"My focus was to attend several programs in various categories such as: Technology; Leadership; and, specific areas of legal practice. Once my schedule was organized, I filled my spare time with visits to the Exhibit Hall, networking and attending programs outside of my checklist. I planned well and, in the end, was able to capture a wide variety of topics and events. I also had the opportunity to have lunch with our firm’s library director from New York. We had a great visit discussing AALL as well as some firm-related matters."
- Deidra Golden Mulligan, Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP
The following programs and events have been identified as being of particular value to law librarians working in private/law firm settings.
Making Sense of the Numbers: Understanding Vendor Statistics
Intellectual Property Basics: Resources to Support an IP Practice
Surrounded by Geniuses: Knowledge Management Learning from Other Industries
State Constitutions: Current, Historical, and How They Change
Off the Page and Beyond the Book: New Models for Buying and Selling Legal Information
PAC-Rim Legal Values: A Primer on Top Legal Resources from Non-English Speaking Jurisdictions
Implement/Access an E-Book Collection in a Law Library
Anatomy of a Civil Lawsuit: Documents From Start to Finish in Dockets
Top Trends Reshaping the Legal Industry: How Can Law Librarians Make an Impact?
The Ins, Outs, and Abouts of SharePoint