Category: AALL Annual

Join us at AALL for CS-SIS roundtables

The Computing Services Special Interest Section is sponsoring three discussion-oriented roundtable sessions this year, each focused on a topic of current interest and led by an expert member who is actively working in the area. Teaching Law Practice Technology Courses

Annual Meeting Preview: Cool Tools Café

One of the highlights of the AALL Annual Meeting, Cool Tools Café, is back for another year. For about ten years, participants have learned about useful existing or emerging technologies through small group demonstrations. This year will be a little

Hadi Amjadi at AALL in Austin: The Last Waltz

By Hadi Amjadi I am very grateful to CS-SIS for providing me with a grant, which covered the registration cost for the AALL conference in Austin. This is my last year as an AALL member, as I have changed jobs and

Judging the Inaugural AALL Innovation Tournament

  Earlier this year, I received a phone call from Beth Adelman, Director at the Charles B. Sears Law Library at the University at Buffalo School of Law. She asked if I had heard about the inaugural Innovation Tournament to

Annual Meeting: Cool Tools!

One of the most exciting parts of the Annual Meeting is the CS-SIS Cool Tools Café.  This year, Cool Tools will be held on Tuesday, July 18th from 2:30-3:30 in ACC Room 9ABC.  Get ready to learn about these cool tools

CS-SIS 2017 Annual Meeting Grant Winners

Each year, CS awards grants to members to attend the AALL Annual Meeting. We do so in two categories: Grant for Students and New Law Librarians and Grant for Experienced Librarians. These grants are a win-win for the SIS and the

What to Watch for at the CALI Conference & the AALL Annual Meeting

One of the privileges of being a CS-SIS member is learning from and networking with our colleagues at conferences. Below are just some of the programs CS-SIS members are presenting at the CALI Conference and the AALL Annual Meeting. Don’t

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Making the in-person connection: An AALL review

by Mari Cheney After every AALL Annual Meeting, I am struck by how much more productive in­-person networking, learning and meeting is compared to the virtual counterparts. An IRL conversation is more lively than an email exchange or even a

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