By Mike VanderHeijden
For those of you interested in Access to Justice, SNELLA’s Spring Meeting is focused on A2J issues in Connecticut. Please see details, below.
The Southern New England Law Libraries Association (SNELLA) will host our Spring Meeting at UCONN Law’s campus on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. The day promises to be an great day of practical information about legal services to the public in Connecticut. If you aren’t a member and are interested in joining or you have any questions you talk to me or you can fill out the form here.
A2J: Law Libraries and Service to the Public
Tuesday, May 8, 2018 | 9:30-2:30
UConn Law School, Starr Reading Room, 55 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT 06105
Register here by May 1, 2018
$25 for Members | $30 for Non-Members
9:30-10:15: Registration, Continental Breakfast, & Welcoming Remarks
10:15-11:15: A2J in the Courts: Connecticut Court Service Centers. Presenters, Desiree Biggs, manager Court Service Center in Hartford & Alexandra Gillett, Program Manager for the Court Service Center Program.
11:30-12:30: A2J Education: Law libraries and public librarians. Presenters, Anne Rajotte, Head of Reference Services, University of Connecticut School of Law & Christopher Roy, Law Librarian II, Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Library at New Britain.
1:30-2:30: A2J in Public Libraries: Redefining Access to Legal Assistance for Immigrants. Presenters from The American Place Adult Education & Immigration Services at the Hartford Public Library
2:30: Closing remarks and tour
For directions and maps, see https://www.law.uconn.edu/about/maps-directions. Please park in Lot B.