Members of the State, Court and County Law Libraries Special Interest Section participate in electronic discussions of the Section's work and opportunities and of topics of interest to law librarians in court, government, membership-subscription, and other special law libraries. Please make sure that your e-mail listing with AALL is up to date!
On August 1, 2011, AALL is migrating to a new discussion forum, "eGroups."
You are automatically a member of the "eGroup" for any SIS to which you belong. There are also eGroups for caucuses, and AALL members can create eGroups to match their interests as well.
You can receive emails as they are posted, once a day, never* or by RSS feed instead of email. To change that setting, log in to www.aallnet.org, navigate to "My Communities" (an option under the "Member Communities" menu).
Under the "Discussions" menu, click on "My Subscriptions." You can adjust frequency and format from that page.
Also, please add the following to your safe senders list:
Posting Messages to the List
Log in as above. Under the "Discussions" menu, click "Post a Message." Select the group or groups to post to and fill out the form. You can include attachments. The message will go out to the entire SIS. Don't navigate off the page until you get the ok message.
One really nice feature of posting this way: You won't get "out of office" replies.
Responding to Messages
When you get the message it will include links to reply to the eGroup or reply just to the sender. (It will make you log in to the AALL site to do so, however; you can't just hit "reply.") If you choose the HTML option in your preferences, you will get additional options right in the email, such as view the discussion as a thread, etc.
See a list of all AALL discussion forums, review your forum subsciptions and/or access forum messages and archives.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, you may contact webmaster and list administrator Kate Fitz.
Search the Listserv Archives (prior to Aug. 1, 2011) (You will need to Login)
*You can still see them by logging onto the website.