RESEARCH + ANALYSIS
Keeping Your Seat at the Table: Finding Guidance in a Flash to Support Your Firm as a Trusted Partner (Thomson Reuters Partner Webinar)
As firms transition from remote work to hybrid or fully in-person working models, librarians are reinventing themselves and doing more to advise and support their firms. As their roles evolve, so must their resources. Staying on top of current market trends in law and practice can be streamlined with the help of Practical Law, a go-to legal guidance resource for the go-to person at the firm.
How To Use Company Analytics To Support Law Firm Growth Strategies (Thomson Reuters Partner Webinar)
In today’s world, it’s not enough to make decisions for your client, case, or business by relying on intuition and experience alone. From business development and information professionals to litigators and support staff, company and industry analytics can support driving business development and building litigation strategies. To do this effectively, you need best-in-class company data AND best-in-class docket data. With the addition of company data to Westlaw, Litigation Analytics will be the most comprehensive and intuitive analytics solution. Get answers to questions like, who is my competition and how can I differentiate myself to gain business, or what potential new clients align with my firm’s expertise and location?
Prepared to Practice? Data and Insights from Law Students and Practitioners (Bloomberg Law Partner Webinar)
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.
Cracking the Code of Current Technologies - API, SSO, SAML, and Data Analytics (LexisNexis Partner Webinar)
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.
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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.
Restatement of the Law of the American Indians: A 10-Year Effort to Include Native Americans in the American Law Institute and Justice Innovations
Join in this program which will address the development and modification of the draft Restatement to reflect diverse experiences, from both public and private law backgrounds, as well as from tribal, state, and federal backgrounds and the changing jurisprudence from courts.
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This program has two purposes. The first is to support and stimulate scholarly writing in our profession. Many law librarians must publish as part of their work, others publish to advance our profession. These law librarians, and the works they produce, are important. The other purpose is to expose interested librarians in the best scholarship produced in the year, and to inform those interested about the process of scholarly writing.
(Re)Searching for Justice: Teaching Critical and Alternative Legal Research to Aspiring Social Justice Lawyers
This session will include an introduction to and description of course content, a discussion of ways to gain the support of administrators, and reflections on teaching these courses.
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Keeping up with the changes in legal practice and the business of law are a critical and aggravating part of practicing law. Managing information overload is critical for today's practitioners and news can be an integral part of meeting that need. Speakers will provide a checklist for evaluating news aggregators, show the criteria in action, demonstrate curating news for a more targeted product, and identify effective uses for disseminating curated news.
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With increasing availability of electronic court records, how can librarians meet the data demands of faculty, attorneys, and government stakeholders who are seeking to make data-based decisions? This program will introduce several different sources of bulk court records (including CourtListener’s RECAP, SCALES-OKN, PACER itself, and for-profit vendors) and present the basics of designing a data project, even without extensive technical expertise.
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