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Main Education and Events 2015
Learn the skills and trends you need to successfully manage your law library and meet the needs of your institution. Leveraging the collective brain power of nearly 5,000 law librarians, AALL is dedicated to supporting the career development needs of law librarians through quality educational programming and events designed specifically for legal information professionals.

Use the AALL Competencies of Law Librarianship for organizing and tracking your continuing education as you identify areas for professional growth. Employers may use the Competencies to make hiring, evaluation, and promotion decisions and to make recommendations for professional development.
  • Teaching Technology in Legal Practice: Insights and Evolution
    Learn insights from Emory’s successful Technology in Legal Practice course. Learn how to implement your own course and evolve those ideas for the future. This webinar will feature concrete examples of successes and how participants can easily implement them into their own course.
  • DALL October Meeting: Working Together to Boost Business Development Success
    How can you be a strategic partner to your business development team and lawyers? Clients hire lawyers who understand their business, and while most law firms know this, there’s often a gap between awareness and action. Join your fellow DALL colleagues and Stacy Rowe of Manzama to gain new insights into how law librarians can provide strategic value to business development and fill the gap between awareness and action!
  • LLAGNY Brown Bag: Open Access, Copyright, and Repositories
    The New York Law Institute and the Law Library Association of Greater New York are pleased to present this brown bag lunch session in celebration of Open Access Week. A robust open access policy often has perceived challenges from ancillary topics such as copyright, contracts, and licensing. There are many subtle areas where confusion, myth, and misinformation can prevent a library (and/or an open access policy) from fulfilling their core mission.
  • LLOPS October Meeting: Law Librarians and Practice Management
    Special guest Toby Brown, the Perkins Coie Practice Management Chief, will present on the role of the librarian in the law firm and how we can be used effectively to help increase profits. Toby is also one of the bloggers from 3 Geeks and a Law Blog.
  • SEAALL 2017
    The Annual Meeting will be held March 30 through April 1, 2017, in Raleigh, North Carolina. The deadline for proposals is 5pm Central time on Friday, November 4.
  • NJLLA November 2016 Meeting: Secrets of Tax Research
    Legal areas that are laden with jargon and have a complex administrative component can intimidate even the strongest researchers. Taxation is definitely one of those legal areas. However, a breakdown of the basics of tax law authority and tax law research can demystify this process. Join Sarah Jaramillo, reference librarian at New York University Law Library, in this program on the basics of tax research. This session will also include navigation tips for Checkpoint, Bloomberg BNA and other tax specialty sources.
  • 2017 SWALL Annual Meeting
    The 2017 SWALL Annual Meeting will take place April 6-8, 2017 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • MCCLL Fall Legal Education Workshop
    Learn about: The Minnesota Appellate Process, The Probate Process, Landlord/Tenant Issues, Professional Responsibility for attorneys working at legal advice clinics, Roundtable discussion of current issues relevant to county law librarians.