|2012 Annual Meeting (Boston) - list of below FCIL programs, dates and times here
- Piercing the Veil of Sovereignty: The Sources of International Human Rights Law: Part I
- Piercing the Veil of Sovereignty: The Sources of International Human Rights Law: Part II
- The Diplomat Librarian: Working with LLMs, International Scholars, Students, and Faculty
- Chinese Law - Real Time!
- Debating United States Policy for the International Criminal Court: Will/Should the Next Administration Seek to Ratify the Rome Statute?
- Right to Be Lost: Comparative Law Approaches to Internet Privacy and Personal Data Protection
- Class KIA-KIX: A Revolutionary New Classification Schedule for the 21st Century
|2011 Annual Meeting (Philadelphia)
- Researching and Understanding European Union Law
- Teaching Advocacy in International Commercial Arbitration: Research is Essential
- The Responsibility to Protect: An Emerging Norm in International Humanitarian Law?
- Libricide as a War Crime: From the Lieber Code to Personal Liability
- Challenges Posed by Transnational Litigation: Latin America and the Civil Law Tradition
|2010 Annual Meeting (Denver)
- Destination . . . Treaty! - Treaty Handout
- The Rights of Indigenous Peoples - Electronic Resources Guide and Program Handout (cases, conventions, and more) and Blog
- After Hotel Rwanda and Welcome
to Sarajevo: Preserving Trial Evidence and Documentation in a Multi-Media Age
- A Baobab Grows in Brooklyn:
Training U.S. Law Students To Work in a South African Legal Aid Clinic
- Navigating Your Way to the Classroom: Law Librarians Teaching New Law School Classes
|2009 Annual Meeting (Washington DC)
|2008 Annual Meeting (Portland)
- International Law and the Evolving Knowledge Society
- One War We Are Losing Now: The Law and Politics of Human Trafficking
- Acquiring Content in a Global Marketplace: Exploring Vendor Relations Across Border
|2007 Annual Meeting (New Orleans)
- Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons
- De-coding Civil Codes: Appreciating Napolean's Code and its Legacy
- Rome: The Power of Film to Teach Foundations of Roman and Civil Law
- Globalization Moved My Cheese: Or, How Do I Find International Law? - Wenger's International Law Bibliography
- A Closer Look: Uncovering the Spanish Roots of Louisiana Civil Law
- LC's Classification Web: An Electronic Gateway to Indigenous Government and Law in the Americas
|2006 Annual Meeting (St. Louis)
- Developing Foreign, Comparative and International Law Collections: Sources, Strategies and Techniques
- Confronting Atrocities: Issues and Resources (FCIL-SIS Roundtable) - Atrocities Research
- Do We Have the Numbers? Empirical Research in Law - International Law as a Case Study
- International Law in the Heartland: Implications for Consular Rights of Foreign Nationals
- International Law in the Heartland: Implications for Consular Rights of Foreign Nationals
- Pioneering Global Health Law: Pandemics, Trends, and Research Strategies
- Post-Soviet Law: Sources and Access (FCIL-SIS Forum)
- International Legal Process: The Crime of Terrorism
- Trading Spaces: International Law Library Exchanges and Visits
- Schaffer Grant Recipient Hind Al-Helaly's AALL presentation and bibliography of Egyptian Legal System resources.
|2005 Annual Meeting (San Antonio)
New Vistas and Values for Europe: Strategies for Researching European Law (all-day workshop)
- Treaty-Making--Really, Part II
- Mexican Americans and the Law
- Navigating the Maze of U.S. Treaty Research - Strategies for Finding Treaties, Treaty Actions and Interpretive Materials
- Researching International Marine Environmental Law -Aru's Researching International Marine Law Bibliography
|2004 Annual Meeting (Boston)
Shopping in the Global Marketplace: Information Sources for International Trade (all-day workshop)
- Globalization Moved My Cheese: Or, How Do I Find Foreign Law? - Wenger's Foreign Law Bibliography
- A Current Appraisal of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Legal Research
- The European Union At A Crossroads: Freedoms In A Federated Europe
- Hijab, Jihad, Riba and Hudud: Islamic Law in the 21st Century
- Envision New Possibilities for Research Training and Collections for Foreign-Trained Lawyers and International LLM Students
|2003 Annual Meeting (Seattle)
The Role of the Council of Europe: Envision Constitutional Reform and Human Rights in the Newer Member States
- Networking to the Future: The CISG Database as a Paradigm of Scholarly Web Publishing
- All Aboard: Maritime Law: U.S., Canadian and Global Issues
- Access to American Indian Law Information: Options Today, Envisioning Tomorrow
- Special Event: The Legal and Political System of Indonesia
|2002 Annual Meeting (Orlando)
- Devolution in the United Kingdom: A Revolution in Online Legal Research
with the Worldwide Effort to Combat Crimes Against Humanity: The
Creation of the International Criminal Court
- International Law/International Relations Connection - Internationalizing Law Library Connections
- Government Documents Around the World: Access Policies and Strategies of Disclosure
|2001 Annual Meeting (Minneapolis)
- The New Reality of a United Germany: German Legal Sources and Research Strategies, pt. 1
- The New Reality of a United Germany: German Legal Sources and Research Strategies, pt. 2
- Mastering The Matrix: Teaching with Technology
- Global Citizens: The Immigration Law Research Challenge
- New Realities in Data Protection: The Transatlantic Debate (co-sponsored w/ AALL Government Relations Committee)
- Global Trade: Key WTO Issues and WTO/GATT Research
- New Realities for Developing Global Collections: New Approaches and Cooperative Projects
- Prometheus UNBound: ?Firing Up? United Nations Legal Researchers
- Special Event: BIALL Chair Furlong on the Irish Legal System
|2000 Annual Meeting (Philadelphia)
- Workshop: Gateway to Treaty Research in the Digital Age
- Passeport pour la France, pt. 1
- Passeport pour la France, pt. 2
- Building New Gateways: Research Instruction for Foreign-Trained Lawyers & Law Students
- New Look to an Old Subject: Electronic Resources in English Legal Research
- The Intersection of Public & Private International Law in a Global Economy
- Gateway to China: Searching & Finding in Chinese
- Passeport Intellectuel pour la Louisiane et le Quebec
|1999 Annual Meeting (Washington, D.C.)
- Cuban Legal and Political Systems
- From Russia with Law: Research in the Laws of the Russian Federation and Newly Independent States
- Information Policy at the Crossroads: The Challenge of Globalization
- Keeping Art or Sending it Back
- Official Gazettes: The Ultimate Source for Foreign Statutes
- Our Neighbors to the North & South: the Legal Systems of Canada and Mexico
- The Transatlantic World: The Law from the English Civil War to the Early 18th Century
|1998 Annual Meeting (Anaheim)
- Approaching the New Horizon: Foreign and International Research Instruction in the Law School and Law Firm
A New Horizon for Government Information Resources: using U.S.
Government Publications for International Research
- Fifty Years after Nuremberg and Tokyo: The Future of International and Domestic Prosecutions of War Crimes
- The Guiding Principles of the 21st Century: The 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- The Information Society: European Union Documents in the United States
- Co-sponsored Program: Coke's World: The Law in the Renaissance (Navigating the Law through the Ages Part 2)
|1997 Annual Meeting (Baltimore)
Legal Regimes and their Capture in Classes KZ-JZ: Shifting Boundaries,
Changing Traditional Jurisdiction.*
- The Civil Law Tradition: What It Is, How It Compares to Common Law, and How to Research It.
- Women in International Law: Rape as a War Crime.
- Legal Aspects of Returning Cultural Property to Their Original Owners.
- Supporting Legal Information Needs of Evolving Democracies.
Navigational Skills for Foreign Waters: Foreign and International
Research Instruction on the Law School and Law Firm.
- Co-sponsored PastPrograms:
- International Legal Regimes: New International Institutions for Conflict Regulation. *
- Around the World in Eighty Minutes (OBS SIS). *
Next Wave of International Intellectual Property Law: the WIPO, the
WTO, and the New Berne Protocol (Copyright Committee). *
- Navigating the Law through the Ages: the Roots of the Common Law and Civil Law Traditions (Legal History SIS). *
|1996 Annual Meeting (Indianapolis)
Rights Worldwide: When the Message is Hard to Deliver -- Refugees,
Women, and Sexual Minorities (three part program).*
- Doing Business in Africa. *
- New Developments in French Law.
- Filtering the Net.
- Fashion/Style and the Law.
- Co-sponsored programs:
- The Global Harmonization of Copyrights Laws (Copyright Committee). *
- Solving Foreign and International Requests with Sources in Your Library (Reader Services SIS). *
- Hong Kong 1997 (Asian/American Law Librarians Caucus). *
|1995 Annual Meeting & National Conference on Legal Information Issues (selected programs only) (Pittsburgh)
- Building the Global Law Library.
- International Justice: How Courts Worldwide Disseminate Information.
- Global Lawyers, Global Librarians.
- A Global Information Superhighway?; The Open Road, Speed Bumps, and Dangerous Curves.
Rights Resources and Humanitarian Field Organizations: The Hidden
Resources (cosponsored with Reader Services SIS).