Category Archives: state documents

Help us support UELMA in Massachusetts!

UELMA (Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act) is once again before the Massachusetts Legislature as H. 812, sponsored by Carmine L. Gentile and currently in the Joint Committee on the Judiciary. LLNE member (and head of its Government Relations Committee’s Subcommittee … Continue reading

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LLNE supports the Vermont State Library

The LLNE Executive Board recently sent a letter to the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Vermont Senate Appropriations Committee to ask them to avoid budget cuts that would result in the closure of the Vermont State Law Library. We will … Continue reading

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New UELMA Bill Filed in MA House

HB43 – An Act relative to the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act has been filed in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. A one page summary of the bill and why we need to pass this legislation is linked to the … Continue reading

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SAVE THE DATE: Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries to Celebrate Historic Anniversary, Thursday, March 26th, 12:00pm-1:00pm

Please save the date so you can help our colleagues at the Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries celebrate their anniversary! See details below! Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries to Celebrate Historic Anniversary The Trial Court Law Libraries will mark the … Continue reading

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UELMA Advocacy in Massachusetts (HB 38)-ALERT

A subgroup of LLNE’s Government Relations Committee is awaiting HB38 to be reported out of committee.  Member Marnie Warner testified for LLNE.  Check out how you can help!

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AALL Report on State Online Documents

AALL has published a STATE-BY- STATE REPORT ON AUTHENTICATION OF ONLINE LEGAL RESOURCES. This report found that A significant number of the state online legal resources are official but none are authenticated or afford ready authentication by standard methods. State … Continue reading

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