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97th AALL Annual Meeting and Conference BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS JULY 10–14, 2004 AALL Thanks LexisNexis ™ for its Sponsorship of the 2004 Opening Event American Association of Law Libraries Maximizing the Power of the Law Library Community Since 1906 53 W. Jackson Blvd. • Suite 940 • Chicago, IL 60604 Tel: 312.939.4764 • Fax: 312.431.1097 • E-mail: email@example.com • http://www.aallnet.org wards cknowledgements 97th AALL Annual Meeting and Conference BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS JULY 10–14, 2004 American Association of Law Libraries Maximizing the Power of the Law Library Community Since 1906 the nnual Awards Program Joseph L.Andrews The AALL Awards Program was established as a way B i b l i o g r a p h i c a l Aw a r d to publicly recognize the achievements of law librarians Established in 1967 in honor of Joseph L. Andrews, Reference based on service to the profession and contributions Librarian at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, this to legal literature and materials. The major awards award is given for a significant contribution to legal bibliographical are presented each year at the Annual Meeting. literature, measured primarily by its creative and evaluative elements and the extent to which judgment was a factor in its formulation. 2003-2004 Awards Committee 2004 Recipient Joanne P. Dugan, Chair Mary D. Hood Loretta Price Karen S. Beck Carmela Kinslow Acquisitions Librarian and Associate Professor, University of Kathy Carlson, Board Liaison Betty Roeske Tennessee, Joel A. Katz Law Library, Knoxville, Tennessee Marjorie Crawford Michael Saint-Onge An Explosive Quarter-Century: A Guide to Monographic Deborah S. Dennison Sally H. Wambold Works on Women’s Legal and Political Rights Charles R. Dyer Susan Drisko Zago Mark E. Estes THE AALL/LEXISNEXIS™ CALL FOR PAPERS AWARDS PROGRAM the The Call for Papers program was established to promote scholarship, Marian provide an outlet for creativity, and to draw attention to newer Gould Gallagher members of the Association. Papers may be submitted on any subject D i s t i n g u i s h e d S e r v i c e Aw a r d relevant to law librarianship and are judged in three categories: the Open Division for papers submitted by current AALL members, the The Distinguished Service Award was established in 1984 to New Member Division for papers submitted by AALL members of recognize extended and sustained service to law librarianship, less than five years, and the Student Division for members and non- for exemplary service to the Association, or for contributions to the members who are currently enrolled in library or law school. This professional literature. The award was renamed the Marian Gould award includes a cash prize of $750 donated by LexisNexis™ . Gallagher Distinguished Service Award in 1990. Nominees are those who are or at one time have been a member of AALL and 2004 Recipients who are near to or at the end of their careers. The award may be New Member Division Student Division given posthumously. Roy Balleste Katherine Coolidge Associate Law Library Director Law Librarian, Bulkley, 2004 Recipients Nova Southeastern University Richardson & Gelinas Shirley Hart David Thomas H. Reynolds Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Springfield, Massachusetts Director, Sacramento County Associate Law Librarian Emeritus Law Libraries 2.0: AI-Based Agents, Baseless Hysteria: The Controversy Public Law Library University of California School of Predictions, Decisions and Design between the U.S. Department of Sacramento, California Law Library, Boalt Hall Justice and the American Library Berkeley, California Open Division Association Regarding the USA Mary Rumsey PATRIOT Act – September 2003 AALL SPECTRUM ARTICLE OF THE YEAR AWARD Foreign, Comparative, Paul Hellyer & International Law Librarian Student Member The AALL Spectrum Article of the Year Award is given to honor and Los Angeles, California outstanding achievement in writing an article that contributes to topics relating to librarianship, law librarianship, and practical appli- April Schwartz Assessing the Influence of cations for library work, or to an understanding of legal materials, Business Law Librarian Computer-Assisted Legal legal systems, legal information, or to professional and staff training Research: A Study of California University of Minnesota Law and development. The winner is selected on the basis of quality of Supreme Court Opinions Library, Minneapolis, Minnesota writing and effectiveness of the communication technique. The award Paper vs. Electronic Sources for includes a cash prize of $500 donated by CCH INCORPORATED. Law Review Cite-Checking: Should 2004 Recipient Paper Be the Gold Standard? Jean M. Holcomb Law Librarian and Director, King County Law Library AALL Thanks its Seattle, Washington Gold Sponsorship Donor The Annual Report: An Overlooked Opportunity to Tell the AALL recognizes major support from BNA, Inc., Library’s Story, AALL Spectrum, June 2003, pg. 10 including funding the Annual Meeting Plenary Session II, sponsor- ing the PLL-SIS Luncheon, the ALL-SIS Reception and CONALL program, and providing the Conference Registration Bags. 1 American Association of Law Libraries 97th Annual Meeting and Conference BEST NEW PRODUCT AWARD LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL ARTICLE OF THE YEAR AWARD This award honors new legal information products that enhance or improve existing law library services or procedures or innovative Established in 1989, this award honors outstanding achievement products that improve access to legal information or the legal in research and writing as represented by published work in Law research process. A “new” product is one which has been in the Library Journal. This award includes a cash prize of $500 donated library-related marketplace for two years or less. by CCH INCORPORATED. 2004 Recipients 2004 Recipients Jenkins Law Library Georgia Briscoe Cheryl Rae Nyberg Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Associate Director and Head of Reference Librarian, Technical Services, University of University of Washington American Lawyer Media – PA Colorado Law Library Philadelphia, Pennsylvania The Catalog vs. the Home Page? Karen Selden Best Practices in Connecting For collaboration in creating www.palawlibrary.com Catalog Librarian, University of to Online Resources, 95 Law Colorado Law Library Libr. J. 151 (2003) CHAPTER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARDS LAW LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS AWARD The Chapter Professional Development Awards are given to chapters that design outstanding professional development programs. This award honors achievement in creating in-house user-oriented library materials that are outstanding in quality and significance. One-Time Chapter Professional Development Award “Creating” in-house works may include, but is not limited to, writ- Given to a chapter for a single quality program or workshop ing, compiling, or editing print or non-print materials. Procedure of one-half day or more. manuals and staff oriented materials are within the scope of the award. Entries are judged on quality, creativity, and usefulness, 2004 Recipient rather than on the magnitude of the project. Law Librarians Society of Washington, D.C., Inc. 2004 Recipients 2003 Legal Research Institute Print Division Nonprint Division EXCELLENCE IN MARKETING AWARDS George Washington University of Denver School University School of Law, of Law, Westminster Law Library Established by the Public Relations Committee, this award seeks to Jacob Burns Law Library inspire, educate, and encourage promotional activities. This award Case Finding Using Reports honors outstanding achievement in public relations activities by an The French Connection and Digests individual, group of individuals, a library, a Chapter, an SIS, a Consortia, a Caucus, or any other group affiliated with the Association. MINORITY LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AWARD Categories: Best Brochure, Best Campaign, Best Newsletter, Best The Minority Leadership Development Award was created in 2001 Public Relations Tool Kit, and Best Use of Technology. Each award to nurture leaders for the future and to introduce minority law includes a cash prize of $250 donated by West. librarians to leadership opportunities within the Association. 2004 Recipients Recipients are chosen based on how well their professional inter- ests, goals, and education demonstrate leadership potential in the Best Brochure Best Public Relations Toolkit Association and the profession. Greenebaum Doll & McDonald Sacramento County (CA) 2004 Recipient Lexington, Kentucky Public Law Library June S. Kim Greenebaum Library and Sacramento, California Reference Librarian, UCLA School of Law, Hugh & Hazel Darling Research Service Brochure Sacramento County Public Law Law Library, Los Angeles, California Library 2003 PR Toolkit Best Campaign AALL PUBLIC ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT Best Use of Technology INFORMATION AWARD Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin, Inc. Carroll Burdick & A principal tenet of the American Association of Law Libraries is Milwaukee, Wisconsin McDonough Library the right of equal access to information for all to ensure an LLAW Publication Project San Francisco, California informed citizenry and to promote a just and democratic society. Client Development Established in 1998, the Public Access to Government Information Best Newsletter Request Form Award is given to recognize persons or organizations that have Dorsey & Whitney LLP made significant contributions to protect and promote greater Minneapolis, Minnesota public access to government information. Iraq Practice Daily Newsletter 2004 Recipients Senator Conrad Burns Michael O. Leavitt, Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency Senator Joseph I. Lieberman For their contribution to the formation of www.regulations.gov. Boston to Mumbai: the World of Legal Information 2 cholarship Awards A A L L & We s t George A. Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment 2003-2004 Scholarship Committee Leonette Williams, Chair Carol A. Grant The George A. Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment is awarded to Pauline Afuso Marian F. Parker college graduates with law library experience who are members of a J. William Draper Alvin Podboy, Jr., Board Liaison minority group and are degree candidates in accredited library or Carla Evans Susan M. Ryan law schools. Established in 2001 by AALL and with a $150,000 Jessica Wimer contribution from West, the minority scholarship is awarded annually to minority students that best embody the career goals of the law librarian profession. George A. Strait (1914-1989) was an outstanding LexisNexis™ law librarian and longtime AALL member. He held several titles at John R. Johnson the Harvard Law School Library (1956-1976). After leaving Harvard, Memorial Scholarship he was Director of the Law Library and Professor of Law at the University of Iowa College of Law. In recognition of his career Established in 1994 with a $100,000 contribution from achievements, George Strait was awarded the Marian Gould LexisNexis™, this first AALL endowed scholarship honors the Gallagher Distinguished Service Award in 1989. In 1990 the AALL memory of John R. Johnson. Mr. Johnson, who died in January Executive Board made the minority stipend a permanent part of the 1994, was director of the Law Librarian segment of LexisNexis™ Association’s scholarship program and named it in his honor. and a longtime law library supporter. He believed that librarians are “the only ones who know how real users use real information.” 2004 Recipients Optimistic about the role of librarians in the future, Mr. Johnson believed that law librarians would assume even greater responsi- Kelly Anders Helane Davis Donna Joseph bility in the expanding electronic-networked environment. Sacramento, Seattle, Washington New York, New York California 2004 Recipients See page 4 for a list of Individual Contributors to the AALL & West/George A. Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment. Law Librarians in Continuing Library Degree for Law Education Courses School Graduates SCHOLARSHIPS FUNDED BY AALL Marianne Alcorn Alana Carson Tempe, Arizona Portland, Oregon 2004 Recipients Library Degree for Non-Law Teresa L. Kline Elkhart, Indiana Library Degree for Law Individual Contributors School Graduates School Graduates Cindie Leigh to the Scholarship Fund Stephanie Gardner Hempstead, New York Maria Templo Boston, Massachusetts Sue Burch Lansing, Michigan Virginia McVarish Kathleen Carlson Rhodora Bulay James E. Duggan Cambridge, Massachusetts Library Degree for Non-Law Glendale, California Amy Eaton School Graduates Diane Murley LexisNexis™ Michelle Martin-Larsen Eileen Searls James F. Connolly Racine, Wisconsin Academic & Library Solutions Scholarship Jill Milhorat New Rochelle, New York This scholarship is awarded to a law librarian who is interested in pursuing a law degree and preference is given to a librarian who has demonstrated an interest in government publications. pecial Interest Section Awards 2004 Recipient THE FREDERICK CHARLES HICKS AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO Law Degree for Library School Graduate ACADEMIC LAW LIBRARIANSHIP Melanie Nelson Established by the Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section Tulsa, Oklahoma (ALL-SIS), this award recognizes distinguished, sustained service to academic law librarianship. The award is named in honor of the first great American law librarian/scholar and first academic law AALL Thanks its Silver Sponsorship Donor librarian to serve as President of AALL. CCH INCORPORATED publishes and mails the 2004 Recipient annual AALL Directory & Handbook to all members. Timothy L. Coggins Director & Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of Law Library Richmond, Virginia 3 American Association of Law Libraries 97th Annual Meeting and Conference Special Interest Section Awards continued at the bottom of page 4 Individual Contributors to the George A. Strait Minority Scholarship: An Endowment Established by AALL & West DONOR AZALL Kathleen Carlson CONTRIBUTOR Rhonda Lawrence Barbara Bonge ($1000 or more) GD-SIS Kathleen Carrick ($51—$100) Margaret Leary Emily Carr GPLLA Nancy Carol Carter Paula Lichtenberg Marjorie Crawford Carol Avery Nicholson Howard University Joanne Claussen Pauline Afuso Julie Lim Shelley Dowling Barbara Bintliff LLNE Timothy Coggins Marlene Alderman Janice Litten Susan Drisko Zago Robert Carlton MAALL Patricia Cummings Susan Alford Judith Manion Amy Eaton Richard Danner Mercer University Elmo Dattalo Jean Allen David Mao Sara Galligan Ruth Hill NJLLA Francis Doyle Patricia Barbone Daniel Martin Francis Gates Mary Hotchkiss SCCLL-SIS Frank Drake Donna Bausch Sandra Marz Susan Goldner Frank Houdek WESTPAC Claire Germain A. Michael Beaird Scott Matheson Judythe Greitzer Deborah Jefferies WPLLA James Hambleton Jennifer Berman Patrick Meyer Juliana Hayden Catherine Lemann Paul Healey Marie-Louise Bernal Jeff Miller Jean Holcomb Bonnie Strait-Carlton PATRON Mary Hood John Bissett Michael Miller Robert Hu Victoria Trotta ($251—$500) Virginia Irving Phanelson Braxton Eugenia Minor Clara Hughes Susan Tulis Roger Jacobs Albert Brecht Elsbeth Moller John Hughes Alice Bell ALL-SIS D.R. Jones Wynne Browne Barbara Monroe Brenda Kelley Susan Burch ALLA Donna Jones Suzanne Cassidy Charles Monroe Julie Kimbrough Marta DePaula Cea CS-SIS Beth Lagton Yvonne Chandler Kathryn Morales Darcy Kirk John Christensen HALL Janice Leichter Douglas Cinque Genel Moran Druet Klugh Leodis Davis LLAGNY Susan Lewis-Somers Adrienne Cobb Diane Murley Karen M. Lutke Ed Edmonds LLSDC Mary Lippold Anna Cole Lu Tuan Nguyen Phyllis Marion Ann Fessenden MALL Frank Liu Katherine Coolidge Susan O’Toole Anne McDonald Lauri Flynn Microsoft Elizabeth McKenzie David Cowan Frosty Owen Denyse McFadden Dan Freehling NOALL Roy M. Mersky Robert Creamer Rita Parham Leslie McGuire Thomas French ORALL James Milles Shirley David Ann Pascoe Marguerite Most George Grossman PLL-SIS Grace Mills Linda Davis Alison Perry Andrea Moyer Faye Jones RIPS-SIS Donna Nixon Pamela Deemer Charles Peters Jennifer Murray Ruth Levor SCALL Roger Parent Robert Downie Kathleen Price Pamela Noyd Stephen Mellin SEALL Mary Persyn Jerry Dupont Margaret Ross Michelle Pearse Lawrence Meyer Suffolk University Alvin Podboy Larry Eiring Sally Salancy Ricardo Pla Margaret Milam SWALL Holly Riccio Carla Evans Rosalie Sanderson Kristie Randall Allen Moye TS-SIS Alvin Roche Scott Fisher Mary Sexton Carol Shapiro Robert Nissenbaum West Paul Rothman Thomas Flemming Joan Shear Virgie Smith Kent Olson Joyce Saltalamachia Marguerite Rey Florent James Shelar Lisa Smith-Butler BENEFACTOR Harry Stamper Patricia Satzer Patricia Fox Renard Shepard Mark Strattner Sarah Wiant ($501—$999) Susan Siebers Daniel Freehling Peggy Sloan Lorna Tang Sally Wise Merle Slyhoff Mary Anne Fry Cossette Sun Vivian Taylor Marvin Anderson Nicholas Ypsilantis Richard Spinelli Vincente Garces Carol Teaney Randall Thompson Margaret Maes Axtman Asian American Law Alva Stone Jovita Garcia-Duer Janet Tracy Tracy Thompson Rhea Ballard-Thrower Librarians’ Caucus Cossette Sun Judith Gaskell Larry Wenger Suzanne Thorpe James E. Duggan CALL Patricia Turpening Paul Michael George Laura Whitbeck Jeanne Ullian Mark Estes CoALL Gail Warren Weymouth Kathleen Gerwatowski Gregory Williams Jeannine Uppgard Susan Fox LHRB-SIS Mary Whisner Barbara Golden Linda Wood Genene Uyesato Laura Gasaway LISP-SIS Suzanne Young Carol Grant Amy Yawn Carol Wade Karl Gruben Paul Hastings Janofsky Virgina Young Balfour Halevy Marcia Zubrow Daniel Wade Sarah Holterhoff & Walker LLP ALLUNY John Harbison SFALL Jane Walsh Janis Johnston RALLA Axelroth Assoc. Carolyn Hayes Sally Wambold Iris Lee SR-SIS FRIEND LLAM James Heller Patricia Wellinger Harry Martin VALL (up to $50) LLOPS Jane Holland Barbara West Anne Matthewman OBS-SIS Wei-Yau Huang Judith Meadows SPONSOR Luis Acosta ($101—$250) SANDALL Nancy Johnson Robert Oakley Theodora Artz SNELLA Julie Julian Nina Platt Mary Alice Baish Anita Anderson William S. Hein & Co. Blair Kauffman Maryruth Storer Karen Beck Edward Bander Billie Jo Kaufman Gretchen Van Dam Irene Berkey Joan Barrow Dwight King Judith Wright Margaret Boeringer Carol Billings Holly Kulikowski ACADEMIC LAW LIBRARIES SPECIAL INTEREST SECTION OUTSTANDING ARTICLE AWARD AALL Thanks its The ALL-SIS Outstanding Article Award honors section members for contributions Gold Sponsorship Donor to the enhancement of academic law librarianship through publishing. Articles published in any format in any publication other than Law Library Journal and AALL Spectrum the year prior to the award qualify for consideration. Articles are West has been a longtime evaluated on: Relevance of topic to some aspect of academic law librarianship, supporter and sponsor of including but not limited to public services, technical services, legal research or teaching; quality of writing; and effectiveness of communication technique. AALL and law librarians. West is committed to the importance of diversity in the legal 2004 Recipients profession. In 2001 West joined AALL in Nancy Carol Carter Matthew Cordon Director & Professor of Law, Reference Librarian, creating the AALL & West/George A. Strait University of San Diego, Baylor Law Library, Waco, Texas Minority Scholarship Endowment. This School of Law/Legal Res. Center, Beyond Mere Competency: San Diego, California endowment underscores that commitment. Advanced Legal Research in a The Special Case of Alaska: Native Practice-Oriented Curriculum, Law and Research, 55 Baylor L. Rev. 1 (2003) 22 Leg. Ref. Servs. Q. 11 (2003) Boston to Mumbai: the World of Legal Information 4 Special Interest Section Awards continued on page 5 THE RENEE D. CHAPMAN MEMORIAL AWARD CHAPTER REGISTRATION GRANTS Established by the Technical Services Special Interest Section (TS-SIS) The 1990-94 Strategic Plan included a provision for underwriting in memory of Renee D. Chapman, former Head of Technical Services one free full registration for the Annual Meeting for ten Chapters. It at the Charles B. Sears Law Library at the State University of New was the intent of the Strategic Plan that the grant be presented to York at Buffalo and Chair of the TS-SIS in 1988-89, this award recog- newer members of AALL who meet criteria the awarding Chapter nizes extended and sustained distinguished service to technical may determine. services law librarianship and to AALL. ALLA Colleen C. Williams 2004 Recipient CALL Jim Wilson LLAA Jennifer Lunt Patricia K. Turpening LLAW Laura LaRose Head of Preservation and Archives, University of Cincinnati MALL Judith Flader College of Law, Robert S. Marx Law Library NOALL Elizabeth Cavendish Cincinnati, Ohio ORALL Gayle Dixon SANDALL Patricia Brown SFALL Ned Swanner, Jr. rants VALL Caroline L. Osborne The AALL Grants Program enables law librarians to MEMORIAL FUND participate in the professional educational opportuni- Established to honor and remember deceased AALL members, law ties that are provided at the Annual Meeting. Grants librarians, and others. Contributions are held in a restricted fund that can be used for activities approved by the AALL Board. The fund are funded by contributions from firms and individuals. was established in 1994 from contributions made in memory of Antonette “Babe” Russo, who served as Administrative Secretary of 2003-2004 Grants Committee AALL from 1969-1989. Iris M. Lee, Chair Alvin M. Podboy, Jr., Board Contributions in Memory of: James C. Gernert Liaison Individual Contributors In Memory of Timothy Alan Lewis Patricia A. Satzer James E. Duggan Julius Marke Julie Lim Camilla L. Walker Jack Ellenberger Babe Russo Kristina L. Niedringhaus 2004 Grant Recipients GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS FUND Julia Boxler Virginia A. McVarish Ann T. Davey Jill Milhorat Established in order to advance the Mission of the Association and Nicole Evans Paul Moorman support the work of the Government Affairs Committee and the Heidi L. Frostestad Amy Rachuba Washington Affairs Representative. Funds may be used to support Stev Haas Courtney L. Selby testimony, prepare public policy statements, cover legal expenses, Kathleen Hall Michael VanderHeijden prepare legal briefs, and support coalitions or other efforts of Barbara L. Lah library and law-related associations. Corporate Contributors to the Grants Fund Individual Contributors to the Government Affairs Fund Melissa Bar LexisNexis™ Kay Collins West James E. Duggan Individual Contributors to the Grants Fund RESEARCH FUND: James E. Duggan AN ENDOWMENT ESTABLISHED BY LEXISNEXIS™ Diane Murley Established in July 2000 with a $100,000 contribution from LexisNexis™, the fund provides a secure financial base, enabling ELLEN SCHAFFER FOREIGN LIBRARIAN’S GRANT the AALL Research Committee to carry out the Association’s The Ellen Schaffer Foreign Librarian’s Grant provides financial assis- Research Agenda. tance to ensure the presence and participation of foreign librarians at the AALL Annual Meeting. The Schaffer Grant covers AALL 2004 Recipient Annual Meeting registration costs and a percentage of AALL Annual Samuel E. Trosow Meeting travel and per diem expenses. Funded by FCIL-SIS in 2004. Assistant Professor University of Western Ontario 2004 Recipient London, Ontario, Canada Milagros Santos-Ong Director of Library Services Individual Contributors to the Research Endowment Fund Supreme Court of the Philippines Diane Murley Manila, Philippines 5 American Association of Law Libraries 97th Annual Meeting and Conference AALL/ASPEN LAW & BUSINESS LexisNexis™ RESEARCH GRANT FUND AALL Grants Fund The grant provides funding for research projects that create, AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers Awards Program disseminate, or use legal and law-related information. Projects ALL-SIS Middle Managers Breakfast & Program may range from the historical (indexes, legislative histories, bibli- Chapter Presidents/VP’s & SIS Chairs/Chairs-Elect Luncheon ographies, biographies, directories) to the theoretical (trends in Diversity Symposium & Reception cataloging, publishing or new service models in libraries) to the LexisNexis™/John R. Johnson Memorial Scholarship Endowment practical (implementation models for collection, personnel or Opening Event infrastructure management). Research Grants The AALL/Aspen Law & Business Grant was made possible with a SR-SIS Standing Committee on Gay & Lesbian Issues Reception generous contribution from Aspen Law & Business, a New York- LexisNexis™ Academic & Library Solutions based legal publisher, in 1996. GD-SIS Welcome to Government Documents SIS Breakfast 2004 Recipients James F. Connolly LexisNexis™ Academic & Library Solutions Scholarship Kelly Browne University of Connecticut Law Library Questel-Orbit PLL-SIS Intellectual Property Librarians Caucus Breakfast Meeting “The Emotional Intelligence of Law Librarians” Kelly Kunsch Thomson Legal & Regulatory Seattle University Law Library FCIL-SIS Reception for Attendees from Abroad Research at the Washington State Archives West AALL/West Excellence in Marketing Award AALL & West/George A. Strait Minority Scholarship nnual Meeting Events ALL-SIS Breakfast and Business Meeting Annual Meeting Registration Grants Other Contributions Conference of Newer Law Librarians (CONELL) Council of Newsletter Editors (CONE) Journalism Training BNA Incorporated Daily Room Drops and Newspaper Inserts ALL-SIS CONALL/Mentoring Program Pacific Chapters Joint Reception: LLOPS/NOCALL/SANDALL/SCALL & WestPac ALL-SIS Reception and Awards PLL-SIS Leadership Appreciation Reception Annual Meeting Registration Bags Recognition Luncheon PLL-SIS Luncheon SCCLL-SIS Reception Plenary Speaker (and related costs) SCCLL-SIS/West Customer Service Update Luncheon Shuttle Buses Between Convention Center and Harvard SR-SIS Standing Committee on Gay & Lesbian Issues Reception CCH INCORPORATED William S. Hein & Co., Inc. Law Library Journal & AALL Spectrum Authors Reception SCCLL-SIS Annual Meeting Travel Grants LLJ Article of the Year Award & AALL Spectrum Article of the Year Award Printing of AALL Directory & Handbook SR-SIS Standing Committee on Lesbian & Gay Issues Reception AALL Thanks its Gold Sponsorship Donor Dialog LexisNexis™ has been a generous AALUNY/LLAGNY/NJLLA Joint Reception supporter and partner of AALL and law librarians for many years. In addition to Gale Group Indexing of Periodical Literature sponsoring the Opening Event for several Advisory Committee years, education and development has been a primary focus of this partnership. This has been demon- Global Securities Information, Inc. strated through the establishment of the first AALL endowed PLL-SIS Business Meeting and Breakfast scholarship fund, the John R. Johnson Memorial Scholarship, Innovative Interfaces, Inc. funding for grants awards, the creation of the research endow- TS/OBS/RIPS/CS-SIS Joint Reception ment, funding of resource guides for both private law librarians Jones McClure Publishing, Inc. and for state, court and county law librarians, and providing DALL/HALL/SWALL Joint Reception national professional education programs in conjunction with the AALL meeting and through additional forums. It is through these efforts that LexisNexis™ expresses its commitment to the advance- ment and future development of the profession of law librarianship. Boston to Mumbai: the World of Legal Information 6
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