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Law Librarian Conversations at AALL15

In Check This Out on July 10, 2015 at 5:49 pm

We’re taking the Law Librarian Conversations show on the road – to the American Association of Law Libraries (#AALL15) conference in Philadelphia on July 18-21st!

Three shows are scheduled during AALL as a wrap-up of the daily conference programs, events, speakers and guests – join us live (find us in PCC-Room 203B) or listen in. The first LawLibCon show is Sunday, July 19th at 5PM Eastern. Monday’s LawLibCon show starts at 5PM Eastern and we’ll finish AALL with show 3 on Wednesday, July 21st at 5PM Eastern.

Law Librarian Conversations


“PLL” What’s In a Name? ‘Librarian,’ That’s What!

In News & Notes on October 21, 2013 at 6:39 pm

This Wednesday, October 23, at Noon, Central Time, the Law Librarian Conversations radio show with Richard Leiter and co-host Marcia Dority Baker will host the PLL-SIS Executive Board in a conversation about the “new normal” in private firm libraries.

Please join us in a conversation about the proposed name change for PL-SIS and all the interesting corollaries that the question naturally raises: changing roles of law librarians in law firms (and elsewhere?), how do these changes effect what we teach our law students? For us as professionals, is the word “library” associating us with an old-fashioned body of materials and place that no longer describes our diverse roles in our institutions?

Law Librarian Conversations
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