Don't Know Your CONALL from Your CONELL? Don't Worry; Here's the Scoop

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by Shaun Esposito

The Conference of Newer Academic Law Librarians (CONALL) is the ALL-SIS annual program for those new to academic law librarianship (but oldtimers are welcome as well). The Conference of Newer Law Librarians (CONELL) is held every year at the American Association of Law Libraries annual meeting and is sponsored by AALL. The purpose of CONELL "is to welcome the newer members of the profession to the organization, introduce them to the Association and its leaders, and provide a setting for newer members to become acquainted with each other." <http://www.aallnet.org/events/am00/99_connell.asp> CONELL is normally held the day prior to the start of regular programming at the annual meeting, while CONALL normally takes place during the regular programming at the annual meeting.