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Holiday Inn Concord Downtown 172 North Main Street, Concord, NH 03301 (603) 224-9534 Coming to the LLNE Spring 2015 conference, but you’re not sure how you’re going to get there? There are actually a few different ways to get to Concord, … Continue reading
Don’t forget that you can attend the LLNE Spring Meeting on April 24th in Concord, NH to discuss mindfulness in law librarianship and the legal profession. You can find more information here. Please join us!
Kyle Courtney, one of LLNE’s own, was named a Library Journal Mover & Shaker! Read the full announcement here.
The LLNE Scholarship Committee is inviting applications for the following awards: LLNE Spring Meeting scholarships are available to support members’ attendance at the fascinating meeting planned for April 24, 2015. Scholarship forms must be submitted by April 10, 2015. LLNE … Continue reading
By Anne McDonald and Emilie Benoit, Co-Chairs, LLNE Government Relations Committee H 5415, An Act Relating to State Affairs and Government – Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act, was introduced in the Rhode Island General Assembly House of Representatives on February … Continue reading
By Laurel Davis, Boston College Law Library Archives Committee Co-Chair Writing this post is making me want to buy a Huey Lewis & the News album or watch Back to the Future, but I’ll try to finish writing before allowing … Continue reading
by Brian Flaherty In my inaugural “Theory into practice” column, I talked about taking some of the great things I took away from the AALL conference in San Antonio, and putting them into practice in my Advanced Legal Research class … Continue reading
H/T The Criv Blog. The Congressional Research Service has a volume publicly available in Scribd called “The Evolving Congress,” celebrating 100 years of the CRS. Sections include The Members of Congress, The Institutional Congress, and Policymaking Case Studies. Take a … Continue reading
Important information from Barbara Schneider of the Mass. Trial Court Law Libraries: “On November 19, 2014 the Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries’ website was moved and consolidated with the judiciary website. The new internet address is http://www.mass.gov/lawlib . Access is also available … Continue reading