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“Addressing the Changing Legal Landscape.” Legalweek is where legal professionals gather to network with their peers, dive deeper into their professional development, explore topics and strategies tailored specifically to their role, and gain the tools to get legal business done. Topics include ESG, the Future of Law, Robotic Process Automation Cyber Security, Data Privacy, eDiscovery, Contract Lifecycle Management, and deep dives of the latest in legal technology. Headline keynote speaker is Don Lemon of CNN.
Creating Free Spaces. Hosted by the Federal Union of German Library and Information Associations (BID). The 8th German Library Congress is also the 110th Deutscher Bibliothekartag (German Librarians’ Conference).
North America region. Local host organizations OhioNET and OhioLINK.
In-person and virtual options.
“Personalizing International Law.” the Annual Meeting will focus on how international law is experienced personally, including the interaction of individuals with international law in their daily lives and who is prioritized in the public and private application of international law. Thematic tracks include International Law Beyond the State, the Competing Values of International Law, and International Law in the Information Age.
2022 Teaching the Teachers Conference for Law Librarians. Attendance is limited to 40 people. Attendance is application-based. The Saturday session will be devoted to a small workshop for newer teachers to develop materials for their teaching. the program includes sessions on Creating Effective Visual Materials for Teaching, Managing Difficult Conversations in the Classroom, and Delivering Effective Student Feedback.
“Leading the Way/ À l’avant-garde.”