As you may or may not know, Georgia Ypsilantis was recovering from a serious injury over the spring when she received a floral arrangement from all of us at ABLL. She wanted to extend her sincere thanks to everyone and figured the best way to do that was to send her thoughts along to me in a note and I would relay them to you. I’m sure she would love to do it in person, … Read more
Please join us for the ABLL Spring Educational Meeting on March 29th from Noon to 2:00 p.m. at Suffolk University Law School for a program entitled The Present Day Evolution of Law Librarianship. Please see the invitation for details. RSVP to Carolyn Trask by March 27th.
Please plan to join your ABLL colleagues and friends at the February ABLL Luncheon to be held on February 29, 2012 from Noon to 2:00. Our speaker will be Goodwin Procter LLP’s Litigation Knowledge Manager David Hobbie. David is a proponent of using web technologies to enhance information sharing and discovery inside and outside the legal enterprise. He will speak to us about the future of enterprise information discovery; offering insight into what tools and approaches leading information management … Read more
The ABLL Advocate will be phased out of existence after the Summer/Fall 2011 issue is distributed and will be replaced by the QuickPress publishing area of the ABLL website. Stay tuned for more information
I have some exciting news from the technology committee: 1) The ABLL website has a new members-only section: ABLL Resumes. Viewing and posting is only available to members who are logged into the website. Instructions for posting resumes can be found on the web page. 2) ABLL now has a group on LinkedIn! Please go to this link to send a request to join the group: ABLL LinkedIn Group. -Jen Meger
April 4, 2011 We’re pleased to announce our next two speakers: Bette Siegel, Documents Librarian at the State Library and Brian Harkins, Reference Supervisor at the Social Law Library. Bette and Brian will discuss Massachusetts legislative histories and administrative research. Come hear what hidden resources, search tips, and research nuggets these experienced researchers have to offer! Please RSVP by March 29 to Stephanie Gardner (617-951-8106) April Meeting Invitation
What Can the Law Libraries do for you? Join us for a BROWN BAG LUNCH on Thursday, December 16th, 2010 State Library of Massachusetts Room 442 State House 12 noon until 1:30 PM Bring your lunch and hear Marnie Warner, Law Library Coordinator for the Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries, speak about the seventeen public law libraries, their services and website. The committed TCLL staff provide legal reference services and research to the public and … Read more