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AALL Meeting – Must See Presentation!

Need A Short But Informative Program to Wind Down The AALL Conference? Consider “Casting A Wider Net.” This program will explore online catalog applications beyond traditional library uses. Tuesday, July 17, 2:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m., EMCC- Room 224 by … Continue reading

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Trial Court LoisLaw Remote Access Ending

The Massachusetts Trial Court Libraries announced that, as of July 1st, they can no longer offer remote access to LoisLaw to trial court members. Wolters Kluwer has declined to renew the remote access agreement. There is a brief survey up … Continue reading

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AALL Annual Meeting – Featuring the Local Talent

LLNE’s very own Dave Turkalo will be presenting this year at the AALL Annual Meeting, along with colleagues Sarah Boling and Sabrina Holley-Williams. Their presentation is titled, “Casting a Wider Net: The Challenges and Rewards of Making Your Online Catalog … Continue reading

Posted in AALL | Leave a comment’s Web 2.0 Winners have been announced. See the chart of winners at There are a lot of great tools I use listed, like furl, and I see lots of neat things I want to try out. If you … Continue reading

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LLNE Member Bibliography – Call for Submissions

Have you delivered a noteworthy presentation or had your work published in a journal, law review, book or book chapter in the past ten years? If so, the LLNE Public Relations Committee wants to hear from you. In an effort … Continue reading

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Web 2.0: Insights and Implications for Law Libraries

What’s all the buzz about? What exactly is Web 2.0 and what could it mean for you? NELLCO is pleased to sponsor a one-day workshop presented by Greg Tananbaum, Scholarly Communication Guru. The workshop will be held on Tues. June … Continue reading

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Harvard Law School Library has a new blog

The Harvard Law School Library has launched a new blog called Et Seq.

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Multi-talented Law Librarians

John Pedini, librarian at Social Law, was kind enough to share with several of us his band’s latest CD. The band is the Incontinentals and the CD is Ships That Pass Out in the Night. To sample one of the … Continue reading

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Registration information for the joint LLNE/SNELLA Luncheon, to be held on Monday, July 16, 2007 at AALL in New Orleans, is now available at The cost is $25 per person, thanks to the generous sponsorship of Thomson Global Products. … Continue reading

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ICJ launches new site

The International Court of Justice launched a new website. The press announcement discussses its new content and features

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