Category Archives: Regional meetings

Conference Notes from SEAALL 2019 in Hot Springs, VA

by Cassie DuBay Are you feeling conference fatigue from going to the same local conference year, after year? Maybe it’s been awhile since you’ve gotten to attend any conference at all. Or perhaps you’re tasked with planning a conference in … Continue reading

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Adventures on the WestPac Local Arrangements Committee

by Emily Siess Donnellan Shortly after beginning my first librarian job, my new co-worker, Ning Han, told me that I would be on the local arrangements committee for the annual WestPac conference. The conference was going to be in Boise, … Continue reading

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Building Better Libraries with ORALL

by Beau Steenken Last week I attended the 2016 annual meeting of the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries (ORALL) in Dayton, Ohio. ORALL tends to be one of my favorite conferences. On the one hand, its relatively small size … Continue reading

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Conferences Big, Conferences Small, Reflections on SEAALL/SWALL

by Beau Steenken The first law library conference I attended was the 2010 SEAALL Annual Meeting in Colonial Williamsburg. I was a library student at the time and could afford to go to one regional conference as part of my … Continue reading

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Implementing Diversity in All We Do: Reflections on the ORALL Annual Meeting

by Ashley Ahlbrand Last week, the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries (ORALL) held its annual meeting in Fort Wayne, Indiana, graciously hosted by the Indiana Tech Law School. The theme for this year’s conference was “Implementing Diversity in All … Continue reading

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