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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 05/10/2022 at 2:00 PM (CDT)

    Join AALL and Trellis for an engaging presentation as we cover how legal analytics enables your team to analyze the behavior and history of your judge, competitive counsel, prospects and clients to gain crucial insights into litigation history and ruling tendencies.

    Join AALL and Trellis for an engaging presentation as we cover how legal analytics enables your team to analyze the behavior and history of your judge, competitive counsel, prospects and clients to gain crucial insights into litigation history and ruling tendencies. We’ll show you how to leverage state trial court - and verdict - data to be more efficient, more proactive, and achieve better results for your firm and clients. You’ll learn how to maximize legal analytics for your firm to gain a competitive advantage, win cases and bring in more money when litigating in state trial courts.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    Law librarians, attorneys and others in the legal community.  

    TAKEAWAYS:

    Topics will include:       

    • Judge Analytics and Ruling History  
    • Drafting Stronger Motions, Faster  
    • Case Valuation & Verdict Data
    • Strategic State Court Research
    • Alerts - Stay Informed 

    SPEAKERS:

    • Nicole Clark, Trellis 

    COORDINATOR:

    • Michael Swarz, Trellis

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Research + Analysis, Information Management, Teaching + TrainingManagement + Business Acumen

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    No refunds will be given for any purchased live AALL webinar. This applies to non-AALL members only; live AALL webinars are free for AALL members.

    Please contact AALL at elearning@aall.org by April 26, 2022 if you would like to request live captioning services.

    Nicole Clark is a business litigation and labor and employment attorney who has handled litigation in both state and federal courts. She’s worked at a variety of law firms ranging from mid-size litigation boutiques to large firms, and is licensed to practice law in three states. She has defended corporations and employers in complex class action and wage and hour disputes, as well as individual employment matters ranging from sexual harassment to wrongful termination. Additionally, Nicole is the CEO and co-founder of Trellis Research, a legal analytics platform that uses AI and machine learning to provide litigators with strategic legal intelligence and judicial analytics. Nicole has an intuitive understanding of technology and is deeply committed to helping lawyers leverage technology to gain a competitive advantage and achieve a more favorable outcome for their clients.

    Nicole Clark

    Trellis

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/23/2022 at 12:00 PM (CST)

    In this “So, You Wanna . . .?” episode, Sabrina A. Davis will interview Danne L. Johnson, a law professor at Oklahoma City University School of Law and a co-founder of Our Work, LLC, a collective of highly trained women working on the topics of race, racial trauma, employee engagement, diversity, inclusion, intercultural development, and belonging. This interview will explore how managers, supervisors, and employees can make the workplace more welcoming for all.

    This is the first in a two-part series about creating an inclusive workplace. The focus of this part is cultural diversity; the focus of the second part (in March) will be invisible disabilities. 

    In this “So, You Wanna . . .?” episode, Sabrina A. Davis will interview Danne L. Johnson, a law professor at Oklahoma City University School of Law and a co-founder of Our Work, LLC, a collective of highly trained women working on the topics of race, racial trauma, employee engagement, diversity, inclusion, intercultural development, and belonging. This interview will explore how managers, supervisors, and employees can make the workplace more welcoming for all. Topics will include: (1) defining diversity, inclusion, and culture; (2) the power of assumptions and curiosity; and, (3) unspoken cultural cues. 

    This series is brought to you by the Professional Engagement, Growth & Advancement SIS and the AALL Continuing Professional Education Committee.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    Anyone at any professional level who wants to hear and think about cultural diversity in the context of creating a more welcoming workplace. 

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Participants will see the value of increasing their own cultural self-awareness.
    2. Participants will learn techniques and strategies to increase the ability to be curious in a non-threatening way.
    3. Participants will understand the value of continuing learning and development in cultural awareness.

    SPEAKERS:

    • Danne L. Johnson, Oklahoma City University School of Law

    COORDINATOR/MODERATOR:

    • Sabrina Davis, Harris County Robert W. Hainsworth Law Library

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every Level

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    No refunds will be given for any purchased live AALL webinar. This applies to non-AALL members only; live AALL webinars are free for AALL members.

    Please contact AALL at elearning@aall.org by February 8, 2022 if you would like to request live captioning services.

    Danne L. Johnson, JD, CDP (she/her) is a Professor of Law at Oklahoma City University School of Law. Her scholarship interests include the intersections of race, class, and gender. Danne is also an accredited Continuing Professional Development provider and co-founder of Our Work, LLC, a collective of highly trained women working on the topics of race, racial trauma, employee engagement, diversity, inclusion, intercultural development, and belonging.  For more information, please see her LinkedIn page.

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/15/2022 at 11:00 AM (CST)

    This program will provide tools and tips for how to identify, apply, and win grants to support your organization. You will hear inspiring success stories from law librarians and legal information professionals who have received grant funding, and gain insight about how to get the funding you need.

    This program will provide tools and tips for how to identify, apply, and win grants to support your organization. You will hear inspiring success stories from law librarians and legal information professionals who have received grant funding, and gain insight about how to get the funding you need. The session will also explore how to find potential grant opportunities at the federal, state, and local levels.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    Individuals in any library type who are interested in obtaining grant funding to support a project or program within their organization

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Participants will learn how to research funding sources to find various grants.
    2. Participants will learn tips on how to write a successful grant application. 

    SPEAKERS:

    • Stephen Wolfson, University of Georgia Law School
    • Amy Small, Texas State Law Library
    • Anthony Smith, Institute of Museum and Library Services

    COORDINATOR:

    • Amy Emerson, Villanova Law

    MODERATOR:

    • Bonnie Shucha, University of Wisconsin Law School 

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every LevelMarketing + Outreach, Management + Business Acumen

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    No refunds will be given for any purchased live AALL webinar. This applies to non-AALL members only; live AALL webinars are free for AALL members.

    Please contact AALL at elearning@aall.org by February 1, 2022 if you would like to request live captioning services.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 02/08/2022 at 3:00 PM (CST)

    Do you know a fellow AALL member who would make an outstanding candidate for the upcoming 2022 Executive Board election? Or perhaps you are considering throwing your own hat into the ring. If you are interested in learning more about the nominations process, please join us for an informal conversation.

    Do you know a fellow AALL member who would make an outstanding candidate for the upcoming 2022 Executive Board election? Or perhaps you are considering throwing your own hat into the ring. If you are interested in learning more about the nominations process, please join us for an informal conversation, moderated by the chair and vice chair of the Nominations Committee, Femi Cadmus and Michelle Cosby. This is a special leadership opportunity to impact AALL and the legal information profession, and to elevate the expertise and perspectives within our Association; nominations are due Friday, February 11.

    Please note: AALL virtual coffee chats are not recorded and registration is open to AALL members only.

    MODERATORS:

    • Femi Cadmus, Yale Law School Lillian Goldman Library
    • Michelle Cosby, Temple University Beasley School of Law Library

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every Level

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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 01/27/2022 at 12:00 PM (CST)

    This training will highlight a variety of advocacy strategies and resources that you can implement in your chapter to support law librarians and legal information professionals, to ensure greater access to legal information and to promote continuous improvement in access to justice. Whether you are interested in starting a new advocacy program in your chapter or growing an existing program, you will come away with practical guidance and tools to support your chapter’s advocacy efforts.

    Many AALL chapters are faced with local issues that are important to their members. Chapters are well-positioned to advocate for law libraries and the legal information profession, including to support government law library funding and the enactment of the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act. This training will highlight a variety of advocacy strategies and resources that you can implement in your chapter to support law librarians and legal information professionals, to ensure greater access to legal information and to promote continuous improvement in access to justice. Whether you are interested in starting a new advocacy program in your chapter or growing an existing program, you will come away with practical guidance and tools to support your chapter’s advocacy efforts.

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1.    Participants will gain skills to implement effective chapter advocacy programs.
    2.    Participants will learn practical strategies to support chapter advocacy efforts. 
    3.    Participants will be able to identify advocacy resources to support their chapters.


    SPEAKERS:

    • Sarah (Sally) Holterhoff, Member, Chicago Association of Law Libraries (CALL) Government Relations Committee
    • Benjamin Keele, Chair, Mid-America Association of Law Libraries (MAALL) Task Force: UELMA Passage in MAALL States
    • David McFadden, Chair, Western Pacific Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries (WestPac) Government Relations Committee and Chair, Southern California Association of Law Libraries (SCALL) Government Relations Committee

    MODERATOR:

    • Anna Russell, Past President, San Diego Area Law Libraries (SANDALL) and Member, Western Pacific Association of Law Libraries (WestPac)

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every LevelTeaching + Training, Marketing + Outreach

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    Please contact AALL at elearning@aall.org by January 12, 2022 if you would like to request live captioning services.

    Anna Russell is past president of the San Diego Area Law Libraries (SANDALL) and a member of the Western Pacific Association of Law Libraries (WestPac). She is a US Court Librarian for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Anna manages the Ninth Circuit Alaska library branch, and provides legal research support for Circuit, District, and Bankruptcy court staff. A member of AALL since 2011, she is currently serving on AALL’s Advancing Access to Justice Special Committee and as chair of the Government Law Libraries Special Interest Section Advocacy Committee. 

    Benjamin Keele is the chair of the Mid-America Association of Law Libraries (MAALL) Task Force: UELMA Passage in MAALL States. He is associate director of the Ruth Lilly Law Library at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. In addition, he served as the 2016-2017 chair of the AALL Copyright Committee. 

    Sarah (Sally) Holterhoff is a member of the Chicago Association of Law Libraries (CALL) Government Relations Committee. She retired in 2016 after a 34-year career at Valparaiso University Law School Library. As an AALL leader, Sally has focused particular attention on government relations and information policy issues. During her 2006-2007 term as president, AALL held a National Summit on Authentic Legal Information in the Digital Age, which helped set the stage for the creation of the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act (UELMA). She has chaired the AALL Government Relations Committee and the Government Documents SIS. She also served as president of CALL and chair of the Council of Chapter Presidents. Sally has continued her advocacy on information policy issues as a Standing Committee member of the Law Libraries section of the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA). She continues to be involved with AALL as chair of the Encore Caucus. 

    David McFadden is chair of the Western Pacific Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries (WestPac) Government Relations Committee and chair of the Southern California Association of Law Libraries (SCALL) Government Relations Committee. He is the senior reference librarian at Southwestern Law School where he has provided reference service and teaches first-year and upper division legal research classes since 1984. He has been involved in library advocacy for over 30 years primarily at the state level in California. David has helped advocate for California public and school libraries as well as law libraries including county law libraries. He has helped train law librarians in advocacy for AALL and chapters. Over the years, he has received awards from AALL, SCALL, NOCAL,L and the Council of California County Law Libraries for his efforts. 

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/20/2022

    Panelists, who are first-gen professionals from academic, government, and law firm settings, will discuss their triumphs and challenges, and provide insights into navigating their unique career paths. They will also discuss establishment of the First-Gen Professionals Caucus, which serves as a vehicle for professional development, mentorship, and coordination of recruitment efforts for first-gen law and library students.

    First-generation professionals are the first in their families to cross a threshold into a professional career. Many face socioeconomic issues not experienced by their colleagues, and can face a sense of isolation and a steep learning curve with regard to professional norms. Conversely, inclusion of first-gen professionals can help to foster diversity in law librarianship, and first-gens can serve as an empathetic point of contact for similarly situated students, patrons, and peers. Panelists, who are first-gen professionals from academic, government, and law firm settings, will discuss their triumphs and challenges, and provide insights into navigating their unique career paths. They will also discuss establishment of the First-Gen Professionals Caucus, which serves as a vehicle for professional development, mentorship, and coordination of recruitment efforts for first-gen law and library students.

    Submitted in coordination with the First-Gen Professionals Caucus.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    Anyone who is interested in diversity and inclusion in law librarianship. First-gen professionals, colleagues or managers of first-gen professionals. 

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Meet other first-gen professionals within AALL.
    2. Build community around the shared experience of being an FGP.
    3. Learn about ways to be a resource for FG students/new associates/new colleagues.
    4. Assess the strengths we bring to the workplace as FGPs.

    SPEAKERS:

    • Diane Deng, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
    • Joe Lawson, Harris County Law Library
    • Clanitra Stewart Nejdl, Massey Law Library at Vanderbilt University

    COORDINATOR:

    • Geraldine Kalim, University of Georgia

    MODERATOR:

    • Jill Kilgore, Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every Level

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    No refunds will be given for any purchased live AALL webinar. This applies to non-AALL members only; live AALL webinars are free for AALL members.

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/11/2022

    In this “So, You Wanna . . .?” program, Sabrina A. Davis will interview the current and two past presidents of AALL about all aspects of the process, including the path to being asked, the nomination process, how to get your employer to say yes, crafting a compelling candidate statement, responsibilities of the job, getting the most out of the experience, and what life is like as an AALL Past President.

    In this “So, You Wanna . . .?” program, Sabrina A. Davis will interview the current and two past presidents of AALL about all aspects of the process, including the path to being asked, the nomination process, how to get your employer to say yes, crafting a compelling candidate statement, responsibilities of the job, getting the most out of the experience, and what life is like as an AALL Past President. 

    This program is brought to you by the Professional Engagement, Growth & Advancement Special Interest Section (PEGA-SIS) and the AALL Continuing Professional Education Committee.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    While this program is focused specifically on the role of AALL President, anyone interested in furthering their involvement in AALL would benefit from attending.

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. The audience will have an increased understanding of the steps to take throughout their career as preparation for running for AALL President.
    2. The audience will hear first-hand accounts of what it is really like to be AALL President and the uniqueness and individuality that is part of the AALL Presidential experience.

    SPEAKERS:

    • Diane M. Rodriguez, San Francisco Law Library
    • Holly M. Riccio, California Judicial Center Library
    • Ron Wheeler, Boston University

    COORDINATOR/MODERATOR:

    • Sabrina A. Davis, Harris County Robert W. Hainsworth Law Library

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every Level

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    No refunds will be given for any purchased live AALL webinar. This applies to non-AALL members only; live AALL webinars are free for AALL members.

    Diane M. Rodriguez is the 2021-2022 AALL President. She currently serves as the Assistant Director of the San Francisco Law Library in California. As AALL’s president, one of her many goals is to advocate for access to legal information which supports access to justice. Rodriguez has been an AALL member for 26 years. In addition, she is a former President of the Northern California Association of Law Libraries (NOCALL). She also serves as a member of the Council of California County Law Librarians, which works to improve, promote, and advocate for the unique legal information services provided by county law libraries that support access to justice for all Californians. 

    Holly M. Riccio is the Director of the California Judicial Center Library, and the 10th librarian to serve in this capacity since the role of Supreme Court Librarian was authorized by statute in 1893. She served as AALL President from 2014-2015, presiding over the 2015 AALL Annual Meeting whose theme was “The Power of Connection.” She has been an AALL member since joining as a student member in 1992. She is a former President of the Northern California Association of Law Libraries (NOCALL), a former chair of the Private Law Libraries and Information Professional Special Interest Section (PLLIP-SIS), and is currently serving as Vice Chair/Chair-Elect of the Government Law Libraries Special Interest Section (GLL-SIS). She is the recipient of the 2019 NOCALL Professional Achievement Award and was recently included as a member of the Fastcase 50 Class of 2021.

    Ron Wheeler served as President of AALL during the 2016-2017 term, becoming the first black male president of AALL. Since 2016, he has also worked in the role of Director of the Fineman and Pappas Law Libraries & Associate Professor of Law and Legal Research at the Boston University School of Law, where he
    maintains that his team of law librarians and law library allied professionals is second to none. Wheeler is a recognized leader in the area of legal research instruction. Wheeler is a proud native Detroiter, Michigander, and Wolverine, yet he has served in various law library management roles at law schools across the country, including Suffolk University Law School, the University of San Francisco School of Law, Georgia State University College of Law, and the University of New Mexico School of Law. Wheeler has taught legal research in various contexts, including in stand-alone first year legal research courses, upper division courses, online, and in study abroad programs in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Linz, Austria. Currently his most pressing research interests include Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility; Emotional Intelligence; and the Role of Emotional Honesty in the Workplace. He currently chairs the AALL Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Awareness Special Committee.

  • Contains 6 Component(s)

    Register for this 60-minute course that will introduce the concepts of strategic thinking, including how to apply it, regardless of the situation, for superior results and successful outcomes.

    In a constantly changing legal information landscape, strategic thinking can result in greater resources, more recognition, and career advancement. It allows us to consider where we are now, where we want to go, and how we are going to get there. This course will introduce the concepts of strategic thinking, including how to apply it, regardless of the situation, for superior results and successful outcomes.

    Developed by subject matter experts who are your colleagues and fellow members, this course will introduce the concepts of strategic thinking and how to leverage them, regardless of the situation, for superior results and successful outcomes. 

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    For all legal information professionals

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Participants will learn the difference between strategic thinking and strategic planning
    2. Participants will learn the value of strategic thinking and how to make strategic decisions
    3. Participants will learn the importance of soft skills in strategic thinking

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Management + Business Acumen

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    Cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing to elearning@aall.org prior to starting the course.

    This course is offered by the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL).

    © 2022 American Association of Law Libraries. All information contained herein is the property of the American Association of Law Libraries. The materials provided are for the use of the learners enrolled in the course. Any unauthorized use, including distribution, copying, modifying, or reprinting, is not permitted. Please review the AALL Copyright Policy for more information.

    Special thanks to the Continuing Professional Education Committee and AALL members who served as subject matter experts.

    • Jean Wenger, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
    • Holly Riccio, California Judicial Center Library
    • Michelle Trovillo, BakerHostetler LLC
    • Sarah Mauldin, DeKalb County Law Library
    • Abby Walters, Fish & Richardson P.C.
  • Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/15/2021

    This program will give a brief introduction to storytelling technique basics, and then have panelists share true stories as they remember them. Similar to The Moth podcast, anyone wishing to tell their story will need to pitch their idea, and the pitched stories need to relate to the theme of Leadership.

    Great leaders understand the power of storytelling, and the power of stories to connect us as humans and foster mutual understanding. This program will give a brief introduction to storytelling technique basics, and then have panelists share true stories as they remember them. Similar to The Moth podcast, anyone wishing to tell their story will need to pitch their idea, and the pitched stories need to relate to the theme of Leadership. Attendees will not only be entertained, but will learn from watching masterful storytelling in action, share in the collective wisdom around leadership, and hone the essential leadership skill of telling compelling, meaningful stories. 

    If you would like the chance to share your story, then pitch it to us! In 100 to 200 words, tell us about your Leadership story. (Please don't give us a cliff-hanger; you should summarize the whole story.) Great pitches will let us know what happened, what changed for you, and what was at stake. We're looking for a wide range of voices to share their experiences. You may think that your story is not dramatic enough, but we beg to differ. If it mattered to you, it will matter to us, too. Absolutely no storytelling or performance experience necessary. Bonus: Holly Riccio and Carol Watson will be available to support you as you practice your story. Pitches should be submitted here by November 1st, and selected storytellers will be notified by November 8th. 

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    This program is beneficial to all law librarians, regardless of library type, job function, or experience level. 

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Participants will be able to identify the components of compelling and meaningful storytelling.
    2. Participants will observe storytelling in action, and be able to apply observed storytelling techniques to enhance the impact of their communications in a variety of workplace situations (e.g., presentations, team meetings, challenging conversations). 

    SPEAKERS:

    • TBD

    COORDINATORS/MODERATORS:

    Holly M. Riccio, California Judicial Center Library 

    Carol A. Watson, University of Georgia Law Library (Emerita) 


    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every Level

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    No refunds will be given for any purchased live AALL webinar. This applies to non-AALL members only; live AALL webinars are free for AALL members.

    Coordinator and Moderator Bios

    Holly M. Riccio
    Law librarianship is in Holly Riccio’s professional DNA—literally, as the daughter of librarian parents. She has been the Director of the California Judicial Center Library since 2020, following 25+ years spent working in various law firm library and knowledge management positions. Her passion for the legal information profession is unmistakable and is manifest in her many professional volunteer roles, including serving as President of the American Association of Law Libraries from 2014-2015. She received her Master of Information and Library Studies from the University of Michigan. She regularly shares her thought leadership with the profession through writing and speaking engagements in the areas of knowledge management, professional development and leadership skills, and cultivating and leveraging professional connections.

    Carol A. Watson
    Carol Watson is the Director of the Law Library Emerita at the University of Georgia Law Library. She retired on January 1, 2021. She was responsible for the vision, leadership and management of all aspects of the law library including strategic planning, budgeting, collection development, technology, and personnel. She is the past chair of the AALL Continuing Professional Education Committee and the past chair of the AALL Annual Meeting Program Committee. In 2020, she was inducted in the AALL Hall of Fame, and she received the AALL Volunteer Service Award in 2016. Watson is the past president of SEAALL and the 2014 recipient of the Service to SEAALL Award. Watson is the past-chair of the American Association of Law Schools (AALS) Section on Law Libraries and Legal Information. 

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    In this month's So You Wanna...? Series event, Savanna Nolan will sit down to discuss these questions with Mindfulness Caucus member and certified Koru Mindfulness teacher Heather Simmons. What is a mindfulness practice and how is it different from meditation? What steps can we take today to live more mindfully?

    With so much going on in the world, many of us are feeling burned out and exhausted. Can mindfulness be a tool to help us re-center? How is mindfulness different from meditation? 

    In this month's So You Wanna...? Series event, Savanna Nolan will sit down to discuss these questions with Mindfulness Caucus member and certified Koru Mindfulness teacher Heather Simmons. What is a mindfulness practice and how is it different from meditation? What steps can we take today to live more mindfully? 

    This program is brought to you by the Professional Engagement, Growth & Advancement Special Interest Section (PEGA-SIS) and the AALL Continuing Professional Education Committee.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    Any librarian experiencing stress and burnout.

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Participants will learn the benefits of mindfulness and the science behind it.
    2. Participants will acquire new ways to practice mindfulness in their daily lives.
    3. Participants will examine the amendments to ABA Standard 508 and identify ways to support law students and other library users.

    SPEAKERS:

    • Heather Simmons, University of Georgia School of Law

    COORDINATOR/MODERATOR:

    • Savanna Nolan, University of Georgia School of Law

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every Level,Teaching + TrainingManagement + Business Acumen

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    CANCELLATION AND OTHER POLICIES

    No refunds will be given for any purchased live AALL webinar. This applies to non-AALL members only; live AALL webinars are free for AALL members.

    Please contact AALL at elearning@aall.org by November 22, 2021 if you would like to request live captioning services.

    Heather Simmons is the Associate Director for Instruction and Access at the University of Georgia School of Law’s Alexander Campbell King Law Library. She coordinates and develops curriculum for first-year legal research as well as advanced and specialized research courses. She also oversees all functions of the law library’s access and outreach services. Heather has had a passion for mindfulness throughout her career. She is a certified Koru Mindfulness Teacher and has conducted multiple presentations on mindfulness and self care.