In conjunction with the LLNE Outreach to Public Libraries Service Initiative, we are sponsoring a book drive to collect a mini-collection of law books to donate to a Connecticut public library in need.
Donations of books or funds will be collected at the Spring Meeting. New books are preferred, but recently superseded editions withdrawn from your own library’s collections are also welcome. Checks may be made payable to LLNE and specify “Public Libraries Book Drive” in the memo field.
Details and a wish list of titles are available at the Spring Meeting website.
UConn Law Library will be hosting the LLNE/SNELLA joint Spring Meeting on Friday, April 4, 2014. This year’s topic is American Tribal Law & Culture.
For more details, agenda, speakers, and registration information, please go to the meeting website.
We look forward to seeing you!
Social Law Library will be hosting the LLNE annual Fall Meeting on Friday, October 4th, 2013. For more details, agenda, speakers, and registration information, please go to the meeting website.
This year’s topic is the “new normal” in law libraries. It’s something we have all been talking about but what does it really mean for our jobs, our collection and, most importantly, our users? Tracy Thompson from NELLCO will provide a lay of the land followed by a day of presentations and discussion about just what it means to be “normal” in this “new” landscape.
We hope you’ll join us! #llnefall13
Register now for the LLNE Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon
The menu and registration details for the LLNE Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon are now available on the LLNE website.
To register for the luncheon, please RSVP by email to email@example.com no later than Friday, July 5, 2013.
Please also mail a check for $40.00, payable to Law Librarians of New England, to LLNE Treasurer Melanie Cornell.
Looking forward to seeing you all in Seattle!
Welcome to the new LLNE website. We are still in the process of moving content from the old site to this site, but we hope to officially launch this site in early 2013.
In the meantime, please feel free to leave a comment with any thoughts or suggestions you may have regarding the new site.
Harvard Law School will be hosting the LLNE annual Fall Meeting on Friday, December 7th, 2012. For more details, agenda, speakers, and registration information, please go to the meeting website.
The theme this year is “eBooks Revolution.” Academic, firm, and public librarians, as well as law school faculty and staff, will discuss some of the cutting edge issues around the “eBooks Revolution.” Come hear from the people who are making, creating, and advocating for the revolution in academics, law and the public.
We hope you’ll join us!
The Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the following slate of officers for the coming year.
VP/President Elect: Barbara Schneider from the MA Trial Court Law Libraries (one year term)
Secretary: Nicole Dyszlewski, Senior Law Librarian Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library (two year term)
Education Director: Lisa Junghahn, Research Librarian at Harvard Law School (two year term)
Elaine Apostola, Chair
There are still tickets to the Boston Red Sox vs. the Toronto Blue Jays during AALL in Boston!
So, if baseball’s your passion, don’t miss this opportunity to visit Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox and one of the best-known sports venues in baseball – now on the National Register of Historic Places. This is your last chance to snag this hard-to-get ticket to attend a game after the Opening Reception on Saturday, July 21st. Come celebrate Fenway’s 100th anniversary and sit with your colleagues and make it a night to remember.
You can order your tickets and get more information at http://www.aallnet.org/conference/while-there/experience/excursions.html#sox
Update 7/13/12: The tickets are now sold out!
Hello Fellow LLNE Members:
If you will be attending the AALL Annual Meeting in Boston, please join us for the LLNE Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon, Monday, July 23rd, 2012, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm.
Please find the invitation, menu, and registration instructions here: http://www.aallnet.org/chapter/llne/calendar/luncheon2012.html
Looking forward to seeing you in Boston!
The AALL Annual Meeting newspaper, the Hub, and its companion blog, the Hub-bub, are looking for energetic law librarians to join our team in Boston. The paper and blog will be covering all aspects of the meeting including events at the conference, local attractions, general announcements, and your impressions of the meeting. Folks who sign on to the team will be considered official bloggers for the conference and enjoy benefits such as dedicated space with wifi and power outlets in program rooms for blogging about programs and an “AALL Blogger” badge ribbon to facilitate in person interactions with attendees.
Please contact Joan Shear, firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in being an official reporter for the newspaper or Michelle Pearse, email@example.com, if you are interested in joining the blogging adventure. Even if you don’t want to commit to regular reporting or blogging, one-time posts or contribution of content/news generally is greatly appreciated! Copy for the preconference electronic edition of the Hub should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than June 7, and for the first print edition no later than July 9.