Programs of Value to Court/Government Law Librarians


"As a solo librarian - I am a law librarian in a busy courthouse law library in Connecticut - I must echo the words of AALL’s president, Joyce Manna Janto: "The best part of the Annual Meeting…was the energy generated by having so many law librarians under one roof." The opportunity to talk with other law librarians from all over the country convinced me that, regardless of library type, we all share a common commitment to providing our library patrons the best possible access to the law. The face-to-face contact - the human connection - was truly my favorite part of the conference. However, the concrete information that I took away from attending the conference programs was quite significant."

- Roseann Canny, Law Library at Rockville

The following programs and events have been identified as being of particular value to law librarians working in court and government settings.

AALL Public Policy Update

Are You "Licensed" to Vote? Emerging Voter ID Laws and the Right to Vote

Advocacy for Everyone: Get That Funding, Get That Program Rolling, and Get That Bill Passed

The Once and Future Federal Depository Library Program

Spotlight on ADA Accessibility

AALL Hackathon: Building the Information Future

Diversity in the Workplace

Demonstrative Evidence, Courtroom Technology, and Trial Practice

Access to Justice: Crossing Borders Together, a Report of the Special Committee

Coping Strategies for Library Service Providers

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Celebrating Its 50th Anniversary

Gov Docs Basics - Where There Is No Such Thing as a Stupid Question

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