Session recaps from IALL 2014 in Buenos Aires

The Foreign, Comparative, and International Law Special Interest Group of the American Association of Law Libraries (FCIL-SIS) has published excellent recaps of some of the sessions that were part of the the 33rd Annual Course on International Law and Legal Information.

The recaps are available through their blog DipLawMatic Dialogues:

Jim Hart, IALL Opening Session Recap

Charles Bjork, IALL 2014 Annual Course Part I: Gender & Human Rights

Jim Hart, IALL Program Recap: The Struggle for Human Rights in Argentina

Jim Hart, IALL Program Recap: The Destruction of Literature and Librarians in Argentina during the Dictatorship

Charles Bjork, IALL Recap: Legal Research in Argentine Law

Teresa Miguel-Stearns, IALL Recap: Recent Developments in Access to Laws and Legal Information in Argentina

Michel Fraysse, International Association of Law Libraries 2014 à Buenos Aires

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