Virtual conference. “Caribbean Law Libraries in a ‘Post’ World: Realities and Possibilities.
Keynote addresses on How COVID-19 has Changed the Way Law is Practiced, and Time to Take Control. Other programs include How the Structure of Primary Law Affects its Use as Data, and Cracking the Code: Finding the Balance Between Technology and the Legal Researcher.
“ARCHIVES * RECORDS 2022.” Community engagement, learning and growth opportunities, and networking for the archives profession.
Free virtual webinars. Every Tuesday and Thursday in September, 90 minutes each. Most with simultaneous interpretation in Spanish and English. Topics on access to information and civil and human rights in Latin America and the Caribbean.
“Core Values & Evolving Roles of Legal Information and Information Professionals.” Stories from American and Chinese law libraries, and impacts of the pandemic.
“Archives: Bridging the Gap.” Contemporary societies are characterized more than ever by diversity a myriad of different communities, cultures, languages, institutions and technologies interact in a common space and make up our complex societies. Bridging the gap between global and local, public and private, centre and periphery, majority and minority, duties and rights, hi-tech and low-tech – to name a few – is key to the development of a society where all different components coexist and thrive. Keynote speakers include Judge Rosario Salvatore Aitala of the International Criminal Court.
“Against All Odds: Resilience of Libraries in a Post-Truth World.”
“U.S. and International Approaches to Law, Justice, and Technology: Learning from the Past and Strategies for the Future.” The conference will include a pre-conference program on art law, with a tour of Stanford’s collection. Keynote speaker is Corynne McSherry, Legal Director of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Other speakers include Carl Malamud, President of Public.Resource.Org. Daily sessions are under the general headings of Technology & Innovation; U.S. Law, and U.S. Approaches to International Law.
Access is Canada’s premier library technology conference bringing librarians, technicians, developers, programmers, and managers together to discuss cutting-edge library technologies.
“Here We Are 2022.” The past few years have been times of challenge, change and a sense of turmoil. The conference invites attendees to share ideas and reflections, to take the time and space on where we are.