You can read the current issue here and check out previous issues here. In this issue you’ll find information about accessing government information, the Spring LLNE/ABLL meeting, member updates, and all your favorite features like Dear Miss Nomer and What Are You Reading.
Thanks to everyone who contributed!
The new LLNE news is launched! You can find it our website here. Check out the most recent issue for member news, information about the upcoming conference in Philly, a review of the most recent LLNE meeting, and regular columns like Miss Nomer.
We are pleased to welcome Tiffany Camp of the University of Connecticut School of Law Library as the new co-editor for LLNE News, along with Kyle Courtney. Tiffany is in the Access Services department and has worked at the UConn Law Library since 2012. She has also worked at the Hartford Public Library as a branch manager. She graduated from the University of Virginia and received her law degree from UConn Law. Tiffany is also a member of AALL’s Black Caucus (including its Community Service Committee) and is the Scholarship Chair of SNELLA. She has already had a good start in her communications role for LLNE as she took fabulous pictures at the recent LLNE Spring meeting hosted by UConn Law!
You may reach Tiffany at email@example.com or 860-570-5113. Drop by and say hello if you see her at the Fall meeting at the Boston College Law Library and definitely let her know if you have anything that you would like to include in a future issue of LLNE News.
Photo credit: University of Connecticut School of Law, used with permission
The new LLNE News is here!
We have some great articles to offer this issue. Our guest columnist this issue is former Philadelphia resident Lisa Junghahn. She has a list of great sights, experiences, and food in the City of Brotherly Love for our AALL meeting. She has also designed a Google maps link for us to find those great places. (Here’s the link – read the article too!)
We are also introducing a new column from the public law library perspective. The Head of the Trial Court Libraries of Massachusetts, Marnie Warner, has written great piece on law libraries and access to justice. And our own Stephen Salhany gives us his insight into the victory of the Boston Bruins from a research perspective, of course.
Also, read about all our LLNE’ers programs at AALL – come out and support their poster sessions, presentations, and round tables!
This issue of the newsletter also continues our regular favorites such as Access Points, Thinking About Technology, and a continuation of the series “Agents for the Books.”
Have a Great Summer and see you in Philadelphia!
The new LLNE News is here!
We have some great articles to offer this issue. Our newest member of the LLNE News is Meg Kribble. She has great new series for our newsletter called “Thinking about Technology.” We also have a special memorial article about the late Prof. Morris Cohen, one of the nation’s most influential law librarians.
This issue of the newsletter also continues our regular favorites such as Miss. Nomer, Access Points, This Issue in History and a continuation of the series “Agents for the Books” – now in glorious Technicolor!
Also, make sure to look out for the LLNE StoryCorps at this upcoming LLNE meeting at Yale Law School Library. The LLNE Story Corp will be recording your answers to questions like “What’s your favorite memory of an LLNE event?” and “What does LLNE do for you?”
See you at the Spring Meeting!
The LLNE Service Committee is pleased to announce two upcoming volunteer opportunities with Community Servings, an organization that prepares, packages and delivers meals to individuals homebound with acute life-threatening illnesses and unable to shop or cook for themselves. The events, both associated with the organization’s annual Pie in the Sky fundraiser, will take place Saturday, November 10th and Saturday, November 17th. For additional details, please contact Jennifer Kessler, LLNE Service Committee Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 305-6708.
Pie Box Labeling and Distribution to Restaurants
Saturday, November 10th
9:00am – 2:00pm
Greater Boston Food Bank
Help make and label 13,000 pie boxes at the Greater Boston Food Bank. After labeling, we’ll deliver bundles of pie boxes to the restaurants that will fill them.
Saturday, November 17th
Time and Location TBA
Additional details will be provided once confirmed. Last year a large group convened at Hynes Convention Center to help bake extra pies needed to meet the impressive demand. Depending on this year’s numbers, shifts will be planned for either the morning or afternoon of November 17th. Please let Jennifer know if you are interested and when you might be available to assist that day.
Your LLNE Newsletter Committee has put together an election gazetteer. Check it out to meet your future LLNE officers, to learn more about Second Life, and for some hints on programs not to miss in New Orleans.