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I don’t know about you but between AALL events and working on the paper I’ve been almost too busy to blog! There’s been great coverage and comments about AALL 2011 so far on Twitter. Just follow the #AALL11 hastag.
As a Delaware law librarian I know how often you have questions about Delaware corporation law. Why not attend AALL 2011 program A1: Delaware: The First State for Corporation Law? Speakers Justice Randy J. Holland, Delaware Supreme Court; Paul L. … Continue reading
Calling All Animal Lovers: Animal Law Caucus Presents “The Development of Human Attitudes to Animals”
All AALL members and friends are invited to hear a presentation on an important foundation in the growth of Animal Law at Noon on Sunday, July 24, in the Philadelphia Marriott Room 407/408. Whether your interest in animals lies in … Continue reading
The AALL blog has a great short article by Bob Berring with Bob’s 5 rules for surviving the AALL annual meeting. Bob’s rule #2, “Go to at least one program that has nothing to do with you, your job or … Continue reading
CS-SIS features high-tech and more at this year’s annual meeting (we promise we won’t make you sing)
Looking to learn about the latest emerging law library technologies at this year’s Annual Meeting? Be sure to check out the many programs, workshops, and events from the Computing Services Special Interest Section. This year’s topics include: Collaboration tools Social … Continue reading