Hi LLNE Members,
AALL is now accepting nominations for the Emerging Leader Award. This award recognizes newer members who have made significant contributions to the profession and have demonstrated the potential for leadership and continuing excellence. Self-nominations are accepted and encouraged.
The nominee must:
· be a member in good standing of AALL
· have 10 or fewer years of law library experience
· have made a significant contributions to the Association and/or the profession
· have shown outstanding promise for continuing service and leadership (please provide specific examples of his/her continuing activities)
· not have previously received an Emerging Leader Award
The nomination deadline is January 31st. Letters of recommendation can take some time to gather and holidays are approaching, so we encourage you to begin the process as soon as possible in order to meet the deadline.
More details on the award, including a link to the Nomination Form, can be found here: Emerging Leader Award (https://www.aallnet.org/community/recognition/awards-program/emerging-leader-award/)
By Diane D’Angelo
LLNE was well represented on the list of AALL award winners for 2016 — even our organization won an award!
These awards are just one more reminder of how incredibly talented our members are. Building friendships and collaborating with these folks and many others like them is one of the great benefits of being an active member of LLNE.
Congratulations to the following LLNEers:
1.) Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award: S. Blair Kauffman, Law Librarian and Professor of Law, Yale Law School
2.) Chapter Professional Development Award: LLNE — special thanks to Nicole Dyszlewski, LLNE Secretary and Research/Access Services Librarian at Roger Williams University School of Law Library & Alex Burnett, Associate Law Librarian at the Maine State Law & Legislative Reference Library
3.) Best Public Relations Tool Kit: The staff at Roger Williams University School of Law Library
The January 2016 issue of the AALL E-Newsletter announced the participants for this year’s AALL Leadership Academy.
The LLNE Executive Board is pleased to acknowledge the five LLNE members selected to participate in this year’s academy:
• Claire DeMarco
• Nicole Dyszlewski
• Cate Kellett
• Anna Lawless-Collins
• Anne Rajotte
AALL’s Leadership Academy is an opportunity for newer and aspiring members of the profession to develop and learn from experts and each other essential skills for effective leadership such as communication, collaboration, leadership versus management, and more.
Through a series of assessments, focused conversations, group activities, and networking opportunities, these aspiring newer members will develop these skills and add colleagues from around the nation to their expanding network of professional connections.
Congratulations to Anna, Anne, Cate, Claire, and Nicole! Watch this space and other LLNE communications media for a view into the leadership academy from our participating members.
Posted on behalf of Raquel Ortiz, Assistant Dean for Library and Information Services & Associate Professor of Law, Roger Williams University School of Law, Membership Development Chair of LLNE
Congratulations to our LLNE members who received Awards from AALL!
Law Library Publications Award (Print Division):
Laurel Davis and Lily Olson (Boston College) for The Law in Postcards
AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers Award (Open Division):
Nicole Dyszlewski (Roger Williams) as co-author of Managing Disruptive Patron Behavior in Law Libraries: A Grey Paper Emerging Leader Award
Nicole Dyszlewski (Roger Williams)
Innovations in Technology Award
The staff of the Maine State Law and Legislative Library for their Law and Legislative Digital Library
The full list of 2015 AALL Award Recipients is available in the April 29, 2015 AALL E-Briefing.