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LLNE/ABLL Spring Meeting – A NextGen Curriculum for a NextGen Bar
When: Friday, April 14, 2023
What: A NextGen Curriculum for a NextGen Bar
Hosted by: The Law Library at New England Law | Boston & The Association of Boston Law Librarians (ABLL)
Please join LLNE and ABLL on Friday, April 14th at MCLE’s Conference Center in Boston for “A NextGen Curriculum for a NextGen Bar.” The conference will examine the possible consequences and opportunities resulting from anticipated changes to the bar exam format. The program features presentations from a variety of perspectives, including members of the Content Scope Committee of the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE), law school administration, faculty, and both academic and law firm librarians. The keynote speaker is Marilyn Wellington, Chief Strategy and Operations Officer for the NCBE.
Detailed information about the program and registration can be found on the Conference page.
LLNE has reserved a block of rooms at the Omni Parker House, 60 School Street Boston, for the evening of April 13th at a rate of $249. Visit the Lodging and Travel page to book your room by March 13th.
Please reach out to Karen Green at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the conference.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Boston!
Support for Ukraine
During this unprecedented time, the LLNE Service Committee would like to encourage members to donate funds to help the people of Ukraine. Below please find a list of local/US organizations that are taking donations to provide food, shelter, and medical supplies.
Friends of Ukraine: https://fundly.com/friends-of-ukraine-ri
This RI organization started by Brown University professors is raising money to send medical supplies to Ukraine. For more information, visit: https://www.abc6.com/30k-and-counting-raised-for-ukrainians-by-rhode-island-professors/
Sunflower of Peace: https://www.sunflowerofpeace.com/
Sunflower of Peace Foundation is a Boston, USA-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. They are currently raising money to acquire and distribute first-aid backpacks, medicine, medical instruments to medical personnel in Ukraine.
World Central Kitchen: https://wck.org/news/chefs-for-ukraine
World Central Kitchen is distributing meals in Poland to Ukrainians fleeing the country. The organization, founded by chef José Andrés, is seeking donations to provide remote support to Ukrainian restaurants continuing to serve meals for people in need.
Airbnb through Olena Gnes: https://www.airbnb.ae/experiences/1930416
Or Olena’s Buy Me a Coffee Page: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatisukraine
Many of you may remember Olena Gnes. She was our online tour guide for the virtual tour of Chernobyl during one of LLNE’s Funtivities. Olena is currently living in a bomb shelter with her three children in Kyiv. She posts daily updates on her YouTube channel, What is Ukraine. If you would like to donate directly to Olena and her family, please consider purchasing a tour through her Airbnb site or purchasing “coffee” through Olena’s Buy Me a Coffee page (1 coffee = a $5.00 donation).
If there are any members who want to donate to Olena, but don’t want to open an Airbnb account, please contact Jessica at email@example.com.
Airbnb users can book stays or tours in Ukraine that they don’t plan to check into as part of an effort to donate directly to people in Ukraine. The campaign allows Ukrainian Airbnb hosts to receive direct support from those looking to help.
Cash for Refugees: https://www.cashforrefugees.org/
Cash for Refugees is a non-profit organization created by refugees to help Ukrainians as they cross the border. They are currently helping Ukrainian refugees in Romania, assisting 220 families a day by distributing $20,000.
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.