  Hurricane Katrina Relief Web page set up by SEALL, 10:3.25
  Recovery efforts of law libraries, 11:4.12
  Thank you letter from Louisiana law librarians, 11:1.6

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Information technology
  Changing nature of law librarianship, 6:3.5, 14:4.32
Intellectual property
  Anti-counterfeiting Amendments of 2002 (S.2395) problems for libraries, 7:3.6, 7:4.6
  "Broadcast Flag Rule," AALL comments to FCC, 7:6.6
  Digital Media Consumers' Rights Act (H.R. 107), 9:1.8
  Digital Media Consumers' Rights Act (H.R. 5544), 7:4.6, 7:7.31
  Negotiating licenses, 6:7.24
  Open access in legal publication, 9:6.1MB
  TEACH Act (S. 487), 7:4.6
  WIPO to focus on needs of developing countries, 9:3.4
International Assoc. of Law Libraries
  Global networking at IALL annual meeting, 8:6.3MB
  President's comments on Florence meeting, 10:2.4
  Report on meeting in Helsinki, Finland, 9:2.4
  Report on meeting in Istanbul, 14:5.5 (Lemann)
International Fed. of Library Assocs., 6:10.2 MB
  67th annual meeting held in Boston, 6:2.8
  Fellowships available to attend annual conference, 7:3.8
  Oakley appointed to committee, 6:2.8
  President's comments on Oslo meeting, 10:2.4
International Public Policy, 8:3.1-4MB
Internet governance, 15:5.8
Internet resources. see also AALLNET; Blogs; Podcasting; Wikipedia
  30 Sites in 30 Minutes: Favorite Acquisitions Web Sites, 8:2.5CRIV (2003 Seattle)
  AALL New Product Award, 6:6.11 (Indexmaster), 9:3.22 (palawlibrary.com)
  AALL Washington E-Bulletin, 11:3.2MB
  ABA publications on Amazon.com, 6:3.10 CRIV
  Access to e-journals at UNC, 7:8.14-15, 7:8.36
  ASIL Web site, 6:4.3 MB
  Authentication and Permanent Public Access, advocating for, 13:9.9
  Authentication issues in access to online services, 10:4.10CRIV, 11:2.4
  Authentication survey of legal documents on the Web, 10:4.4, 10:9.21
  Authentication taken up as part of AALL strategic direction, 11:3.1MB
  Availability of works cited in law reviews, 6:2.12
  Bloomberg Citator, 13:9.24
  Bloomberg Law, 13:5.16
  Budget cuts and services, 14:9.28
  Bylaws committee Web site worth visiting, 10:3.26
  CALL "Local Government On the Web" Law Day presentation, 6:2.18
  Censorship, Future censorship of the internet (Keynote address), 14:1.17 (2009 Washington D.C.)
  Collaborative tools, 13:3.8
  Computing Services-SIS offers online newsletter, 9:4.24
  Congressional Research Service Reports now on Internet, 7:7.6
  Continued usefulness of listservs, 13:8.8
  Cost recovery of internet services, 14:5.14
  CRIV Web page, 6:8.7 CRIV
  In Defense of Freedom (IDOF) Web site, 6:4.24
  Efficiency of searching full text or indexes program at San Antonio Annual Meeting, 10:1.20
  Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL), 9:3.29
  Emotional intelligence tools, 14:3.14
  Expertise of a law librarian searching, 9:2.18
  Facebook in the law library, 13:9.20
  Federal e-rulemaking portals having difficulty with architecture and functionality, 10:5.6
  Foreign Law Guide Project (FLAG), 6:4.7
  Geographical information systems and legal research, 14:1.38
  Global Legal Information Network (GLIN), 6:4.6
  GlobaLex, 11:8.16
  Government Relations Committee announces new Web site, 6:6.17
  HeinOnline, 7:9.26, 7:9.31
  Hein-Online discussed during CRIV site visit, 10:2.4CRIV
  How to publicize Internet resources, 11:6.4
  Information professionals needed for development of Internet, 6:2.32
  Instant messaging reference, 11:5.8
  Integrity of Online Legal Information, 12:4.3CRIV
  Internet portal versus intranet, 8:1.34
  Internet use and abuse and domestic violence, 12:2.6
  Interview with Cynthia Aninao, moderator of Law-Acq, 9:8.26
  Job search resources, 14:5.18
  Law Library of Congress resources online, 14:8.12
  LC Classification Web, 6:2.11
  Leadership Academy to explore Web 2.0 on wiki, 14:8.10
  "Legal Research Corner" on the CoALL Web site, 8:2.14
  Local arrangements manual now at MAALL Web site, 8:9.25
  Model State Law on Authentication of Online Resources, 11:1.4
  National Summit on Authentic Legal Information, 11:9.6
  New Serial Set information on LLSDC Web site, 6:9.17
  New Webmaster for CRIV page, 10:2.3CRIV
  Nobody Does It Better: Leading Government Web Sites , 6:1.36 (Minneapolis 2001)
  North Dakota S. Ct. and Minnesota state legislature sites, 6:1.36
  Online file of foreign law collections in U.S. law schools at Barco Law Library, 9:3.24
  Open access in Internet legal publication, 9:6.1MB, 14:3.24
  Open access to legal codes and case law, 12:7.3CRIV
  Ownership of electronic resources, 12:4.30
  Placement Listings on Web site only, 7:1.15
  PR Committee Web site provides successful strategies, 7:8.8-9
  Print versus digital debate, 9:4.10, 9:8.10(reply), 9:8.12(letters)
  Project COUNTER, 12:9.36
  Public access to federal government databases, 12:5.7
  PubSCIENCE database may be cancelled, 7:3.6, 7:4.31
  Role of social media in the library, 15:3.16-18
  SEALL institute on the invisible Web, 6:5.17
  Search engine history, 9:9.14
  Second Life, virtual world on the Internet, 12:2.12
  SNELLA Web site to have password protected union catalog, 6:6.20
  Social networking, 12:6.14, 14:4.8, 15:2.28-30
  Social networking policies on Facebook, 15:1.24
  Social Science Information Gateway (SOSIG), 6:4.6
  Sources of information, 9:2.14, 12:4.9CRIV
  SSRN compared to bepress, 9:7.9CRIV
  State statutes on the internet, usefulness, 15:4.18-19
  State-by-State Report on Permanent Public Access to Electronic Government Information, 8:1.8
  Terms of use agreements, 13:5.29
  Toolkit to include A Legal Publishers' List, 6:5.3 CRIV, 6:5.4 CRIV
  Transition to online databases for library staff, 10:7.10
  Tweeting to communicate with patrons, 14:3.18
  Universal Citation Guide Version 2.1 now on Citation Formats Committee Web site, 6:9.21
  Updated Price Index for Legal Publications available on Web site, 7:6.14
  Use of Internet by social movements, 9:2.20
  Using the Internet for public relations, 9:7.8
  Virtual personality, 6:10.22
  Web 2.0, 12:5.16
  Web 2.0 challenge, 13:6.28
  Web page marketing tips, 6:6.12
  Web site design, 11:3.7, 11:8.6
  Web site: Design Features for Law Library Buildings, 7:8.28
  Web site design tips, 14:7.8
  Web site redesign process, 14:6.16
  Web sites with suggestions for alternative revenue streams, 9:4.8
  Web translators, 9:6.8
  Website design affects research, 14:4.14
  Wine sales on the internet, 14:9.22
Internships. see Education for law librarianship

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Jobs. see Career development; Professional development
Joint Study Institute, Sixth Joint Study Institute to be held in Washington D.C., 12:4.21
Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award. see Awards

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Knowledge management
  Academic Libraries and, 7:4.1MB
  Definitions and role in law firm libraries, 15:7.24
  Law firms and, 7:4.3MB, 7:7.26-27, 7:7.29
  Law firms, technology and, 7:4.2MB
  Top 10 tips, 7:4.4MB

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Landlord and tenant, Availability of information, 12:4.14
Law Firms. see also Special Interest Sections (SIS)
  Customer service, 7:3.12
  Demonstrating usefulness to management, 13:3.22
  Firms with offices throughout Asia, Europe and the United States, 8:9.1MB
  Hein Online use in law firms, 8:4.7CRIV
  Knowledge management, 7:4.2MB, 7:4.3MB
  Law firm technical services value, 7:2.4MB
  Public relations challenges, 7:7.8-9
  Salaries of law firm librarians, 8:8.16
  Top service department, 7:4.22
  Vendor relations in the current marketing climate, 14:1.42
Law librarian Compensation Special Committee. see Committees (AALL)
Law librarianship. see also Centennial celebration (AALL)
  Academic law libraries and change, 7:3.14
  Accomplishing high priority goals, 12:9.28
  Books and libraries versus digital readers, 15:5.20-22
  Changing nature of law librarianship, 14:4.32
  Customer service skills, 12:8.20, 14:8.1
  Display on Black History Month brings insight into notable African Americans in the legal profession, 9:9.22
  Evaluating library services, 12:5.8
  Foreign law librarians and AALL, 12:5.4
  Future of the profession, 7:5.16-20, 7:5.32, 15:2.16-17
  History of academic law libraries, 9:9.10
  Impact of distance education on career prospects, 12:5.24
  Influence of gender in law librarianship, 10:4.16
  Joint JD/MLS program at University at Buffalo, 8:9.20
  Law, medicine, and bibliography at Case Western Reserve, 7:3.18
  Law firm customer service, 7:3.12
  Law librarian in Kuala Lumpur depends on AALL for role models, 10:6.12
  Law library student experiences, 15:6.6-8
  Law school for librarians, 9:3.14
  Leadership and self promotion, 12:7.28
  Library school projects for future law librarians, 12:3.20
  Membership in AALL, 12:6.1MB
  Moves, preparation for, 13:9.13
  Perspectives on membership in AALL, 12:5.30
  Perspectives on the profession, 7:3.10
  Professionalism and community, 15:2.6
  Prominence of educational degrees, 12:4.26
  Social audit as an instrument of evaluation, 12:2.26
  Social capital as a useful tool, 12:9.8
  Technical services and information delivery, 7:3.16
  "Those were the days," 7:3.32
  Views of Gen Xer and Millenials, 12:7.24
  Visionaries: McCarthy, Finley and Tyburski, 7:10.16-20, 7:10.31
  Why did you join AALL, 10:8.32(Casey)
Law Library Journal
  Article of the Year, 6:1.22 (Melamut), 7:1.23 (L.R. Nemchek), 8:1.27 (Carter), 9:1.26 (Briscoe; Nyberg; Selden), 10:1.26(Mart), 11:1.36(Whiteman), 12:1.55(Mart), 13:1.53 (Dabney), 14:1.44(Lee), 15:1.51 (Plotin)
Law Library of Congress
  AALL and ABA ask that World Law Bulletin be available through the Internet, 10:5.6
  H.R. 6589 funding for Law Library of Congress, 13:1.8
  Leader in online resources, 14:8.12
  Oliver Wendell Holmes Debates, 8:4.18
Law schools and legal education
  Brown v. Board of Education and law school admissions, 8:6.8, 8:6.12
  Critical Issues Summit, 14:5.16
  Space and Telecommunications Law LLM, 15:4.14-17
Lawyering skills, Legal research skills encouraged in new book, 12:9.22
Lawyers
  Book Review: How to Deal with Your Lawyer, 13:5.12
  Review: Solo by Choice: How To Be The Lawyer You Always Wanted To Be, 12:8.7
Leadership training. see also Government and Law Libraries
  AALL leadership program, 13:7.37
  CALL Leadership session for improvements within chapter, 9:3.20
  Change in your organization, 15:2.26-27
  Executive Board focuses on leadership, 12:2.4, 12:7.4
  Institute planned by AALL on Leadership, 11:2.17
  Leadership and self promotion, 12:7.28
  Leadership and the nimble organization, 7:6.4
  Leadership in the larger organization topic of Annual Meeting program, 12:1.32
  Leadership skills program, 12:8.22
  MALL & SNELLA leadership conference, 6:9.17
  The path to leadership, 15:9.1-4 MB
  Special Interest Sections (SIS) Council, 6:8.30
Legal history, Special collection developed on South Carolina legal history, 10:5.8
Legal publishers
  AALL Guide to Fair Business Practices for Legal Publishers , 7:5.4, 7:5.6, 7:5.7CRIV, 8:3.28, 8:4.2CRIV, 9:4.2CRIV, 10:1.22
  ABA publications on Amazon.com, 6:3.10 CRIV
  Access to legal information, 12:4.6CRIV
  Billing and payment issues with vendors, 14:1.36
  Bloomberg Citator, 13:9.24
  Bloomberg Law, 13:5.16
  BNA electronic service contract, 7:5.8CRIV-10CRIV
  BNA Law School Program updates, 9:9.28
  BNA new billing system, 9:4.11CRIV
  CCH customer survey, 6:5.9 CRIV
  Colloquium for Law Librarians and Legal Publishers, 6:1.24, 13:1.6
  CRIV Hot Topic: Trends in Legal Publishing, 9:2.3CRIV
  Franklin Book Company out of business, 9:7.3CRIV
  FTC Prenotification Negative Options Rule, 14:4.4 CRIV , 14:4.6 CRIV
  Hein discontinues most monograph titles, 11:4.5CRIV
  Hein discontinues servicing Thomson West standing orders, 9:4.11CRIV
  Library maintenance agreements, 12:7.5CRIV
  Negotiation skills, 15:6.9-11
  Oceana ends SOLT program, 9:4.12CRIV
  Ownership of electronic resources, 12:4.30
  Publisher Web sites, 8:7.12CRIV
  Publishers' library relations, 15:7.10-11CRIV
  Relationship between vendors and AALL, 12:4.2CRIV
  Reverse Site Visits: CCH visits Allstate Insurance, Chi-Kent and Katen Muchin Rosenman, 11:4.10CRIV
  Site Visit: CCH Headquarters, 10:4.9CRIV
  Site visit: H.W. Wilson, 13:4.2 CRIV
  Site visit: LexisNexis, 10:7.3CRIV
  Site visit: Oxford University Press, 13:2.3 CRIV
  Site visit: William S. Hein, 6:2.3 CRIV (Hein)
  Site visit: Wolters Kluwer Legal, 11:7.7CRIV
  Site visits with West Group and Aspen, 6:8.2 CRIV
  SSRN compared to bepress, 9:7.9CRIV
  Vendor meetings-West Group, Aspen, 6:3.3 CRIV
  Vendor Profile: International Law Institute, 9:4.10CRIV
  Vendor Profile: YBP Library Services, 9:2.10CRIV
  Vendor Relations Liaison interview, 14:4.3 CRIV
  West Group discussion of subscription notes, 6:8.4 CRIV
  West Group label application process facility, 6:5.6 CRIV
  West's Business Systems Initiative, 6:5.3 CRIV, 6:5.7 CRIV, 6:9.24
  West's Library Maintenance Agreement, 15:5.13
  West's Library Maintenance Agreement (LMA), 11:7.3CRIV
Legal topics
  Animal law, 15:3.8-9,15
  Tasers, law and, 15:9.8
Legal writing, AALL chapters encourage members to write for legal journals, 8:5.18
Legislation (federal)
  AALL donates funds to ALA to overturn Children's Internet Protection Act, 6:1.23
  Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 6:7.6
  College Cost Reduction and Access Act, 14:3.9
  Database and Collections of Information Misappropriation Act (H.R. 3261), 8:2.6, 9:1.8, 9:4.7
  Digital Media Consumers' Rights Act (DMCA), 6:5.9, 6:6.6
  Digital Media Consumers' Rights Act (H.R. 107), 9:1.8, 9:4.7
  District of Columbia Nonprofit Corporations Act, 6:10.28
  E-Government Act, 10:5.6
  E-Government Act of 2001, 6:1.10, 6:9.16
  Freedom to Read Protection Act (H.R. 1157), 8:1.8
  Hot Topic: The USA PATRIOT Act, 7:1.16 (2002 Orlando)
  Inducing Infringement of Copyrights Act (S. 2560), 9:1.8, 9:2.6, 9:3.4, 9:4.7
  Institute of Museum and Library Services funding, 6:9.16
  Presidential Records Act, 6:9.16
  Public Domain Enhancement Act (H.R. 2601), 8:1.8
  Public Librarians Take on the USA PATRIOT Act, 12:1.30 (2007 New Orleans)
  The Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization Act of 2001 (TEACH), 6:1.10
  USA PATRIOT Act, 6:5.14, 6:6.16, 6:7.12, 7:3.6, 7:7.4, 8:9.10, 9:4.7, 10:2.6, 10:4.4, 10:4.7, 11:1.6, 13:8.23, 14:3.5
Legislation (state)
  Electronic Government Services Act (Ohio), 8:1.40
  State statutes on the internet, usefulness, 15:4.18-19
  UCITA, 6:1.10, 6:5.14, 6:7.12, 6:9.12, 6:9.17, 6:10.12, 8:2.6, 8:4.8
  Wine sales on the internet, 14:9.22
Legislative history. see Research
Library associations. see British Irish Assoc. of Law Librarians; Canadian Assoc. of Law Libraries; International Assoc. of Law Libraries; International Fed. of Library Assocs.
Library consortia
  Effect of globalization on NELLCO, 6:4.2 MB
  Mid-America Consortium changes name, 10:4.22
  NELLCO and BNA electronic service contract, 7:5.10CRIV-12CRIV
  NELLCO appoints Tracy Thompson as new director, 6:1.22
  NELLCO Legal Scholarship Repository, 8:3.25
  NELLCO's collaborative purchase of electronic resources, 9:7.4CRIV
  NELLCO's Internship Clearinghouse, 10:2.14
Library development. see Fundraising
Library school
  Joint JD/MLS program at University at Buffalo, 8:9.20
  Outreach to library school students by MALL, 8:9.24
Library Snapshot Day. see Public relations
Licensing
  BNA's law school package, 6:3.9 CRIV
  CRIV program on electronic licensing, 6:3.8 CRIV

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MACRIV, Massachusetts state CRIV, 8:4.6CRIV
Management and personnel
  AALL leadership program, 12:8.20, 13:7.37
  Collaborative tools on the internet, 13:3.8
  Combination of reference duties and technical services, 8:2.8
  Delivering information to staff on Friday afternoons, 15:5.24
  Ethical questions relating to Library Board, 15:7.28
  Ethics of job hunting at the Annual Meeting, 15:9.32
  Generation gap and teamwork, 14:7.38
  Holy Grail of conflict resolution, 13:1.26
  Inappropriate dress for employees, 15:4.33
  Innovation in law libraries, Google model and, 15:9.14
  Institute planned by AALL on Leadership, 11:2.17
  Internal conflicts in libraries, 8:2.1
  "Lost That Whistle-While-You-Work Feeling? Staff Meeting Management Strategies for Library Directors and Managers," 9:1.24
  Myers Briggs and personality types, 13:4.18
  Planning for Success: your guide to creating and implementing a library succession plan, 14:1.24
  Smaller libraries and innovation, 14:2.16
  Staff management principles, 14:6.8
  Staff relations with new librarian, 15:8.31
  Staffing needs in transition to electronic resources, 15:6.28
  Time management of AALL presidents, 13:4.34
  Time management tips, 15:4.12
  Tools and techniques to address employee burnout, 13:1.40
  Transition to online databases for library staff, 10:7.10
Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award. see Awards
Marketing law libraries. see also Awards; Public relations
  Adapting marketing ideas from other industries, 6:8.28
  Book review: Bite-Sized Marketing: Realistic Solutions for the Overworked Librarian, 14:8.8
  Book review: Building a Buzz: Libraries and Word-of-Mouth Marketing, 14:8.8
  Book Review: Never Eat Alone, 12:8.10
  Branding for law libraries and word of mouth marketing, 11:4.7
  Clients needs and user surveys, 14:2.14
  Competitive Intelligence and marketing, 12:5.26
  Connecting with the "C" people, 12:4.24
  Effective use of marketing, 14:5.7
  Elements of marketing for law libraries, 15:8.7-8
  "Marketing the Law Library to the World: Getting Published in Judicial, Court, and Bar Publications," 9:1.22
  Online library tours, 12:5.13
  Partnering with the decision makers to advance the services of law librarians, 10:5.5
  Resources for marketing libraries, 10:1.8
  ips from award winners, 13:1.12
  Web page marketing tips, 6:6.12
  Word of mouth campaigns, 12:7.11
Member Profile
  Carol Rogers, 6:3.11 CRIV
  Frank Herch, 15:9.20
  Jim Shelar, 15:9.34
  Michael Bushbaum, 6:5.11 CRIV
  Michelle Wu, 6:8.8 CRIV
  Stu Rees, legal cartoonist, 12:6.32
Member to Member
  Do you think law library jobs are in danger of being outsourced overseas?, 11:5.30
  Do you think there is a looming recruitment crisis in law librarianship?, 10:8.34
  How do you apply what you learn at conferences and put ideas into action, 14:1.47
  How has the current economy changed the demands of your job?, 13:5.34
  If money were no object, how would you celebrate AALL's centennial anniversary?, 10:6.30
  If money were no object, what are the two top features you would seek in your new/remodeled dream library?, 13:7.39
  If you could ask for a "holiday gift" for your library, what would it be?, 15:3.27
  If you could have lunch with any librarian--dead or alive--who would you choose?, 14:7.44
  If you were to write your autobiography, what would you title it?, 12:9.38
  What advice do you have for first-time attendees?, 12:8.30
  What are your three favorite publications to read?, 12:4.38
  What are your top three tips for going green?, 13:3.30
  What blogs do you read and why?, 13:2.42
  What continuing professional education did you participate in this summer?, 12:1.58
  What do you do in your life outside the library?, 12:2.34
  What do you do with old law books?, 12:7.38
  What do you wish you had been taught in law or library school?, 14:6.34
  What election issue is most important to you?, 13:1.54
  What "extinct" book, research tool, database do you miss?, 12:5.34
  What is the best part of your day?, 15:8.30-31
  What is the effect of online materials and technology on the library as a gathering space?, 11:6.30
  What is the most difficult interview question you've been asked?, 12:6.38
  What is the most memorable speaker or speech you have ever heard?, 14:4.38
  What is the single most important reason to attend the AALL Annual Meeting?, 10:1.42
  What is the single most important thing that should be done to improve law librarianship education?, 10:2.30
  What is the value of Association awards?, 11:8.34
  What is your best tip, advice, and/or training technique for teaching or training legal research?, 14:5.30
  What is your biggest information vendor customer service complaint?, 15:2.35
  What is your favorite AALL Annual Meeting memory?, 15:9.34
  What is your favorite architectural feature of your library?, 11:7.42
  What is your favorite New Orleans experience?, 11:4.34
  What is your favorite part of the day as a law librarian?, 10:3.30
  What is your favorite title change example and why?, 15:6.30
  What is your most memorable experience serving the public?, 10:5.34
  What is your most nightmarish story about moving or remodeling a law library?, 10:7.42
  What is your number one recommendation for work-related and/or recreational reading, 13:6.39
  What "Member to Member" question would you like to see?, 13:9.35
  What movie has had the most influence on your life?, 14:2.35
  What qualities do great supervisors have in common?, 14:3.28
  What qualities should a good AALL leader possess?, 11:3.34
  What strange, silly or embarrassing situation happened early in your career?, 12:3.34
  What topic or article title would you like to see in Spectrum?, 14:9.38
  What was the highlight of this year's Annual Meeting?, 11:1.54
  What was your favorite summer vacation?, 15:1.54
  What would make your daily life as a law librarian better?, 11:9.34
  What would you suggest as a new title for Spectrum and why, 15:7.29
  When hiring new librarians, how important are law school rankings?, 11:2.30
  When you last changed jobs, what surprised you most about your new job?, 13:4.39
  Who is or was your favorite Supreme Court Justice and why?, 13:8.31
  Who is your favorite patron and why?, 15:5.26
  Why did you become a law librarian?, 15:4.34
  Why did you join AALL, 9:1.38(Fisher), 9:3.27(Hinderman;Shorrel;Jones), 9:4.27(Jiang), 9:6.27(Grant), 9:7.35(Donweber), 9:9.30(Jackson), 10:1.38(Braun), 10:1.38(Moltzen), 10:2.31(Thompson), 10:3.31, 10:4.39(Axton; Hackerson; Matts; Smith; Solon), 10:5.30(Williams)
  Why does diversity matter to law librarianship?, 10:4.42
Membership issues
  Annual Meeting site selection discussed at Open Forum, 8:1.14, 8:1.19
  Benefits of active participation, 6:4.4, 15:9.26
  Dues, early renewal drawing for free membership, 14:4.37, 14:6.32, 15:5.27
  Dues, early renewal for drawing for Annual Meeting registration, 15:6.11
  Dues increase approved by members, 7:3.7
  Dues increase proposal, 6:6.14, 6:9.28, 7:1.8, 7:2.25
  Free webinar with membership renewal, 14:7.42, 15:7.4
  One year of membership included in Annual Meeting registration for new members, 14:5.28, 14:6.32, 14:7.42, 14:8.29, 15:5.16, 15:6.28, 15:8.6
  Proposal to reorganize AALL membership structure, 6:5.4
  Renewal schedule, 9:6.23, 15:8.31
  Subsidies for speakers at Annual Meeting should be offered, 9:1.40
Memorials
  Alcorn, Marianne Sidorski, 15:5.27
  Alexander, Elinor, 8:1.33, 9:1.6
  Allport, Dorothy V., 15:9.26
  Anderson, Muriel, 11:1.10
  Aninao, Cynthia, 11:6.29
  Austin, Thomas R., 15:6.29
  Banta, John, 10:1.26, 11:1.10
  Beer, Richard L., 8:3.24, 9:1.6
  Bellefontaine, Edgar, 14:8.25
  Bird, Viola, 12:1.52
  Blare, Cheryl Anne Jacobson, 14:7.4
  Borenstein, Suzanne, 11:1.10, 11:9.28
  Borgeson, Earl Charles, 15:5.27
  Burns, Helen Marie, 7:1.32
  Butler, Edwin C., 14:7.4
  Cap, Maria, 6:1.19
  Chao, Gloria, 15:1.55
  Chiu, Kai-Yun, 14:9.39
  Clement, Shelly, 11:6.29
  Cohen, Morris L., 15:4.27
  Cole, Sara Turley, 10:4.39, 11:1.10
  Coon, Marilyn Ridderman, 10:1.26, 11:1.10
  Crossed, Nancy, 8:2.29, 9:1.6
  Dahl, Richard, 11:8.26
  Denner, Eileen, 13:5.33
  Diamond, Shirley, 12:1.52
  Dilno, Dennis, 11:7.40
  Dorsey, Bertha Shockley, 8:3.24
  Dunn, Donald J., 12:5.23
  Edwards, Winifred (Winnie) Wylie, 10:4.39, 11:1.10
  Epstein, Michelle (Mickey), 10:2.25, 11:1.10
  Falkow, Michele, 11:1.10, 11:9.28
  Fishlyn, Fannie, 14:5.5
  Freeman, Lydia, 7:10.32
  Frins, Sarah, 13:1.45
  Garner, Kathy, 10:1.26, 11:1.10
  Giles, Sondra L., 15:6.29
  Glennon, Mary, 10:6.21, 11:1.10
  Goren, Simon, 8:3.24, 9:1.6
  Grande, Anne, 15:1.55
  Hagemann, John, 14:4.17
  Hale, Kevin, 14:2.29
  Hallam, Adele, 13:1.45
  Henke, Dan F., 14:2.29
  Hinze, Adrien, 15:7.28
  Holden, Nancy K., 14:4.17
  Irwin, Jeannine Mobley, 8:2.29, 9:1.6
  Iverson, Kay, 6:1.19
  Jacobsen, George D., 9:3.22
  Jacobstein, Myron, 9:8.31
  Johnson, Anna Marie, 13:9.34
  Jones, Debra A., 13:3.28
  Kavass, Igor, 12:8.26
  Keeler, Michalina, 10:7.40
  Keller, Pat, 9:7.18
  Kendrick, Susan, 11:5.21
  Kenyon, Carleton, 8:1.33, 9:1.6
  Kessler, Ruth, 13:9.34
  Lawless, Helen, 11:6.29
  LeBus, Betty, 9:1.6
  Lerdal, Susan Nissen, 14:8.25
  Liddell, Leon, 7:9.6
  Malden, Joyce, 11:4.28
  Marke, Julius, 8:1.33
  Martin, Susan J., 14:2.29
  Mason, Mildred, 6:4.38
  Mattox, Kathryn P., 10:1.26
  McLeod, Walter H., 8:9.34, 9:1.6
  Melnick, Philip, 11:1.7
  Mersky, Roy M., 12:8.26
  Morrison, D.J., 8:1.33, 9:1.6
  Mosley, Madison, 9:8.31
  Mostecky, Vaclav, 9:2.28
  Moys, Betty, 6:8.29
  Muller, Elinor (Nora), 9:9.27
  Mustain, Anne, 10:8.25
  Norman, Dorothy Andrews, 9:1.38, 11:1.10
  Oakley, Robert L., 12:2.35, 12:3.10
  Ochal, Bethany, 12:1.52
  Oliver, Mary, 9:8.31, 11:1.10
  Orlando, Karen T., 8:6.24, 9:1.6
  Oziel, Rhonda, 6:1.19
  Parris, Carol Jane, 11:1.7
  Pearce, Margaret Tranne, 15:5.27
  Petit, Michael, 14:4.17
  Rappaport, Ellen C., 7:10.32
  Richman, Harriet, 13:1.45
  Robbins, Sara, 11:4.28
  Santana, Vicky, 14:1.47
  Schwartz, Marla, 10:1.26, 10:4.39
  Scoble, Susan, 15:7.28
  Sedgwick, Frederica, 10:9.30
  Simcox, Schelle, 15:9.26
  Sloane, Richard, 7:4.34
  Sloma, Susan, 15:6.29
  Smith, Ann, 8:1.33, 9:1.6
  Soderberg, Arlette, 14:7.4
  Sprudzs, Adolf, 7:7.21
  Strothers, Oscar, 10:4.39
  Teclaf, Ludwig, 8:1.33, 9:1.6
  Thompson, Frances, 10:5.35
  Welch, Susan, 9:1.6
  Welsh, Sue C., 9:1.38, 11:1.10
  White, James, 8:1.33, 9:1.6
Mentoring
  Mentoring program at University of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science, 9:2.12
  President's comments, 11:8.4
  Quick mentor project, 11:8.30
Model State Law on Authentication of Online Resources, 11:1.4

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National Archives
  Access to archives may be limited in response to terrorism, 6:6.16
  Appropriations bill, which includes full funding for National Archives Electronic Records Archive, likely to pass, 8:4.8
  National Declassification Center, 15:2.8
  Senate confirms David S. Ferriero as Archivist, 15:2.8
  U.S. Archivist halts reclassification of documents, 10:7.8, 10:8.6
National Center for State Courts, 6:10.2 MB
National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws
  ABA working group report on UCITA, 6:7.12
  Anti-UCITA coalition created, 6:1.10
  Draft Authentication and Preservation of State Electronic Legal Materials Act, 14:6.5
  NCCUSL lobbies ABA for UCITA support, 7:7.6
  UCITA , AALL opposition, 7:7.6
  UCITA meetings in D.C., 6:5.14
  UCITA resolution withdrawn at ABA meeting, 8:1.8
  UCITA spurs state response in "bomb shelter" bills, 6:7.12
National Legal Research Teach-In. see Special Interest Sections (SIS)
National Library Week. see Public relations
Native American law
  Annual Meeting Programs (2003 Seattle), 8:1.17, 8:1.19
  National Indian Law Library, 8:4.3CRIV
  PAGI Award to National Indian Law Library, 10:8.6
  Tribal codes, 8:4.3CRIV
  Tribal sovereignty and Supreme Court rulings, 14:1.30
Negotiation skills
  Multi-year contracts, 14:4.8 CRIV
  Negotiation 101 for Librarians, 12:2.9CRIV (2007 New Orleans), 12:8.24 (2007 New Orleans)
  Negotiation skills for your job offer, 15:9.12
  "Salary Negotiation Skills for Law Librarians," 9:1.18
  Vendor relations, 12:8.24, 13:4.24
NELLCO. see Library consortia
New York Times v. Tasini, 6:4.34
Newer law librarians, 14:4.32. see also Committees (AALL)
  Annual Meeting tips, 14:6.26
  CONELL, preparing for, 14:7.36
  CONELL experience, 14:4.10
  Experiences of people new to the profession, 12:3.14
  Impressions of law librarianship, 6:6.4
  Member to Member, What advice do you have for first-time attendees?, 12:8.30
  Private Law Libraries-SIS mentoring project, 7:5.30
  Tips for success, 7:1.24
  Views of Gen Xer and Millenials, 12:7.24

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Oliver Wendell Holmes Debates, The balance between individual rights and national security, 8:4.18
One-person libraries. see Management and personnel
OpenTheGovernment.Org, 13:2.8, 13:4.8, 14:9.8. see also Government and Law Libraries

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PACER. see Government and Law Libraries
Performance Measures. see under Committees (AALL)
Permanent Public Access to Government Information. see also Committees (AALL); Government documents; Preservation of legal information
  GPO to work at harvesting agency "born digital" documents and provide permanent public access to them, 9:6.4
  Panel Discussion at Annual Meeting, 7:9.6 (2003 Seattle)
  Washington Affairs Office spearheads state working groups, 15:5.6
Personal development, Work-life balance, 13:8.20
Photographic views from libraries
  Alameda County Law Library (Oakland), 12:5.36
  Albany Law School Schaffer Law Library, 14:3.32
  Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang LLP (Vancouver), 15:8.32
  Allegheny County Law Library (Pittsburgh), 13:9.36
  Appalachian School of Law (Grundy, VA), 14:9.40
  Bailey Brown Library (Memphis), 15:8.32
  Baker & Daniels LLP (Indianapolis), 15:4.36
  Banner & Witcoff (Chicago), 13:3.32
  Bernard E. Witkin Alameda County Law Library, 13:6.40
  Bingham McCutchen in Hartford CT, 11:5.32
  Bodleian Law Library (Oxford), 14:2.36
  Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels LLP, Hartford, CT, 11:7.44
  Bryan Cave LLP (St. Louis), 15:7.32
  California Western School of Law Library, San Diego, 9:7.36
  Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP (NYC), 13:1.56
  Cathedral of Learning from the Barco Law Library (Pittsburgh), 10:9.36
  Chapel of Saint Ignatius from Seattle University Law Library, 9:8.2, 9:8.32
  Chapman University (Orange County), 11:6.32, 14:9.40
  Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 14:3.32
  Coastal School of Law (Jacksonville), 12:1.60
  Connecticut Judicial Department Law Library (Middletown), 10:2.32
  Connecticut State Capitol from the State Law Library, Hartford, 10:8.36
  Coughlin, Stoia, Geller, Rudman & Robbins (San Diego), 15:1.56
  David A. Clarke School of Law (Washington D.C.), 15:9.36
  Day Pitney LLP, Boston, 11:5.32
  Drake University Law Library, 10:8.36
  Franklin Pierce Law Center Library, 14:7.48
  Fulbright & Jaworski (Austin), 13:4.40
  Graham and Dunn, Seattle, 9:8.32
  Ground Zero from Thacher Proffitt Wood LLP, 10:7.44
  Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd (Columbia), 12:6.40
  Heller Ehrman White and McAuliffe (Seattle), 9:4.32
  Holland Knight LLP (Chicago), 11:1.56
  Holme Roberts & Owen (Colorado Springs), 13:7.40
  Indiana Supreme Court Law Library (Indianapolis), 10:3.32
  Indiana University School of Law Library, 10:1.44
  Jenkins Law Library (Philadelphia), 13:2.44
  Jones Day (Columbus OH), 15:5.28
  Kean Miller Hawthorne D'armond McCowan and Jarman (Baton Rouge), 10:2.32
  King County Law Library (Seattle), 14:2.36
  Latham and Watkins (Washington, D.C.), 14:5.32
  Law Library of Louisiana (New Orleans), 13:6.40
  Lewis Roca LLP (Phoenix), 11:1.56
  Lilian Goldman Library (Yale), 15:3.28
  Loyola Law School Los Angeles, 13:9.36
  McKenna Long & Aldridge (Los Angeles), 14:7.48
  McLane Graf Raulerson Middletown (Manchester NH), 10:1.44
  Mello Jones Martin Law Library (Hamilton, Bermuda), 11:4.36
  Mercer University Furman Smith Law Library, 11:7.44
  Milbank Tweed Hadley McCloy (Los Angeles), 10:6.32
  Milwaukee City Hall from Godfrey Kahn, 10:7.44
  Minnesota Attorney General Library (St. Paul), 15:7.32
  Missouri Supreme Court Library (Jefferson City), 9:9.2, 9:9.36, 15:1.56
  Morgan & Finnegan, New York, 13:2.44
  Morgan Lewis and Bockius LLP (Miami), 12:2.36
  Morgan Lewis and Bockius LLP (New York), 9:6.2, 9:6.28
  Morrison & Foerster LLP (Los Angeles), 14:5.32
  National Indian Law Library (Boulder), 9:4.2, 9:4.32
  New Mexico Supreme Court Law Library (Santa Fe), 12:1.60
  New York County Lawyers' Association, 12:9.40
  Northwestern University School of Law (Chicago), 11:2.32
  Notre Dame Law School Kresge Library, 9:9.36
  Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt (Toronto), 12:4.40
  Pace Law School Library (White Plains, NY), 11:8.36
  Perkins Coie (Seattle), 15:9.36
  Ramsey County Law Library (St. Paul), 14:1.48
  Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren (Milwaukee), 9:5.28
  Riverside County Law Library, 11:4.36
  Sacramento County Public Law Library, 12:4.40
  San Luis Obispo County Law Library, 13:6.32
  Schiff Hardin LLP Law Library, 11:9.36
  Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt (Portland, OR), 15:4.36
  Senniger Powers LLP (St. Louis), 14:8.32
  Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton (Los Angeles), 13:3.32
  Shook, Hardy & Bacon (Kansas City), 14:4.40
  Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan (Raleigh), 12:9.40
  St. Mary's University (San Antonio), 12:2.36
  State Law Library of Montana (Helena), 13:4.40
  Stetson College of Law (Gulfport, FL), 11:3.36
  Suffolk County Supreme Court Law Library (NY), 14:8.32
  Suffolk University J.J. Moakley Law Library (Boston), 14:6.36
  Supreme Court of Canada Library, 11:9.36
  Tarlton Law Library (Austin), 9:2.2, 9:2.32
  Thacher Proffitt & Wood LLP (New York), 13:1.56
  Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse (New York), 10:3.32
  Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center (Central Islip, NY), 15:5.28
  Truckee River from the Washoe County Law Library (Reno), 9:5.2, 9:5.28
  University of Colorado Law Library (Boulder), 12:3.36
  University of Connecticut School of Law Library, 15:3.28
  University of Florida's College of Law Library (Gainesville), 12:8.32
  University of Georgia Law Library (Athens), 9:3.2, 9:3.32
  University of Kentucky Law Library, 13:8.32
  University of Michigan Law Library (Ann Arbor), 13:5.36
  University of Minnesota Law Library (Minneapolis), 12:7.40
  University of Nebraska College of Law Library, 11:6.32
  University of New Mexico School of Law Library (Albuquerque), 9:7.2, 9:7.36
  University of San Francisco Zief Law Library, 10:5.36
  University of South Carolina (Columbia), 12:8.32
  University of the District of Columbia Law School, 13:7.40
  University of Wisconsin Law Library (Madison), 11:2.32
  U.S. Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit (Jacksonville), 14:4.40
  U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (D.C.), 12:5.36
  U.S. Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit Library (Memphis), 11:3.36
  U.S. Court of International Trade, 13:8.32
  U.S. Courts 8th Circuit Library (St. Louis), 9:1.40
  U.S. Courts Library-8th Circuit (Minneapolis), 12:6.40
  Valparaiso University Law Library, 10:5.36
  Varnum, Riddering, Schmidt & Howlett (Grand Rapids), 13:5.36
  Venable LLP (Washington, D.C.), 14:6.36
  Vermont Law School (South Royalton), 9:2.32
  Vermont State House from the law library (Montpelier), 10:9.36
  Warren E. Burger Law Library, William Mitchell College of Law (St. Paul), 10:4.44
  Washington State Law Library (Olympia), 9:6.28
  Weiner-Rogers Law Library at UNLV (Las Vegas), 10:6.32
  Westminster Law Library, University of Denver, 10:4.44
  Winstead PC (Dallas), 15:2.36
  Winston & Strawn Library (Chicago), 13:6.32
  Wolters Kluwer Corporate library, 11:8.36
  Wyoming State Law Library (Cheyenne), 12:3.36
  Yale Law School Law Library (New Haven), 12:7.40
Photography
  Day in the Life, 11:4.25 (2007), 12:4.37 (2008), 12:9.12-20, 13:3.7 (2009)
  Day in the Life, about the contest, 10:3.4, 11:1.37, 11:2.10, 15:2.10 (2011)
  Day in the Life, winning photos, 9:5.6 (2005), 10:3.6-15, 10:5.18 (2006), 11:9.12, 12:3.4 (2008), 13:9.14 (2009), 15:9.27-31 (2011)
  Tips on taking good photographs, 9:4.9, 9:5.7, 9:6.7
  Worth a Thousand Words, 13:9.18
Physical fitness, 15:1.20
  bicycle commute, 15:2.1
Podcasting, 10:8.8, 11:7.10
  LLAM learns about podcasting, 10:4.32
Poetry, Tsunami of Dust 9-11-01, 6:4.40
Point/counterpoint
  Consumers of legal publications, ethics of vendors, 15:4.28, 15:4.29-31
Preservation of legal information
  "A Tragedy or a Farce: Preservation of Electronic Government Publications in the Post-9/11 World," 8:1.26 (2003 Seattle)
  AALL participates in amicus brief in Faulkner v. National Geographic Society, 9:1.8
  CRIV to work with Preservation Committee, 7:5.2CRIV
  How to start a preservation program, 6:7.10
  Legal information microform materials: The gold standard for legal collections, research, and preservation, 9:2.9CRIV
  National Conference at Georgetown, 7:5.4, 7:9.18-19, 7:9.22-23
  Preservation of small collections, 11:4.8
  President to continue focusing on AALLNET archives, 9:1.4
  Problems with microfiche quality, 9:4.3CRIV
  Project to create digital access to a collection of civil rights documents, 8:5.8
  Treasures in special collections, 12:4.10
President (AALL). see Executive Board (AALL)
Presidential Certificates of Merit. see Awards
President's comments. see Executive Board (AALL)
Prison libraries. see also Special Interest Sections (SIS)
  Directory of Law Libraries Serving Prisoners moves to AALLNET, 8:4.28
  Minnesota Prisoner Program celebrates 20th anniversary, 8:9.25
Privacy. see Security
Private Law Libraries. see also Building and remodeling projects; Photographic views from libraries
  Business development research and the library, 10:6.8
  Cooperative projects outside the library setting, 14:5.10
  Cost recovery of library services, 14:5.14
  Critical Issues Summit for legal education, 14:5.16
  Downsizing library planning, 13:9.22
  Future of law firm libraries, 10:9.12
  Law firm merger, library preparation, 13:9.10
  Moves, preparation for, 13:9.13
  Records manager role, 13:2.24
  "Take your administrator to lunch day" a success, 9:6.26
  Virtual library collection and budgeting, 15:8.20-23
Pro Bono Partnerships Special Committee
  Equal Justice Conference material on display, 11:8.30
  Final meeting in New Orleans, 11:9.28
  State bar associations contacted in all fifty states, 11:6.25
  Study of law librarian opportunities for partnerships in pro bono activities, 11:2.22
  Survey of pro bono activities in academic law libraries and law firms, 11:1.44, 11:3.30
  Survey of pro bono activities to be published in Members' Briefing, 11:4.24
Pro Bono projects. see also under Committees (AALL)
  Examples of ongoing projects throughout AALL, 11:9.1MB-4MB
  Final committee meeting in New Orleans, 11:9.28
Pro se
  Law Libraries and the Access to Justice Revolution, 14:1.26, 14:4.39 (letters)
  Middle class litigants and access to justice, 14:9.25
  Self Represented Litigation Network, 11:9.3MB
  Self-Represented Litigant's Network works with SIS, 13:2.28
Professional development. see also Career development
  AALL educational programs available at West LegalEdcenter, 7:6.20
  AALL Professional Development Online Forum on ABA Annual Questionnaire, 8:3.26
  Adult learning styles, 6:3.18
  Annual report as PR tool, 7:9.10-11, 7:9.32, 7:10.21
  Attracting people to law librarianship, 9:6.16
  Continuing Education Benefits, 7:6.32
  Continuing Professional Education Program, 11:1.4, 15:3.1MB
  Federal circuit court library system, 6:1.14
  Focus groups and libraries, 6:4.22
  How to create a digital collection of documents, 8:5.8
  How to successfully propose a program for the AALL Annual Meeting, 11:4.20
  Improving access to information through the online catalog, 9:2.8
  Information professionals needed for development of Internet, 6:2.32
  International networking, 8:6.1MB
  International visiting law librarian experience, 15:2.20-25
  Internet portal versus intranet, 8:1.34
  Job board, new interactive, 14:1.46
  Job furloughs for law librarians, 14:1.40
  Job paths for law librarians, 12:3.16
  Job search comments by Pres. Lemann, 14:2.5
  Jobs in a difficult economy, 13:7.6
  Law for the non-J.D., 8:3.4
  Law library use of blogs, 8:7.8
  Law school for librarians, 9:3.14
  Leadership in the larger organization topic of Annual Meeting program, 12:1.32
  Negotiation skills for your job offer, 15:9.12
  Online Delivery Formats, 7:6.16-20
  Online learning opportunities for law librarians, 7:6.8
  Options in law library careers, 11:1.32
  Organizing visual information, 8:6.4
  Outsourcing and law librarianship, 11:5.12
  Practical application research exams in teaching legal research, 8:4.10
  Presentation and public speaking success, 14:2.8
  President's comments on professional development at University of Puerto Rico, 10:7.4
  Project management in law libraries, 7:5.10-11
  Public law libraries benefit by offering CLE programs, 7:6.10-11
  Redesign of professional development program, 8:1.4
  RFID chips enhance circulation controls, 11:2.18
  Specialization and law librarianship, 11:5.16
  Strategies for success as law library director, 7:6.12-13
  Training sessions, how to improve, 12:1.44, 14:6.6
  TRICALL Conference addresses training needs of agency and court libraries, 6:1.6
  Webinar: Staffing the library for success, 14:4.39
  We're Hiring: Designing IT Job Descriptions to Attract the Very Best, 6:1.33 (Minneapolis 2001)
  Working outside the law library, 14:6.12
Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC), 6:2.11
Public access to court records
  Electronic court records, balancing access with privacy, 14:1.34
  Privacy v. the public's right to know, 8:9.14
Public law libraries. see also Special Interest Sections (SIS)
  California chapters lobby against bill that would harm public law libraries, 7:3.30
  CLE programs benefit libraries as well, 7:6.10-11
  Future of public law libraries, 10:9.18
  History of public law libraries, 10:5.16
  How law libraries serve the public, 10:5.12
  Mentally ill patrons, 14:2.10
Public libraries and librarians
  Legal Reference for Public Librarians Workshop (NJLLA), 7:8.32
  Outreach to public librarians by NKU Chase College of Law, 15:5.18-19,24
  Workshop held for public librarians (MALL), 9:3.21
Public relations. see also Law librarianship; Marketing law libraries
  "A Day in the Life of the Law Library Community," 9:3.6 (2005), 9:5.6 (2005), 12:3.4 (2008), 15:2.10 (2011), 15:9.27-31 (2011)
  AALL Strategic Plan features PR opportunities, 6:9.20
  Academic course liaison program, 8:5.22
  Academic law libraries focus on faculty, 6:5.28
  Annual report as PR tool, 7:9.10-11, 7:9.32, 7:10.21
  Best practices in promoting services, 10:7.12
  Blogs as public relations tools, 10:6.3MB
  Book review: Bite-Sized Marketing: Realistic Solutions for the Overworked Librarian, 14:8.8
  Book review: Building a Buzz: Libraries and Word-of-Mouth Marketing, 14:8.8
  Book review: Reference Renaissance: Current and Future Trends, 15:3.6,27
  Book review:The Accidental Library Marketer, 15:7.8
  Branding for law libraries, 10:4.10, 11:3.16, 13:4.16
  CALL members participate in Midwest Law and Technology Conference and Expo, 9:4.22
  Campaigning and law librarianship, 11:5.10
  Challenging patrons, 6:7.1
  Circulation desk as welcome center, 14:3.6
  Collaboration with the American Bar Association on ABANET, 10:6.3MB
  Communications and Public relations, 6:4.36
  Communications audit, 13:2.12
  Communications is key, 6:6.28
  Competing for attention on a limited budget, 7:5.22, 7:5.32
  Conflict resolution, 11:8.8
  Connections to others and marketing, 13:8.7
  Cooperative projects outside the library setting, 14:5.10
  Cost efficient services and patron awareness, 15:9.6
  Customer service and the Pike Place Fish Market, 10:6.6
  Customer service skills, 13:2.20, 15:6.22-24
  Daily e-newsletter from the library at Stanford, 8:6.6
  Dealing with the notion that everything is on the Internet, 10:8.12
  Display cases, 14:9.10
  Display creation, 7:3.24
  Effectiveness of PR programs, 11:7.12
  Electronic newsletter creation, 6:8.24
  Expertise among our peers, 13:7.10
  Expertise of a law librarian, 6:2.34
  Face time as a PR tool, 15:5.7
  Facebook in the law library, 13:9.20
  Financial benefits of utilizing law librarians, 8:8.8
  Focus on librarian public relations role models, 9:1.10
  Friends of libraries groups, 6:7.20
  Friends of the library program at Annual Meeting in St. Louis, 11:1.28
  Goals to use in improving customer service, 9:6.6
  Holidays offer PR opportunities, 10:9.7
  How to publicize Internet resources, 11:6.4
  How to reap publicity for awards, 15:4.8-10
  How to use the Internet to promote your library, 9:7.8
  Inexpensive tips for library publicity, 11:3.4
  Instant messaging reference, 11:5.8
  Law firm public relations challenges, 7:7.8-9
  Law school for a day programs, 9:3.10
  Librarians volunteering abroad, 9:4.12
  Library budget accountability and law firm library public relations, 9:9.8
  Library displays, 13:5.8
  Library Snapshot Day, 15:2.14-15,18
  Local chapters involved in community projects, 7:9.8-9
  Making a facility work, 6:3.26
  "Marketing the Law Library to the World: Getting Published in Judicial, Court, and Bar Publications," 9:1.22
  Member comments of people's perceptions of law librarians, 10:2.4
  Mentoring program at University of Arizona School of Information Resources and Library Science, 9:2.12
  National Library Week, 7:10.21, 10:2.8, 13:6.8, 14:6.6
  Online library tours, 12:5.13
  Organizing visual information, 8:6.4
  Outreach and communicating the value of law librarians, 8:5.12
  Outreach to landlords for law school collection used by tenants, 12:4.14
  Outreach to other organizations, 13:4.29
  Portrayal of librarians in the media, 8:7.10
  Postcards as a PR tool, 8:3.16
  PR benefits of development and fundraising efforts, 8:2.12
  Presentation and public speaking success, 14:2.8
  President recommends activities to foster law librarianship, 11:4.4
  Public relations initiatives for groups within AALL, 10:6.4MB
  Public speaking for law librarians, 10:5.18
  Relationship with state bar journal editor, 10:6.2MB
  Response to "Persistence Marketing" article, 12:1.10
  Return-on-investment rates, 7:2.20
  Similarities between court libraries and academic law libraries, 12:6.12
  Social networking strategies, 14:4.8
  State library associations as a PR tool, 8:1.10
  Statement on value of law libraries, 7:10.8-9
  Statistics to justify library staff, 11:9.8, 14:4.18
  Suggestions on how to add interest to your public relations efforts, 9:8.8
  Surveys, how to prepare, 14:2.20
  Tao of the Circulation Desk: patron assistance, 15:3.24-25
  Tarlton sponsors Professors' talks on their interests, 15:8.15
  Terminology of public relations, 8:4.12
  Top service department, 7:4.22
  Travelling law librarians, 13:4.10
  Trends in public relations viewed through the Internet, 10:5.10
  Use of blogs in the law library, 8:7.8
  Useful skills for the law librarian, 12:2.10
  Using anniversaries as PR opportunities, 8:9.8
  Ways in which the association promotes itself to the legal community, 10:6.1MB
  Web site design tips, 14:7.8
  Web site provides successful strategies, 7:8.8-9
  Web sites with suggestions for alternative revenue streams, 9:4.8
  Writing for bar publications, 11:6.6
Publications. see also Bibliographies
  AALL Guide to Fair Business Practices for Legal Publishers , 7:5.4, 8:3.28, 8:4.2CRIV
  AALLNET Advisory Board recommends editor to oversee Web site, 9:4.4
  Law for the Layperson authored by Hewette and Murley, 10:6.24
  Minnesota Legal Research Guide 2d ed. published by MALL, 7:4.26
  Spectrum seeks editor for "Membership News," 8:1.40
  Tips from marketing award winners, 13:1.12
  VALL provides content for full issue of Virginia Lawyer, 7:2.28
  Virginia Lawyer issue authored by law librarians, 10:5.5
Publishing. see also Law Library Journal
  AALL chapters encourage members to write for legal journals, 8:5.18
  New literary journal titled J Journal, 13:2.18
  Survey of law library publication requirements, 6:10.6
  Venues for law librarians to publish, 6:10.32
  Writing for library publications, 6:10.1
PubSCIENCE database. see Internet resources
Puerto Rico, AALL President's visit, 10:7.4

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Ranganathan, laws of library science, 14:7.22
Recruitment
  Applicant pool for current law library positions, 10:4.28
  Attracting people to law librarianship, 6:6.1, 11:2.8
  Directors' criteria for hiring reference librarians, 7:5.12-14
  Educational path for law librarianship, 6:6.26
  Finding your first law library job, 12:6.18
  Gen X/Gen Y Task Force, 9:3.1MB
  Improving job satisfaction, salary and publicity as means of attracting new librarians, 10:4.24
  Job board, new interactive, 14:1.46
  Job furloughs for law librarians, 14:1.40
  Job market and salaries, 6:6.8
  Job search comments by Pres. Lemann, 14:2.5
  Lawyers who became librarians, 9:3.8
  Library internships, 10:2.14
  Library school projects for future law librarians, 12:3.20
  Luncheon law librarian recruitment efforts at University of South Carolina, 11:2.14
  Placement Listings on Web site only, 7:1.15, 7:2.8, 7:3.7, 7:4.31, 7:6.25, 7:9.28
  Planning for Success: your guide to creating and implementing a library succession plan, 14:1.24
  Special Committee on Developing Law Librarians for the Future, 12:4.4
  Temporary staffing needs, 14:3.10
Reference
  Academic course liaison program, 8:5.22
  Annotated Bibliography of Digital Reference Services, 7:4.20
  Directors' criteria for hiring reference librarians, 7:5.12-14
  Emotional intelligence tools aid reference, 14:3.14
  Reference interview training manual, 15:8.12-14
  Remote access and reference service, 6:5.6
Research
  Compiling a federal legislative history, 6:2.20-22
  State statute legislative history, 11:1.12
Running. see Physical fitness

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Salaries. see also Committees (AALL); Recruitment
  AALL salary survey: what it can and cannot do, 13:1.42
  Academic law libraries, 6:3.4
  Law firm librarians' perspectives, 8:8.16
  Member comments on salaries in an information age, 9:4.32
  "Salary Negotiation Skills for Law Librarians," 9:1.18
Salary Survey Task Force. see Task Forces
Secrecy in government
  Secrecy report issued by OpenTheGovernment.org, 14:2.6
  U.S. Archivist halts reclassification of documents, 10:7.8
Secretary's report. see Executive Board (AALL)
Security
  Electronic court records, balancing access with privacy, 14:1.34
  Internet use and abuse and domestic violence, 12:2.6
  Mentally ill patrons, 14:2.10
  Privacy of patron circulation records, 10:6.4
  Privacy v. the public's right to know, 8:9.14
  "Secure Connections: Safety and Security in the Law Library," 8:1.24
Self-represented litigants. see Pro se
September 11
  Editor's comments, 6:4.1
  President's comments, 6:4.8
  Reflections, 6:3.1, 6:4.40
Serials Industry System Advisory Committee (SISAC), 6:10.2 MB
Serials pricing, "Law Serials Pricing and Mergers: A Portfolio Approach", 9:2.6
Sexual harassment, 15:1.15
Shepard's Citations. see Committees (AALL)
Signage, Organizing visual information, 8:6.4
Social networking. see Internet resources
Solo libraries. see Management and personnel
Special Interest Sections (SIS)
  Web Committee updates site, 11:2.27
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Academic Law Libraries SIS, 11:9.2MB
  AALL Professional Development Online Forum on ABA Annual Questionnaire, 8:3.26
  Academic Law Libraries' Collection Development Policies Page, 10:9.28
  Academic Law Library Web site content, 7:4.24
  Activities and focus of ALL, 8:3.6
  ALL-SIS Outstanding Article Award, 9:9.18(Babb), 11:9.26(Peoples), 11:9.26(Shucha)
  ALL-SIS Outstanding Service Award, 11:9.26(Peoples)
  Anniversary (25th) of ALL-SIS, 8:8.26, 8:9.31
  Annual Meeting events on its Web site, 11:5.26
  Annual Meeting Programs (2005 San Antonio), 9:3.24
  Article of the Year Award, 10:1.34(Babb)
  Award by association to fund program on difficult communications, 11:6.28
  BNA pricing task force, 7:7.28
  Centennial celebrations planned for Annual Meeting, 10:8.26
  Committee formed for centennial celebration, 9:5.22
  CONALL grant award, 10:1.34(Hanson)
  Events at the San Antonio Meeting, 9:7.34, 9:9.32
  First VIP for Academic SIS in San Antonio, 10:1.34
  Grant for CONALL approved for San Antonio Annual Meeting, 9:5.22
  Grant offered for Berring Symposium, 11:2.26
  Guidelines for exchange program with private law libraries, 8:2.20
  History of ALL-SIS, 11:1.43
  Job description report, 11:7.38
  New officers, announcement of, 9:9.32
  Newsletter to be electronic-only, 7:5.30
  Nominations sought for ALL-SIS awards, 11:4.26
  Nominees sought for two awards, 6:4.26
  Plans for Annual Meeting, 7:5.30, 7:9.28
  Presidential Certificate of Merit, 7:2.31
  Resources available for instructional programs, 9:3.18
  San Antonio Annual Meeting Program: Is the New Bluebook New, 10:1.34
  SIS Hicks Award, 10:1.34(Bintliff)
  Statistical survey result on Web site, 11:8.28
  Survey on instructors of advanced legal research, 8:4.28
  Web site adds RSS feed, 11:1.42
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Computing Services SIS
  Annual Meeting Events, 7:6.30 (2003 Seattle), 8:7.30 (2004 Boston), 8:9.30 (2004 Boston), 9:7.34 (2005 San Antonio), 9:8.28 (2005 San Antonio), 9:9.32 (2005 San Antonio)
  Annual Meeting grant, 6:7.1, 8:2.26, 8:3.26, 8:4.28
  Annual Meeting program: Artificial intelligence-based agents for reference desk, 8:5.30 (2004 Boston)
  Annual Meeting program: Creative Commons, 8:5.30 (2004 Boston)
  Annual Meeting program: Law practice technology courses, 8:5.30 (2004 Boston)
  Annual Meeting program: Translation software, 8:5.30 (2004 Boston)
  Annual Meeting programs, 10:7.38 (2006 St. Louis), 11:7.38 (2007 New Orleans), 11:8.28 (2007 New Orleans)
  Award named in honor of Ken Hirsh, also first recipient of this award, 9:1.36
  Blawg committee creates site, 9:4.24
  Blawg committee formed, 9:3.24
  Blawg committee work on Web site, 10:1.34
  Blawg receives praise, 9:5.22
  Breakfast in Orlando, 6:9.23
  Business meeting planned for Orlando, 6:10.26
  Computer trivia, 10:4.34
  Electronic balloting used by CS-SIS for election of officers, 8:9.30
  Emerging Technologies Committee created, 11:1.42, 11:2.26
  Funds pledged for Strait Minority Scholarship, 8:6.26
  Grants for Annual Meeting available for SIS members, 6:6.18, 7:6.30, 8:3.26, 8:4.28, 8:6.26, 9:3.24, 9:4.24, 9:5.22, 9:6.26
  Handouts from Annual Meeting to be posted on Web site, 10:8.26
  History of CS-SIS topic of Breakfast Meeting, 9:2.26
  How to join the discussion list, 10:5.26
  Job description database, 8:3.26, 10:1.34
  New committees created, 8:2.26
  Newsletter issue available at Web site, 8:4.28
  Online newsletter published semiannually, 9:4.24
  Profile of the Computing Services-SIS, 10:9.29
  Programs for Annual Meeting, 8:3.26
  Roy Mersky featured at annual breakfast meeting, 8:8.26, 9:8.28
  SIS Web site updated to include a guide to adaptive technologies, 9:4.24
  Three program registration grants awarded, 9:1.36 (2004 Boston)
  Web 2.0 challenge, 13:6.28
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Foreign, Comparative, and International Law SIS
  Annual Meeting Program on Latin American Law, 10:1.34 (2005 San Antonio)
  Annual Meeting programs, 10:8.26 (2006 St. Louis)
  Applicants for grants sought, 6:5.16
  Blog for the FCIL-SIS, 10:9.28
  Caribbean legal materials topic of meeting at Annual Meeting, 8:8.26
  China-U.S. Conference on Legal Information, 12:8.29, 13:2.36
  Comments from the president, 12:5.4
  Congratulations to SIS member Claire Germain, 9:3.24
  Daniel L. Wade Outstanding Service Award created, 11:1.42
  Election results 2006, 10:8.26
  Ellen Schaffer Foreign Librarian's Grant available, 11:5.26
  Ellen Schaffer Foreign Librarian's Grant award, 9:8.28(Aladashvili)
  Experts in civil law sought for New Orleans Annual Meeting, 11:2.26
  FCIL grid coming along for CALI lessons, 9:5.22
  Grant for Annual Meeting to be announced soon, 9:5.22
  History of FCIL-SIS, 10:4.35
  Hot topics in international and foreign law at St. Louis Annual Meeting, 10:4.34
  Latin American trade law workshop, 6:4.26
  Legal research course material requested, 8:7.36
  NELLCO director, Thompson, takes lead in foreign and international databases, 9:3.24
  New officers, 10:1.34, 11:7.38
  Newsletter editor and Web master welcomed, 10:1.34
  Newsletter personnel changes, 11:6.28
  Newsletter to have co-editors, 10:2.28
  Online file of foreign law collections in U.S. law schools at Barco Law Library, 9:3.24
  Online forum planned for April 2004, 8:5.30
  Orlando program, 6:9.22
  Pre-conference workshop in St. Louis announced, 10:2.28
  Roman and civil law topic of Annual Meeting program, 12:1.34
  Schaffer Foreign Law Librarian grant, 10:1.34(Aldashvili)
  Seattle program on the legal system of Indonesia, 8:2.32
  "Spirit of the FCIL SIS" awards, 9:2.26(Bernal; Somers)
  Summary of SIS-sponsored Annual Meeting programs, 9:8.28
  Transnational research topic of AALS workshop, 10:5.5
  Treaty workshop to be held with LLAGNY, 9:5.22
  Vice-chair and chair-elect nominated, 11:4.26
  Web site redesign, 9:2.26
  Workshop on human rights to be held in D.C., 9:5.22
  Workshop on Latin America in D.C., 6:8.30
  Workshop planned for Boston, 8:6.26
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Government Documents SIS
  Annual Meeting grant for student, 7:7.28
  Fugitive and Electronic-Only Documents Committee new chair, 7:7.28
  Superintendent of Documents gives update at Annual Meeting, 12:1.6
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Legal History and Rare Books SIS
  Annual Meeting program, 10:8.28 (2006 St. Louis)
  Annual Meeting program on oral history interviews, 9:3.23 (2005 San Antonio)
  Annual Meeting programs, 11:7.38 (2007 New Orleans)
  Archives committee formed, 6:8.30
  "Creating and Maintaining Legal History Collections," 9:2.7CRIV
  Dr. Morris Cohen to be speaker at roundtable in Boston, 8:9.30
  Morris L. Cohen Student Essay Competition, 13:3.26, 14:4.37
  Newsletter on Web site, 6:9.22
  Oral history project with AALL Centennial Committee, Micrographics and Audiovisual-SIS, and Academic Law Libraries-SIS, 9:3.24
  Strategic planning process begun, 6:2.14
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Legal Information Services to the Public SIS
  Amicus brief co-sponsored on access to law materials, 8:2.26
  Amicus brief filed in Henderson v. Crosby, 9:1.36
  Annual Meeting program, 10:8.28 (2006 St. Louis)
  Annual Meeting programs, 11:7.38 (2007 New Orleans)
  By-laws revision, 10:4.34
  Compassion fatigue program at Annual Meeting, 10:5.26(2007 St. Louis)
  Donation to Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment, 9:1.36
  Events at the Boston Meeting, 8:7.30
  Help for pro bono researchers is topic of Annual Meeting program, 10:5.26 (2006 St. Louis)
  Model policy to deal with prisoner mail, 8:5.30
  New officers elected in online election, 10:9.28
  Pamphlet: How to Research a Legal Problem available on SIS Web site, 6:1.12
  Profile of LISP, 11:5.26
  Programs submitted for next Annual Meeting, 10:2.28
  Roundtable with LISP and RIPS, 8:8.27
  Section plans to sponsor SIS VIP, 10:4.34
  SIS VIP Ayn Crawley speaks, 11:2.26
  VIP to attend St. Louis Annual Meeting, 10:8.28
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Micrographics and Audiovisuals SIS
  Annual Meeting program, 10:8.28 (2006 St. Louis)
  Annual Meeting programs, 11:7.39 (2007 New Orleans)
  D-5 HOT TOPIC: Discussion of Double Fold: Libraries and the Assault on Paper by Nicholson Baker, 6:1.32 (Minneapolis 2001)
  Focus on Micrographics/Audiovisual SIS, 11:6.29
  Oral history project with AALL Centennial Committee, Legal History and Rare Books-SIS, and Academic Law Libraries-SIS, 9:3.24
  Spotlight on SIS, 11:7.39
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Online Bibliographic Services SIS
  Annual Meeting presentations, 11:1.42
  Annual Meeting program, 10:8.28 (2006 St. Louis)
  Annual Meeting programs, 11:7.41 (2007 New Orleans)
  Annual Meeting programs of interest to SIS, 9:2.26
  Annual Meeting raffle, 6:2.14
  ARLIN/ OCLC changes to be discussed in Seattle, 7:9.28
  Committee to research record sharing, 10:6.22
  Informal programs to be offered at St. Louis Annual Meeting, 10:6.22
  Jointly-funded research grant awarded for study of citation practices of the Indiana Supreme Court, 9:3.25
  Jointly-funded research grant offered, 15:5.27
  New officers, 6:10.26, 10:1.34, 11:8.28, 11:9.26
  OCLC/WLN open discussion at AALL Annual Meeting, 6:3.12
  Offer of questions for RLG telephone conference, 6:6.18
  Orlando program, 6:9.22
  Plans for Seattle Annual Meeting, 7:6.30, 7:8.34, 7:9.28
  Plenary Speaker sponsored by SIS, 10:1.34
  Results of survey of SIS membership, 9:8.29, 11:2.26
  Seattle program information added to Web site, 8:2.32
  Section profile, 11:4.27
  SIS strategic plan, 10:1.34
  Special committee on Record Sharing appointed, 10:4.34
  Strategic plan under review through e-mail conversation, 10:4.34
  Strategic planning document on Web site, 6:1.12
  Web site of the Month, 7:4.24
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Online Bibliographic Services /Technical services SIS
  Research grant available, 6:9.22, 7:4.24
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Private Law Libraries SIS, 11:9.2MB
  Awards and honors to PLL members, 11:1.45
  Boston British consulate-general speaks at PLL luncheon at Annual Meeting, 9:2.26
  Budget planning in a law firm library, 10:4.7CRIV
  "Change as Opportunity Summit," 15:1.26
  Competitive Intelligence topic of St. Louis program, 11:1.26
  Events at the San Antonio Meeting, 9:9.32
  Evolving role of the solo librarian, 13:1.48
  Focus on groups within the SIS, 12:5.20
  Getting to Yes for Your Library, 15:6.11
  Grant for CONELL attendance to be offered, 9:4.24
  Grants available for Annual Meeting, 8:4.28
  Guidelines for exchange program with academics, 8:2.20
  Member Sabrina Pacifici chosen as a "Mover and Shaker" of 2006 by Library Journal, 10:8.29
  Mentoring project for Annual Meeting, 7:5.30
  Newsletter to be both print and electronic, 9:4.24
  Regional program presented on library management, 11:5.26
  Six programs to be offered in Boston, 8:8.27
  Strategic goals approved for 2006-2009, 11:1.43
  "Take your administrator to lunch day" a success, 9:7.34
  Travel grants available for St. Louis Annual Meeting, 10:6.22
  Travel grants awarded, 8:9.30
  Web site appearance updated, 9:4.24
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Research Instruction and Patron Services SIS. see also Teaching legal research
  Anniversary, 25th, 9:1.37, 9:5.22
  Annual Meeting programs, 10:7.38 (2006 St. Louis), 11:7.41 (2007 New Orleans), 11:8.28 (2007 New Orleans)
  Annual Meeting programs of interest to SIS, 9:2.27
  Annual Meeting registration fee grant available, 10:6.22
  Bibliography of legal research texts now on RIPS-SIS Web site, 10:9.28
  Bibliography of legal research texts online, 11:2.27
  Briefs in Law Librarianship series, 10:1.35
  Briefs in Law Librarianship series includes two new titles, 10:9.28
  Business meeting planned for Boston, 8:9.30
  Centennial series: history of the RIPS-SIS, 10:5.27
  Events at the San Antonio Meeting, 9:8.29, 9:9.33
  Legal Research Teach-in a success, 10:9.28
  Legal Research Teach-in package available, 10:5.26
  Mascot of SIS to attend Boston Meeting, 8:8.27
  Member publications, 11:9.26
  Model policy to deal with prisoner mail, 8:5.30
  National Legal Research Teach-In 12th year, 8:6.26
  National Legal Research Teach-In celebrates 10 years, 6:6.24, 7:9.24
  New officers, 10:1.35, 11:9.26
  Plans for Seattle Annual Meeting, 7:8.34
  Resources available for instructional programs, 9:3.18
  SIS to create an annotated bibliography of legal research texts to be posted on the RIPS Web page, 10:4.37
  Summary of SIS-sponsored Annual Meeting programs, 11:1.45
  Teach-in kit now online, 11:6.28
  Updated Web site unveiled, 7:8.34
  Workshop sponsored at Boston Annual Meeting, 9:2.27
Special Interest Sections (SIS): SIS Council
  Council chair comments, 6:10.26
  Leadership training, 6:8.30
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Social Responsibilities SIS
  Alan Holoch Memorial Travel Grant, 6:5.16
  Annual Meeting program, 10:7.38 (2006 St. Louis), 10:8.29 (2006 St. Louis)
  Annual Meeting programs, 11:8.29 (2007 New Orleans)
  Bibliography on Lesbian and Gay Issues updated, 11:6.28
  Bibliography on Sexual Orientation and Law published, 11:5.27
  Book drive a success, 9:2.27 (2005 San Antonio), 10:1.35 (2006 St. Louis), 11:8.31 (2007 New Orleans)
  Book drive, "Connecting with Kids," 6:9.23 (2002 Orlando)
  Book drive for children, 6:8.30 (2002 Orlando), 8:8.27 (2004 Boston), 10:7.38 (2006 St. Louis), 12:8.28 (2008 Portland), 12:9.39 (2008 Portland), 15:8.8
  Carol Alpert honored on her retirement, 6:6.18
  Chair resigns post to attend law school, 11:2.27
  Committees continue to update publications of the Special Interest Section, 10:5.26
  Directory of Law Libraries Serving Prisoners moves to AALLNET, 8:4.28
  Donation for tsunami relief, 9:6.26
  Fiesta of books success at Annual Meeting (2005 San Antonio), 10:2.28
  Five proposals for programs in St. Louis submitted, 10:2.28
  Hot Topic program on same sex marriage held at Annual Meeting in Boston, 9:1.37
  Joint roundtable on Pro Se Patrons and Prisoners, 10:1.35
  Law Libraries Serving Prisoners updated online, 7:2.26
  Mary Whisner publishes collection of her columns, 11:4.26
  Model hotel contract language, 10:7.38
  Model policy to deal with prisoner mail, 8:5.30
  Motion to file amicus brief in Florida prison library case rejected, 8:4.28
  New officers elected in online election, 10:9.28
  Possibility of award for outstanding social service considered, 6:4.26
  Profile of the SR-SIS, 10:7.39
  Program with LISP and RIPS on services to pro se patrons and prisoners, 9:1.37
  Resolution drafted opposing federal ban on same sex marriage, 9:1.37
  Resolution on Iraq defeated, 10:1.35
  Resolution on Iraq discussed in a panel in Cincinnati Library Consortium Mini-Conference, 10:2.28
  Resolution on Iraq presented at Association Business Meeting, 10:1.7
  Same-sex marriage subject of Hot Topic proposal for Boston, 8:9.30
  San Antonio Annual Meeting Program: Twenty Years of the Standing Committee for Lesbian and Gay Issues, 10:1.36
  San Antonio Annual Meeting Program: Visionary Collection Development, 10:1.36
  Service project book donation, 6:3.12
  Service project for New Orleans planned, 11:1.45
  Sexual Orientation Bibliography to be published by Hein, 11:1.47
  Standing Committee for Lesbian and Gay Issues to update Bibliography on Sexual Orientation and the Law, 10:4.34
  Standing Committee on Library Service to Institution Residents is working on update to Recommended Collections for Prison and Other Institution Law Libraries & Guidelines for Prison Law Libraries, 10:4.34
  Volunteer day before Annual Meeting (2007 New Orleans), 11:7.41
Special Interest Sections (SIS): State, Court, and County Law Libraries SIS, 11:9.1MB, 15:8.12-14
  Alternative program offered at St. Louis Annual Meeting on book: The Impossible Will Take a Little While, 10:6.22
  Annual Meeting planning, 7:6.30 (2003 Seattle), 9:2.27 (2005 San Antonio)
  Annual Meeting program, 10:8.30 (2006 St. Louis)
  Annual Meeting programs, 6:9.22 (2002 Orlando), 11:7.43 (2007 New Orleans), 11:8.31 (2007 New Orleans), 11:9.26 (2007 New Orleans)
  Events at the Boston Meeting, 8:7.30
  Funding focus of position paper and resolution to Florida State Court and County Law Libraries, 9:4.24
  Grant for Annual Meeting, 7:6.30
  Guide to budgeting/financial planning to be offered summer 2005, 9:4.24
  Information bank and state coordinators now available for funding problems, 9:3.24
  Membership and mentoring committee promotes AALL, 8:6.26
  Networking at the Annual Meeting, 11:5.27
  New officers, announcement of, 9:9.34
  New officers elected in online election, 10:9.29
  Newsletter redesigned, 10:4.35
  Profile of the SCLL-SIS, 10:8.27
  Reception held at the Boston Public Library, 9:1.37
  Resource guide on hiring in the works, 6:5.16
  SCCLL member wins Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 9:1.37
  Section members attend NCSC programs, 11:4.26
  Self-Represented Litigant's Network works with Section, 11:6.28, 13:2.28
  Silent auction held for travel grants, 6:2.14, 9:1.37, 10:1.36
  SIS invites VIP to Annual Meeting, 9:8.29
  SIS Web site adds new content to "Toolbox," 10:5.26
  Thanks to groups who advocated for increased funding for public law libraries, 9:1.40
  Trustee's luncheon at St. Louis Annual Meeting, 10:7.38
Special Interest Sections (SIS): Technical Services SIS
  Acquisitions Committee works on Foreign Vendor List, 10:7.38
  Activities and focus of TS-SIS, 8:3.18
  Award and grant winners announced, 10:8.30
  Candidates for TS-SIS offices announced, 9:6.26
  Collection development policies Web site to be updated, 10:7.38
  Committee on Annual Meeting programming formed, 9:5.22
  Committees to identify useful Web sites on link to TS Web page, 10:7.39
  Draft strategic plan online, 6:2.14
  Education grant announced, 6:1.12
  Education grant awarded, 6:4.26
  First VIP invited to San Antonio Annual Meeting, 10:1.36
  The Future of Cataloging subject of Annual Meeting Session, 12:1.42
  Grant applications available for AALL Workshops, 9:6.26
  Grant available to attend workshops, 6:5.16
  Grant for Annual Meeting attendance for recent library school graduate, 10:5.27
  Jointly-funded research grant awarded for study of citation practices of the Indiana Supreme Court, 9:3.25
  Liaison to ALA Subject Analysis Committee announced, 10:4.35
  New officers, announcement of, 9:2.27, 9:9.34, 10:2.29
  New strategic plan approved, 10:1.37
  Newsletter now on SIS Web site, 9:8.30
  Nominations sought for Renee D. Chapman Memorial Award, 7:5.30, 9:3.25
  Plan for Annual Meeting, 7:8.34
  Profile of the Technical Services-SIS, 10:6.23
  Program plans for San Antonio, 9:3.25
  Project COUNTER, 12:9.36
  Recent library school graduate named as tech services VIP for San Antonio Annual Meeting, 10:5.27
  Renee D. Chapman Award for Outstanding Contributions in Technical Services, 6:10.26 (Johnston), 8:8.28 (Turpening), 9:2.27(Turpening), 10:1.37(Sitkin), 10:8.30(Briscoe)
  Request for program ideas, 9:9.34
  Summary of SIS-sponsored Annual Meeting programs, 9:7.34, 9:8.30
  Update on programs for Annual Meeting (2005 San Antonio), 9:4.25
  Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control, 13:1.30
Special Libraries Association (SLA), 6:10.2 MB
Spirit of Law Librarianship Award. see Awards
Strait, George A. Minority Scholarship. see Grants and scholarships
Strategic planning
  AALL to create new strategic plan, 8:7.4
  Authentication taken up as part of AALL strategic direction, 11:3.1MB
  Chapter plans, 7:10.4MB
  CS-SIS plan, 7:10.4MB
  Education summit discussed at executive board meeting, 10:1.6
  Executive Board (AALL) holds retreat to work on next strategic plan, 9:4.6
  Executive Board focuses on education, 12:4.4
  Executive Board focuses on leadership, 12:2.4, 12:7.4
  Executive Board strategic planning new cycle, 14:1.5
  Gen X/Gen Y Task Force, 9:3.1MB
  Leadership and the nimble organization, 7:6.4
  Metaphors for vision of law librarian sought, 9:2.4
  President's comments, 8:8.4, 10:1.4
  President's goal to complete new document by July 2005, 9:1.4
  Review of plan for 2000-2005, 7:10.1MB-3MB
  SCCLL-SIS plan, 7:10.3MB-4MB
  Strategic goals for 2010-2013, 15:3.3MB
Students
  American legal research for European students, 13:2.14
  Changing nature of reference services to students, 14:8.20
  College Cost Reduction and Access Act, 14:3.9
  Free Annual Meeting registration proposed for library school students, 8:5.26
  Information literacy among law students project award, 7:7.7
  Law school alumni project, 14:3.12
  Library school projects for future law librarians, 12:3.20
  Library school students tour University of Denver law library, 10:6.18
  Outreach to library school students by MALL, 8:9.24
  Outreach to library school students (MALL), 8:9.24
  PR for LIS students (MALL), 8:5.24
  Program with Simmons Library School students, 7:10.27
  Reaching a new generation of students, 12:6.10
  Recruitment efforts made with Wisconsin library school students, 10:9.26
  Registration fees for students attending Annual Meeting, 7:1.18
  Understanding law students, 11:3.20
  Video interviews with summer associates, 14:2.26
Stu's Views, 12:1.49, 12:2.35, 12:4.32, 12:5.29, 12:6.33, 12:6.36, 12:7.37, 12:8.27, 12:9.14, 13:1.53, 13:2.41, 13:3.21, 13:4.23, 13:7.37, 13:8.30, 13:9.7, 14:1.46, 14:2.5, 14:3.27, 14:4.5, 14:5.27, 14:7.27, 14:8.7, 15:2.31, 15:3.18, 15:4.35, 15:5.22, 15:6.25, 15:8.19, 15:9.18
Surveys. see Public relations

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Task Forces
  ABA Standards for Academic Law Libraries Task Force, 7:3.4
  Biennial Salary Survey Task Force, 6:3.4, 7:2.8, 7:9.6, 7:10.32, 14:2.24
  Career Development Task Force, 8:2.16, 8:4.26
  Gen X/Gen Y Task Force, 9:3.1MB
Teaching legal research
  Academic and firm librarians connect to improve course content, 12:6.6
  Academic course liaison program, 8:5.22
  Academic-SIS receives Presidential Award, 7:2.31
  American legal research for European students, 13:2.14
  Annual Meeting program on online tutorials, 7:1.10 (2002 Orlando)
  Australian law firm experience, 8:2.10
  CALI lesson and instructional technology, 14:6.24
  Carnegie Foundation report, 13:4.20
  CLE programs draw lawyers into library, 12:4.16
  Cold case demonstrates value of legal research, 12:2.22
  Colloquium for Law Librarians and Legal Publishers, 6:1.26
  Community college legal research and writing, 12:3.8
  Connecticut Judicial Branch law librarians offer free training, 11:4.10
  Dane County (Wisc.) law library teaches legal research to public, 10:4.8
  Finding plagiarism using the Internet, 8:9.6
  GPLLA holds course in basic legal research, 7:10.26
  Graphic literature as a teaching tool, 14:1.32
  How to produce a legal bibliography plan, 13:1.38
  How to start a course in your local chapter, 12:3.6
  How to start a program teaching legal research in your local chapter, 12:3.6
  Law firm experiences, 11:8.10
  Law for the non-J.D., 8:3.4
  Law school for a day programs, 9:3.10
  Learning styles, 11:6.8
  Lectures and learning styles, 10:6.10
  Legal research benchmarks, 13:3.12
  Legal research skills encouraged in new book, 12:9.22
  Movie clips in legal research classes, 15:6.19-21
  One-day legal research workshop held by SNELLA, 9:3.21
  Poster session usefulness, 13:7.12
  Practical application research exams, 8:4.10
  Preparing New Lawyers for the Challenge of Practice, 12:1.40 (2007 New Orleans)
  Raising the Bar: Preparing students for legal research questions on the bar exam, 14:1.20
  Reaching a new generation of students, 12:6.10
  Redesigning bibliographic services at the University of California, 11:3.14
  Resources available for instructional programs, 9:3.18
  Strategy in learning one online service, 12:9.2MB
  Strategy in teaching one online service, 12:9.3MB
  Teaching legal research in a law firm, 12:8.12
  Training sessions, how to improve, 14:6.6
  TRICALL (Teaching Research in Court and Agency Law Libraries), 6:1.6
  Understanding law students, 11:3.20
  Understanding lawyers and their use of law libraries, 12:4.16
  Using game show format, 8:2.28
  Video interviews with summer associates, 14:2.26
  Wikipedia's usefulness in instruction, 12:8.8
Technical services
  AACR2 subject of SANDALL meeting, 7:7.20
  Academic departmental re-engineering, 7:2.MB3
  Acquisitions departments deal with electronic formats, 6:2.4
  Canceling legal continuations, 10:4.3CRIV
Technical Services
  Canceling legal continuations,
15:2.9-10CRIV Technical services
  Cataloging, Metadata described, 6:3.24
  Cataloging electronic formats, 6:2.6
  Cataloging online resources, 14:4.7 CRIV
  Combination of reference duties and technical services, 8:2.8
  Committee on LC law classification declares class K complete, 6:9.13
  Communications with vendors, 7:2.1MB
  Electronic record sharing, 10:8.16
  Everything Old Is New Again: Second- (or Third-) Generation Automated System Challenges, 6:1.29 (Minneapolis 2001)
  Implementing a federated search product, 13:2.10
  Improving access to information through the online catalog, 9:2.8
  Information delivery, 7:3.16
  Law firm technical services value, 7:2.4MB
  Outsourced cataloging online resources, 14:4.7 CRIV
  Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC), 6:2.11
  Public law library practices, 7:2.MB2
  Usefulness of book dummies, 9:7.8CRIV
Technology
  E-readers, uses and features, 15:6.4
  Integrity of Online Legal Information, 12:4.3CRIV
  Law library radio show, 15:3.14-15
  Legal research on the I-phone, 14:8.12
  NYT columnist David Pogue speaks on trends at Portland meeting, 13:1.22
  Smaller libraries and innovation, 14:2.16
  Top trends in library systems program at Annual Meeting (2005 San Antonio), 10:1.16
Telecommuting
  Frank Herch, telecommuting from Israel, 15:9.20
Teleconferences
  Open government teleconference, 10:7.8
  USA PATRIOT Act joint teleconference with ALA, ARL, MLA, SLA, 6:6.16, 7:3.6
  West pricing teleconference report, 7:5.5CRIV-6CRIV
The Reference Desk, 15:2.34
The Return Slot, 12:1.10
Treasurer's report. see Executive Board (AALL)
TRICALL Conference. see Professional development
Twitter. see Internet resources

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UCITA (Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act). see Legislation (state)
USA PATRIOT Act. see Legislation (federal)

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Vendor profile. see Committees (AALL)
Vendor relations, 12:8.24, 12:9.1MB, 12:9.4MB, 13:4.24
  Changes in vendor relations, 13:7.6 CRIV
  Communications with vendors, 7:2.1MB
  Law firms and vendors in the current marketing climate, 14:1.42
  Negotiating multi-year contracts, 14:4.8 CRIV
  Vendor former librarian perspective, 14:6.4 MB
Videoconferencing, Virginia chapter meeting, 12:2.16
Views and Viewpoints. see Point/counterpoint
  Call for short submissions, 9:1.40
  Keeping up with legal information, 9:3.32
  Praise for 30-minute programs at Annual Meetings, 9:1.40
  Salaries in an information age, 9:4.32
  Subsidies for speakers at Annual Meeting should be offered, 9:1.40
  Thanks to groups who advocated for increased funding for public law libraries, 9:1.40
Volunteers
  CALL chapter members volunteer for public radio pledge drive, 9:5.19
  CoALL chapter members help with PBS membership drive, 6:6.20
  Librarians volunteering abroad, 9:4.12
  President-elect call, 6:2.1
  Suggested ways to participate in AALL, 15:1.1, 15:1.8

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Washington Affairs Office, Special Committee reviews role of WAO, 12:7.4
Water damage. see Disaster preparedness
Webinars
  "Change as Opportunity Summit ," 15:1.26
  International Professional Legal Management Week Webinar participation, 11:3.30
  Librarian represents AALL in Webinar on careers in law librarianship, 10:3.27
  Webinar: Staffing the library for success, 14:4.39
Weeding. see Collection Development
Wikipedia
  Introduction, 10:9.8
  Usefulness in teaching Advanced Legal Research, 12:8.8
Working Group on the Future of Bibliographic Control, under Special Interest Sections (SIS): Technical Services SIS
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). see Intellectual property