AALL Management Institute to be Held March 7-9, 2013
Please save the date for the 2013 AALL Management Institute. Held in Chicago at the Palomar Hotel, the Management Institute will provide new and aspiring managers from all types of law libraries the opportunity to learn management strategies, develop new skills, and learn from colleagues. More information will be available in December, so stay tuned.
2013 Webinar Proposals
Are you (or do you know) an expert who can share best practices? Is your library rethinking value and delivering services in an innovative way? Is there a new process that your library has instituted? If you've got a great idea to share, AALL invites you to submit a webinar proposal for 2013.
We are looking for content that will provide a combination of just-in-time and practical learning, as well as provide solutions and new ways of thinking that stretch or change traditional approaches. Topics/areas to consider include but are not limited to:
• Technology (existing/emerging)
• Electronic resource management
• New competencies for law librarians
• Library/patron services
• New applications
• Library leadership
• Work flow/efficiency
• Teaching techniques/instructional technology
• Collection development
• Management, library value
• Personal/professional branding
Presenters for webinars can be members or nonmembers with expertise on the topics. Webinar proposals must relate directly to topics valuable to law librarians and legal information professionals in associated environments. Proposals (seeguidelines) will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, and you will be notified within 30 days of your submission.
Submit a webinar proposal today!
AALL2go Pick of the Month
AALL's Continuing Professional Education Committee presents the AALL2go pick of the month: Attorney-Client Confidentiality and the Law Librarian.
Although librarians do not meet with clients or function as attorneys in their libraries, librarians do have to be aware of the rules of attorney-client confidentiality. Disclosing confidential client information, even if done so accidentally, could result in waiver of privilege and work-product protection, damage to the client of the client’s business, or even lead to ethical claims of breach of duty or malpractice.
In this session, moderator Anne Klinefelter and attorney Marc Laredo review attorney-client confidentiality and explain the ethical and legal requirements for librarians who do legal research. The presenters also give concrete and practical tips on how to support the work of their attorneys and stay compliant with confidentiality requirements.
This program was originally presented at the AALL Annual Meeting in Boston. It is available as a streaming video with accompanying PowerPoint slides and can be accessed via AALL2go.
Find this and more than 100 other free continuing education programs and webinars for AALL members on AALL2go!
(AALL2go log0 attached; Program link: http://aall.sclivelearningcenter.com/index.aspx?PID=6278&SID=153743; AALL2go link: http://aall.sclivelearningcenter.com/)