“Indo-Pacific Strategies and International Law.”
The Research Forum aims to provide a forum for academics, private practitioners, and government attorneys to present works-in-progress across the spectrum of international and transnational law issues related to the Asia-Pacific.
“Defending Democracy.” Programs include Law in the Americas, Comparative Law, Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples, National Security Law, European Law, Global Engagement, and International Human Rights.
At LibLearnX, library professionals at all levels can take part in a conference experience that will provide ultimate learning benefits. Attendees will participate in hands-on workshops, bite-size sessions, and other formats designed to match preferred learning styles with an emphasis on experiential learning. Be inspired and motivated by thought-leaders, authors, and subject matter experts, and celebrate your colleagues and favorite authors at the Award ceremonies. Featured speakers include Michele Norris and Antonia Hylton.
The aim of the Legal Reference materials course is to introduce the structure of the legal system in the UK and use of key legal information sources. The course runs online over two mornings or afternoons – it is our intention to alternate. It covers the theory of the English legal system, legislation, case law and practical legal research experience.
The focus is on the law of England and Wales, but some consideration is given to the devolved nations.
“Library Futures and Wildest Dreams.” Coming out of challenging times, libraries have the opportunity to create their own exciting futures with technology, partnerships, passion and commitment. Computers in Libraries 2024 highlights innovative examples of libraries innovating, taking advantage of leading technology, creating wild dreams, and making them happen in their communities.
“International Law in an Interdependent World.”
“Building for the Future.”
Location not yet determined.
The 2024 Teaching the Teachers conference will focus on evidence-based instructional strategies and instructional design. Taught by law librarians for law librarians, this program will be a hands-on learning opportunity where we will leverage our collective teaching experience to enhance our work in the legal research classroom and revise/prepare materials for our teaching with guidance from experts. Every program will have an interactive component. Attendance is application-based.