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LLNE Fall 2021 Meeting
LLNE is hosting the Fall 2021 meeting at The Thomas J. Meskill Law Library at UConn. The meeting will focus on the intersection of technology and access to justice and explore ways that technology can help to bridge the justice gap. The day will begin with speakers from the National Center for State Courts defining the justice gap and discussing existing approaches to address it. The following panels will explore ways technology can improve access to legal assistance, information, and institutions. Speakers from technology firms, nonprofits, law firms, law schools, courts, and bar associations will discuss their initiatives and how they have used technology to address an identified need. For more information, visit: https://libguides.law.uconn.edu/LLNEFall2021Meeting
Coded Bias Documentary Screening
Join us for a screening & discussion of the acclaimed documentary on Friday, June 11, 2021 at 7pm EST. Register for free at tinyurl.com/xr5dm9wf
Who are we?
LAW LIBRARIANS OF NEW ENGLAND (LLNE) was organized in 1946, when 17 law librarians gathered to meet each other and to consider the advantages of forming a professional association. Over the years LLNE has grown to over 250 members representing more than 50 libraries in the six New England states. Members come from all segments of the legal community, including academic libraries, federal and state courts and agencies, county and public law libraries, corporate legal departments, publishers, vendors, and private law firm.