Tag Archives: Conferences

CALIcon 2015

by Janelle Beitz I recently returned from the 25th Annual Conference for Law School Computing, held this year at the University of Denver’s Sturm College of Law. The theme this year was “SuperCaliFlippalisticExperientiallyDisruptalicious,” and, as usual, there were many intriguing sessions … Continue reading

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WGDLLE: The Hardest-Working Working Group You’ve (Maybe) Never Heard Of  

A couple of weeks ago, William Mitchell College of Law hosted the Working Group for Distance Learning in Legal Education (or WGDLLE, as we are currently and affectionately calling it) for its fall meeting. This is what the weather was … Continue reading

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A Survival Guide for Library Conferences

Library conferences – they leave librarians refreshed, renewed, energized, inspired, and tired (very tired).  I attended SEAALL’s conference in Knoxville last week, and I had one of my best conferences ever!  The group of librarians and the conference were great. Reflecting … Continue reading

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Tips for Law Librarians who Sometimes have to do Foreign Law Research

January 31st marks the end of my first month as a Foreign & International Law Librarian and as a reference librarian at a university rather than a stand-alone law school. I have already met the Foreign & International Law faculty … Continue reading

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