BRIDGE THE GAP IS COMING!
Bridge the Gap is a FREE legal research program for Summer Associates.
You will learn:
◾Legal Research Skills & Basic Sources
◾Using Google for Legal Research
◾Survival Tips (Assignment Clarification, Workload Management, Client Expectations)
Bridge the Gap is Saturday, March 29, 2014. Please visit our information page to learn more and to register!
NJLLA traces its origins to 1980 when a small number of Newark and Trenton law librarians started the New Jersey Law Librarians Group. This led to the formal organization of the New Jersey Law Librarians Association. The transition was voted in at a meeting held September 17, 1986, in Roseland, New Jersey. NJLLA was recognized as the twenty-seventh chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries on July 6, 1987, at AALL’s 80th annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
The main focus of NJLLA is to provide an opportunity for networking, exchange of ideas and information, continuing education and professional interaction among colleagues.These objectives are encouraged through regular program meetings, workshops and brown bag lunches held at various locations throughout the state.