Break-out Session

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By , November 3, 2011 2:19 pm

Following the illustrious keynote came the AALL Futures Summit Questions. Dividing us by group, private, academic, and State/County/Court, we tackled super special questions that will forever guide us into the unknown.

For Private Law Librarians:

1) What do private law librarians need to remain essential to their organization?
2) How could the association better organize to support private law librarians?
3) How can law librarians play a proactive role in the modern evolution of law firm practice?
4) How can law librarians in different types of libraries help each other adapt to changes in the profession?

Interested in knowing the answers? Check-out our notes and allow the elucidations fill you up.

AALL Futures Summit: Keynote notes

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By , November 3, 2011 12:44 pm

Robyn Hagle’s notes are available for your viewing pleasure. Andrew Hines offered a ton of viewpoints, explanations, and thoughts.  We look forward to your comments.

AALL Future of Law Librarians Summit: Keynote

By , November 3, 2011 12:05 pm

by Philippe Cloutier

The Futures Summit has commenced, check out the tweets via #AALLFS.

AALL President Darcy Kirk opened up the Summit in Oak Brook, IL and quickly detailed our goal for the next 24 hours: develop a plan for the future of law librarians. Keynote speaker Andrew Hines is currently on the stage deconstructing values, work product, social expectations, organizational shifts, and consumer preferences. While the details seem pedantic they are absolutely necessary in breaking down and understanding our associations, librarians, patrons, students, attorneys, etc. Continue reading 'AALL Future of Law Librarians Summit: Keynote'»

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