Scholarships & Grants

Available Grants

The following grants are currently available for 2022:

  • One (1) $1,500 grant to attend the ABA/NLADA Equal Justice Conference, May 12-14, 2022, in Minneapolis, MN.
  • Four (4) $1,500 grants to attend the AALL Annual Meeting, July 16-19, 2022, in Denver, Colorado. Two grants designated for librarians with less than five years of experience, and two grants designated for librarians with more than five years of experience.

*The availability of any and all grants are subject to change based on possible COVID-related circumstances. *

To apply:

  1. Read the GLL-SIS Grant Rules.
  2. Download and complete the 2022 GLL-SIS Grant Application.
  3. Email the completed, signed application, resume, and one signed letter of recommendation to the GLL Grants Committee Chair, Christine Morton (christine_morton@ca2.uscourts.gov, 631-712-6090.)

Recipients

  • 2019 - 2021

    2021

    AALL Annual Meeting

    • Sara McMahon, Head Law Librarian, Hampshire Law Library, Northampton, Massachusetts
    • Angela Reaux, Collections Librarian, Law Library of Louisiana, New Orleans, Louisiana
    • Gail Wechsler, Library Director, Law Library Association of St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri

    AALL Management Institute

    • Jocelyn Stilwell-Tong, Law Librarian, California Court of Appeal, 6th District, San Jose, California.

    Equal Justice Conference

    • Sabrina Davis, Digital Outreach Law Librarian, Harris County Robert W. Hainsworth Law Library, Houston, Texas

    2020

    AALL LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

    • Marcelo Rodriguez, Research and Training Librarian, US Courts Library for the 2nd Circuit, New York, NY.

    SELF REPRESENTED LITIGATION NETWORK CONFERENCE

    • Sue Ludington, Law Librarian, Lane County Law Library, Eugene, Oregon.

    2019

    AALL Annual Meeting Grant

    • Leslie Greenwood, Reference Librarian, Minnesota State Law Library, St. Paul, MN
    • Francis Norton, Research Librarian, Law Library of Louisiana, New Orleans, LA
    • Stephen Parks, State Librarian, Mississippi Supreme Court, Jackson, MS

    AALL Management Institute Grant

    • Emily Bergfeld, Alameda County Law Library, Oakland, CA