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  • Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/06/2022 at 2:00 PM (CDT)

    In this webinar, representatives from the Copyright Office’s Office of the General Counsel and the CCB will explain the CCB’s goal to provide the public with a simple and efficient alternative tribunal for resolving their copyright-related disputes. The experts will describe the basic process for filing, responding to, and resolving these claims. They will also explain how anyone who does not want to use the CCB to resolve their copyright dispute can opt out of participating when a claim is made against them, how qualifying libraries can preemptively opt out of participating in the CCB even before any claim is brought against them, and how to check if your library is already exempt from participating in CCB proceedings.

    The newly created Copyright Claims Board (“CCB”) is a voluntary tribunal that hears claims for copyright infringement, declarations of noninfringement, and certain misrepresentation claims involving damages of up to $30,000. In this webinar, representatives from the Copyright Office’s Office of the General Counsel and the CCB will explain the CCB’s goal to provide the public with a simple and efficient alternative tribunal for resolving their copyright-related disputes. The experts will describe the basic process for filing, responding to, and resolving these claims. They will also explain how anyone who does not want to use the CCB to resolve their copyright dispute can opt out of participating when a claim is made against them, how qualifying libraries can preemptively opt out of participating in the CCB even before any claim is brought against them, and how to check if your library is already exempt from participating in CCB proceedings.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    This webinar will provide practical advice for librarians whose libraries may be subject to CCB claims, such as libraries that offer e-reserves and copying of materials for interlibrary loan and patrons. This webinar will also provide relevant legal background for librarians providing research advice to patrons pursuing or defending claims before the CCB, such as librarians at law firms with a copyright practice, librarians at law schools with copyright clinics, and public librarians whose patrons are involved in CCB proceedings.

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Describe the history and purpose of the CCB.
    2. Analyze the types of claims available before the CCB and understand when each type of claim is
      brought.
    3. Explain how to participate in a CCB proceeding, including responding to a claim.
    4. List the steps to preemptively opt out of CCB proceedings.

    SPEAKERS:

    • John R. Riley, U.S. Copyright Office
    • Whitney Levandusky, Copyright Claims Board

    COORDINATOR/MODERATOR:

    • Stephen Wolfson, University of Georgia School of Law

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every LevelInformation Management

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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.

    All AALL webinars feature live captioning services.

    John R. Riley is Assistant General Counsel at the U.S. Copyright Office. He earned his JD from Penn State and his LLM in Intellectual Property from George Washington University. He served as Attorney-Advisor at the U.S. Copyright Office from 2013 until 2019, when he began his current role as Assistant General Counsel.

    Whitney Levandusky is Supervisory Attorney-Advisor at the Copyright Claims Board. She earned her BA in art history from Johns Hopkins University and worked for three years at the American Visionary Art Museum, before returning to school to earn her JD from the University of Maryland School of Law. After law school, she clerked for a year at the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, before joining the U.S. Copyright Office as Attorney-Advisor for the Public Information and Education Division. She served in that role from 2015 until 2021, when she began her current role at the newly created Copyright Claims Board.

    Stephen M. Wolfson currently serves as the University of Georgia Alexander Campbell King Law Library's associate director for research and copyright services. In this position, he will be the primary liaison between the law library and the law school's faculty. He will also supervise the library's Research Assistant Program and teach legal research and the courses Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship and Pirates, Spies & Speech: Exploring the Intersection of Law & Technology in the Information Age. A copyright specialist, Wolfson will continue to handle issues relating to copyright, scholarly communication and research-related information policy matters.

  • Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 10/04/2022 at 2:00 PM (CDT)

    This webinar will focus on how law schools can better prepare students for practice. The presenters will discuss key findings from Bloomberg Law’s survey on law school preparedness, highlighting opportunities for law school innovation, and share data-driven suggestions that can help law school faculty and staff better reach their students.

    This webinar will focus on how law schools can better prepare students for practice. The presenters will discuss key findings from Bloomberg Law’s survey on law school preparedness, highlighting opportunities for law school innovation, and share data-driven suggestions that can help law school faculty and staff better reach their students.

    Major discussions will cover: common resources that law students use for their research, resources that are perceived as the most helpful for law students, program and course participation among law students, life experiences that impacted law school selection and debt, characteristics that successful attorneys are perceived to exhibit, and other related subjects.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    Law librarians, law students, early career lawyers, law school faculty and staff

    TAKEAWAYS:

    Attendees should leave this webinar feeling more informed about law school preparedness with a better understanding of:

    1. The research paths and methods used by students as well as those that are perceived as most effective;
    2. The impact that life experiences have on law school choice and student debt loads; and
    3. The gaps between the skills and knowledge students gain in law school versus the skills and knowledge they need as attorneys.

    SPEAKERS:

    • Molly Huie, Bloomberg Law
    • Francis Boustany, Bloomberg Law

    COORDINATOR:

    • Claire Marvaso, Bloomberg Law

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Research + Analysis, Information Management, Teaching + Training

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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.

    Molly Huie, Team Lead for Data, Legal Analytics, and Business, Bloomberg Law

    Huie is the team lead for data, legal analytics, and business, leading the data team in research design, custom surveys, statistics, and data science as well as the legal markets team in drafting legal operations and legal technology pieces and practical guidance. Previously, she worked for Forrester Research managing global, syndicated surveys, primarily in the financial space. Huie received her BA from Butler University and her MS from the State University of New York (SUNY).

    Francis Boustany, Legal Analyst,  Bloomberg Law 

    Boustany is a legal analyst on the Corporate Analysis team, focusing on labor and employment law. In previous roles, he served as a management consultant and a director of advisory services, focusing on labor and employment law compliance, employee relations, process improvement, and technology implementation and adoption. He received his BA from Louisiana State University (LSU) in mass communication, his MA from Louisiana Tech University in industrial/organizational ssychology, and his JD from LSU.

  • Contains 5 Component(s)

    This is a four-week virtual professional development course. Each week we will cover an aspect of interpersonal and/or team development essential for effective management. All four modules are similarly structured and provide participants with an overview video; reference material; an interactive discussion board prompt designed to facilitate peer learning; and a reflective practice essay or video that will allow for thoughtful consideration of the week’s key points.

    Each week of this virtual four-week professional development course will cover an aspect of interpersonal and/or team development essential for effective management. The first three weeks are similarly structured and provide participants with an asynchronous overview video, reference material, an interactive discussion board prompt designed to facilitate peer learning, and a reflective practice essay or video that will allow for thoughtful consideration of the week’s key points. The final week will feature a real-time virtual group wrap-up moderated by our facilitator.

    VIRTUAL COURSE SCHEDULE:

    • Pre-Course Work / Welcome, Overview, Objectives, Expectations: Asynchronous video will be posted on Tuesday, August 30, 2022
    • Week One / Working in Teams: Asynchronous video will be posted on Tuesday, September 13, 2022
    • Week Two / Presenting Your Ideas: Asynchronous video will be posted on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 
    • Week Three / Valuing Inclusivity, Civility, and Respect in the Workplace: Asynchronous video will be posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2022
    • Week Four / Wrap-Up And Facilitated Group Session: Facilitated live group session will be held on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CDT

    TARGET AUDIENCE: All librarians and legal information specialists seeking professional development on interpersonal and team development skills essential for effective management.


    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Participants will understand personal work styles and develop skills related to reflective practice, mindfulness, and workplace wellness.
    2. Participants will learn oral presentation skills and strategies that will help verbally communicate ideas and improve communication patterns.
    3. Participants will develop techniques to prevent, negotiate, and effectively work through conflict with inclusivity, civility, and respect.

    COURSE COMPONENTS:

    • Overview Videos: The overview video provides background information and recent information on the topic discussed throughout the week.
    • Reference Materials: This material will vary each week and will include things like short readings, TedTalks, podcasts, and others.
    • Discussion Board Prompts: We will use a discussion board (listed in the weekly session as: Share with your peers) to share ideas and encourage peer interaction throughout the course. Each week, I will post a question to the discussion board that encourages participants to think critically about how the reference material aligns with personal and professional experiences. Participants are encouraged to comment on each other’s posts in ways that simulate in-person dialogue so that we can begin building rapport within the group.
    • Reflective Practice Essays & Videos: As professionals it is essential for us to develop ‘reflection’ as a habit of mind and make it a part of our regular routine (on a daily basis if possible).  It is important to periodically pause, sit back, and think about the highlights of our experiences and learning that have created excitement, generated enthusiasm, presented challenges, identified dilemmas, produced uncertainties, or opened new ways of thinking.  In this class, you will have opportunities to reflect on various activities and experiences that are intended to enrich and extend the assigned readings (listed in the weekly sessions as: Reflect on your learning).  

    FACILITATOR: Judith Millesen, PhD, Director of Strategic Planning, Fundraising, and Capacity Building, Association Options


    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS:
     Professionalism + Leadership At Every LevelTeaching + Training, Marketing + Outreach, 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 September 12, 2022.

    PRE-COURSE WORK / WELCOME, OVERVIEW, OBJECTIVES, AND EXPECTATIONS

    This session will establish the course objectives and review what participants can expect of the instructor as well as what the instructor expects of participants. There are two important elements of this course: The first is to approach the work with the right mindset; to that end attendees will be asked to watch a short video and read a brief article on the Growth Mindset. The second aspect of this course is reflection. John Dewey said, “We do not learn from experience . . . we learn from reflecting on experience.” There is also a short reading on the importance of reflection in improving professional practice. Asynchronous overview video will be posted on Tuesday, August 30, 2022.

    WEEK ONE / WORKING IN TEAMS

    This week we will explore elements of a high-performing work team, the common stages of team development, causes of team dysfunction, and the primary types of teams organizations establish to achieve specific work goals. Additionally, we will talk about how your personal work style along with skills related to reflective practice, mindfulness, and workplace wellness can be harnessed to help teams achieve a high level of performance. Asynchronous overview video will be posted on Tuesday, September 13, 2022. 

    Key topics will include:

    • Leading and participating in productive work groups
    • Mindfulness at work
    • Understanding your personal work style

    WEEK TWO / PRESENTING YOUR IDEAS

    While many people are more comfortable presenting their ideas or asking for something they need in written form, it is also essential to develop the oral presentation skills that will help you verbally communicate your thinking with confidence and clarity. No doubt, developing effective communication strategies is more complex than can be adequately covered in one week, however, this introduction is designed to provide attendees with a few strategies to both understand and improve their communication patterns. Asynchronous overview video will be posted on Tuesday, September 20, 2022.

    Key topics will include:

    • Knowing your audience and crafting your message
    • Leveraging your personality
    • Empathy and communication

    WEEK THREE / VALUING INCLUSIVITY, CIVILITY, AND RESPECT IN THE WORKPLACE

    The ability to resolve conflict between colleagues or team members, deliver unexpected or bad news, or negotiate with a colleague or stakeholder is key to moving things forward and getting things done.  In this session, we will identify common causes of organization conflict and discuss how our natural tendencies in the face of conflict can get in the way using conflict as a pathway to improve learning. We will also share strategies and techniques to prevent, negotiate, and effectively work through conflict. Asynchronous overview video will be posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2022.

    Key topics will include:

    • Understanding inclusivity, civility, and respect
    • Examining personal interaction style
    • Improving organizational civility

    WEEK FOUR / WRAP-UP AND FACILITATED GROUP SESSION

    While there is a tremendous benefit to online courses, particularly for those with busy schedules and multiple competing expectations and demands, there is also value in human connection and real-time interaction. While logistics prevent an in-person meeting, this professional development short-course will conclude with a virtual one-hour facilitated session where we will collectively reflect on our learning, share personal insights, and develop tangible next steps regarding how we will each apply something we have learned to our professional lives. Facilitated live group session will be held on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CDT.

    Judith MillessenJudith Millessen, PhD
    Director of Strategic Planning, Fundraising, and Capacity Building
    Association Options

    Judy Millesen worked for 10 years as a professional fundraiser, first in a community-based social service agency and then at a state university. She left professional practice to earn a PhD in public administration and has spent the past 25 years as a faculty member and working as a consultant to nonprofit organizations across the country. 

    Millesen’s research, teaching, and community work make a strong link between theory and practice, building both using the gifts each have to offer. Specifically, she focuses on nonprofit administration and capacity building with special interests in board governance, community philanthropy, and group facilitation and dialog. She has served as a consultant to social service organizations, arts and cultural institutions, community foundations, and government agencies. Millesen received her MPA from the University of Hartford and her PhD in public administration from the University at Albany (SUNY).

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      • Individual Member - $449
      • Student Member - $449
      • Retired Member - $449
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      • Individual Member - $549
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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/27/2022 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

    Register today to learn more about the candidates for AALL Executive Board Member (2023-2026) prior to the upcoming election on October 1.

    Register today to learn more about the candidates for AALL Executive Board Member (2023-2026) prior to the upcoming election on October 1. Members are encouraged to participate in the moderated forums by submitting questions in advance to candidatesforum@aall.org. Please indicate which candidate forum you would like your question directed to. Members will also have the opportunity to ask a question during the forum via live chat. Michelle Cosby, chair of the Nominations Committee, will serve as moderator for the forum. Please note: Registration is open to AALL members only.

    Candidates for Board Members (2023-2026)

    Heidi Frostestad Kuehl
    Circuit Librarian
    U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit
    Chicago, Illinois

    Todd Ito
    Research Librarian
    Latham & Watkins
    Chicago, Illinois

    Diana J. Koppang
    Director of Research & Competitive Intelligence
    Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
    Chicago, Illinois

    Anna Russell
    Alaska Branch Librarian
    United States Courts Library for the Ninth Circuit
    Anchorage, Alaska

    It's important to make an educated decision, and we encourage members to learn more about the candidates before voting opens. Read the Q&A with the candidates from the July/August issue of AALL Spectrum and the candidate biographies and statements.

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

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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/22/2022 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

    Register today to learn more about the candidates for AALL Vice President/President-Elect (2023-2024) prior to the upcoming election on October 1.

    Register today to learn more about the candidates for AALL Vice President/President-Elect (2023-2024) prior to the upcoming election on October 1. Members are encouraged to participate in the moderated forums by submitting questions in advance to candidatesforum@aall.org. Please indicate which candidate forum you would like your question directed to. Members will also have the opportunity to ask a question during the forum via live chat. Michelle Cosby, chair of the Nominations Committee, will serve as moderator for the forum. Please note: Registration is open to AALL members only.

    Candidates for Vice President/President-Elect (2023-2024)

    Jason R. Sowards
    Library & Research Manager
    Locke Lorde LLP
    Houston, Texas

    Cornell H. Winston
    Law Librarian & Records Center Supervisor
    United States Attorney's Office
    Los Angeles, California

    It's important to make an educated decision, and we encourage members to learn more about the candidates before voting opens. Read the Q&A with the candidates from the July/August issue of AALL Spectrum and the candidate biographies and statements.

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

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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/15/2022 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

    Register today to learn more about the candidates for AALL Secretary (2023-2026) prior to the upcoming election on October 1.

    Register today to learn more about the candidates for AALL Secretary (2023-2026) prior to the upcoming election on October 1. Members are encouraged to participate in the moderated forums by submitting questions in advance to candidatesforum@aall.org. Please indicate which candidate forum you would like your question directed to. Members will also have the opportunity to ask a question during the forum via live chat. Michelle Cosby, chair of the Nominations Committee, will serve as moderator for the forum. Please note: Registration is open to AALL members only.

    Candidates for Secretary (2023-2026)

    Edward T. Hart
    Assistant Dean for Law Library
    University of North Texas at Dallas
    Dallas, Texas

    Alex Zhang
    Archibald C. and Frances Fulk Rufty Research Professor of Law
    Associate Dean of Information Services
    Director, J. Michael Goodson Law Library
    Duke University Law School
    Durham, North Carolina

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

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  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/13/2022 at 3:00 PM (CDT)

    Law school as well as the practice of law are highly stressful endeavors. Anything we can do to help our communities navigate the challenging environment in which they must operate is a good idea. Crafternoons, like those offered by public libraries, can be a great way to help students and lawyers unwind. Crafting provides a creative outlet that helps our constituents cope with perfectionism, stress, and depression.

    Law school as well as the practice of law are highly stressful endeavors. Anything we can do to help our communities navigate the challenging environment in which they must operate is a good idea. Crafternoons, like those offered by public libraries, can be a great way to help students and lawyers unwind. Crafting provides a creative outlet that helps our constituents cope with perfectionism, stress, and depression. They can connect with their inner child, and unleash creative skills they never knew they had.  There are many alternatives to explore: knitting, crochet, cross stitch, origami, scrapbooking, water colors, the list is practically endless. Join us for an informal conversation, co-moderated by Margaret Kiel-Morse (Indiana University Maurer School of Law) and Heather Simmons (University of Georgia School of Law Library).

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

    MODERATORS:

    • Margaret Kiel-Morse, Indiana University Mauer School of Law
    • Heather Simmons, University of Georgia School of Law Library

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Teaching + Training, Marketing + Outreach

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  • Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/13/2022 at 11:00 AM (CDT)

    The role of the legal information professional continues to evolve, and knowledge of current technologies is critical to professional growth and success. Law librarians are expected to understand and be involved in leveraging and implementing advanced technologies. This professional development webinar will increase your understanding of key technologies currently at play, focusing on SSO/SAML, APIs, data analytics, and visualization.

    The role of the legal information professional continues to evolve, and knowledge of current technologies is critical to professional growth and success. Law librarians are expected to understand and be involved in leveraging and implementing advanced technologies. This professional development webinar will increase your understanding of key technologies currently at play, focusing on SSO/SAML, APIs, data analytics, and visualization.

    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    Law Librarians and Information Professionals working in Law Firms, Law Schools and Government Institutions

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Participants will gain an understanding of key technologies used in legal organizations that enhance processes and workflow
    2. Participants will learn about key uses cases for common technologies 
    3. Participants will acquire foundational knowledge to converse on these technologies

    SPEAKERS:

    • Ciél DeCastro, LexisNexis
    • Dave DiCicco, LexisNexis 
    • Carla Rydholm, LexisNexis

    COORDINATOR:

    • Carolyn Bach, LexisNexis

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Professionalism + Leadership At Every Level, Research + Analysis, Information Management, Teaching + Training, 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.

    All AALL webinars feature live captioning services.

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    Ciél DeCastro, Global Customer Success Engineer, LexisNexis

    DeCastro has been with Lexis for over 21 years and has implemented SAML/SSO for customers since 2017. She is also the lead global customer success engineer for SAML/SSO implementations on a global basis and consults two other engineers on SSO. DeCastro has worked with large law, small law, corporate, government, and law school accounts for SAML/SSO requests and also continues to support Lexis's other suite of products.  


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    Dave DiCicco, Senior Director Product Management, LexisNexis

    DiCicco is a Fastcase 50 Award winner from the Class of 2020. He has worked for LexisNexis for over 20 years, dating back to his last semester at the University of Dayton School of Law, and extending from his early days as a software test engineer to currently working with customers to develop LexisNexis API solutions. DiCicco has led the Lexis® for Microsoft® Office product team since 2010. Meeting with clients to develop user stories and working with LexisNexis tech and sales teams puts him right in the middle of the transformation of APIs as the next generation of research information solutions.


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    Carla Rydholm, Senior Director of Product Management

    As senior director of product management, Rydholm leads Lex Machina’s efforts to understand and prioritize bringing legal analytics to new areas of the law and creating new features to delight our users. She previously practiced public interest law with nonprofit advocacy organizations and worked on academic policy projects involving the intersection of law and science. Rydholm earned a JD from Duke University, where she co-founded the Duke Journal for Law & Social Change. She also earned a PhD from Duke in microbial evolution and a BSc from the University of British Columbia.

  • Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 09/06/2022 at 3:00 PM (CDT)

    Do you use government information? The U.S. Government Publishing Office’s (GPO) FDLP Task Force on a Digital Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP Task Force) wants to hear from you! Find out what the report of the FDLP Task Force recommends and what changes may be coming to our depository libraries—with plenty of time for your input and ideas. Moderator Rob Mead (Washington State Library) will join AALL and task force members Jennifer Morgan (Indiana U Maurer School of Law), Rich Leiter (Nebraska College of Law Schmid Law Library), and Scott Matheson (Yale Law Library) for a brief overview overview of the draft report, and then open it up for discussion and feedback.

    Do you use government information? The U.S. Government Publishing Office’s (GPO) FDLP Task Force on a Digital Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP Task Force) wants to hear from you! Find out what the report of the FDLP Task Force recommends and what changes may be coming to our depository libraries—with plenty of time for your input and ideas. Moderator Rob Mead (Washington State Library) will join AALL and task force members Jennifer Morgan (Indiana U Maurer School of Law), Rich Leiter (Nebraska College of Law Schmid Law Library), and Scott Matheson (Yale Law Library) for a brief overview overview of the draft report, and then open it up for discussion and feedback. The FDLP Task Force also invites your individual comments on the report at https://www.fdlp.gov/project/task-force-digital-federal-depository-library-program

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

    MODERATORS:

    • Rob Mead, Washington State Law Library
    • Jennifer Morgan, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
    • Ric Leiter, Nebraska College of Law Schmid Law School
    • Scott Matheson, Yale Law Library

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

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  • Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 08/23/2022 at 2:00 PM (CDT)

    In 2019, AALL members presented a comprehensive analysis of litigation analytics platforms, focusing on the federal court analytics tools available then. This webinar will provide an update to that data, but presenters will focus on the state court analytics market that has significantly grown in the last three years.

    In 2019, AALL members presented a comprehensive analysis of litigation analytics platforms, focusing on the federal court analytics tools available then. This webinar will provide an update to that data, but presenters will focus on the state court analytics market that has significantly grown in the last three years. 


    TARGET AUDIENCE:

    Primarily researchers who use litigation analytics tools and department heads that need to know what is worth the cost; also valuable to those who teach litigation analytics. 

    TAKEAWAYS:

    1. Gain understanding of the current platforms for state and federal court analytics.
    2. Learn the nuances of state court analytics for conducting your own evaluations.
    3. Plan for future technology acquisitions with updates from the vendors on development pipelines

    SPEAKERS:

    • Jeremy Sullivan, DLA Piper

    SPEAKER/COORDINATOR:

    • Diana Koppang, Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP

    AALL BODY OF KNOWLEDGE DOMAINS: Research + Analysis

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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.

    All AALL webinars feature live captioning services. Please contact elearning@aall.org by August 9, 2022 if you have additional accessibility requests.

    Diana Koppang is the Director of Research & Competitive Intelligence at Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP in Chicago. In this role she directs a team of research analysts who manage all research, competitive intelligence, alerts, and knowledge management initiatives for the firm. Diana has presented at conferences for the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), the Chicago Association of Law Libraries (CALL), Northwestern Law & Technology Initiative, ALM Legal Tech Show, Chicago Bar Association, Best Practices & Management Strategies for Law Firm Library, Research & Information Services (Ark), and the Patent Information Users Group (PIUG). Diana has served in leadership roles for CALL, AALL, and the Private Law Librarians and Information Professionals section of AALL. She currently serves on the Knowledge Management Advisory Board for Bloomberg Law. Diana was named to the 2020 Fastcase 50 list for legal tech innovators for her work in analyzing the litigation analytics market. Diana holds an M.S. in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

    Jeremy Sullivan is the national Manager of Competitive Intelligence & Analytics for DLA Piper LLP US. At DLA Piper, Jeremy and his team conduct in-depth research on current and prospective firm clients, peer firms and the legal market and industries of all sizes . Jeremy has spent more than a quarter century working in various research and management roles for 5 different AmLaw 100 law firms. He has served on the PLLIP board and is the current Vice President/President-Elect of NOCALL. Jeremy earned his MLIS from San Jose State University in 2000.