Category Archives: Education

AALL Scholarships

Every year AALL awards thousands of dollars in scholarships to law school and library school students and AALL members.  The following scholarships are awarded annually: •Library School Scholarships (for those with and without JDs) •Law School Scholarships (for those with … Continue reading

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November Meeting: Business Resources at the Rutgers Dana Library

Ka-Neng Au and Roberta (Bobbie) Tipton, two business librarians with extensive experience at the John Cotton Dana Library of Rutgers University Libraries, will provide us with the latest details about current business databases and how to find the difficult information … Continue reading

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Practice Tip: Federal Docket Searching

A regular feature of life for law librarians is docket searching. We all know the woes of using New Jersey’s state court public case access. While we have left behind the buzzing and beeping of our modems from the old … Continue reading

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November Meeting: Legal Education Looking Forward

At our November meeting, Caroline Hatton, a student at Seton Hall Law School and the Symposium Editor of Seton Hall Law Review, will give a review of speeches made at a recent symposium she organized on the future of legal … Continue reading

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Subject Experts Need Not Apply?

Although not a discussion of subject expertise for academic law librarians, Todd Gilman’s article in this week’s Chronicle of Higher Education, Recent job postings and hires suggest that many academic libraries are losing interest in hiring humanities Ph.D.’s, still raises … Continue reading

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Organization Course Offered by HSLANJ

From a recent email sent to the NJLLA mailing list: Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey (HSLANJ) Meeting It’s About Time, It’s About Space: Time and File Management. The intended audience for this program is anyone would like to … Continue reading

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November Luncheon Presentation Now Available

Kevin Reiss has made available his November 12, 2007 presentation, titled: A Web 2.0 Crash Course. Kevin is the Systems Librarian from the Mina Rees Library at the CUNY Graduate Center. Clcik here for the full presentation. Visit NJLLA’s web … Continue reading

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New Jersey Law Librarians Association November Luncheon

What do Web 2.0, Library 2.0 and their cousin, the social web, mean for law librarians? The 2.0 umbrella includes social networking tools such as facebook, new approaches to library catalogs and resource discovery like aquabrowser, social tagging tools like … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday SCILS

Message From Renee Cullmann, President of NJLLA: Hello NJLLA members: [] [Linked below] is an invitation for Rutgers School of Communication, Inofrmation and Library Studies (SCILS) 25th Anniversary celebration on 10/12/07 at the Heldrich Hotel in New Brunswick. The Board … Continue reading

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29 Days and Counting….

Annual Meeting Home 100th AALL Annual Meeting & ConferenceJuly 14 – 17, 2007, New Orleans, LA Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (Hall A) Official AALL Blog – the aall second line blog Visit NJLLA’s web site at http://www.njlla.org.

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