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Registration for the SEAALL 2022 Conference is now open! Fill out our registration form here or select any of the sessions to the right.

The Conference will have four 2-hour sessions spread over two weeks on April 5th, 7th, 12th, and 14th from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm. Each session will have a pre-conference meetup hosted by the Local Arrangements Committee from 11:30-12:00 to kick off the day. You can register for each session indiviually when you register and Zoom links for the event and pre-event will be sent before the conference.

See the Program schedule below. Updates on the pre-conference meetups coming soon!

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April 5th All times Eastern.      
11:30am-12:00

12pm(Noon)- 1pm

  1pm – 2pm  

SEAALL Social Time

Theme: Recover

OPENING:

Recovering With Mindfulness for Law Librarians

Filippa M. Anzalone, Professor and Associate Dean for Library and Technology Services, Boston College Law School

60 min.
 

Building Collections with a Racial Justice or Social Justice Focus

Nicholas Stump, Electronic & Faculty Services Librarian, West Virginia University Law Library

20 min.

Creating a Bluebook Bootcamp

Alex Clay Hutchings, Research and Student Services Librarian, University of Richmond School of Law

30 min.

April 7th      
11:00am-12:00 12pm(Noon)- 1pm   1pm – 2pm  
 

11:00 AM – 11:30 AM Mindfulness for Law Librarians WRAP-UP

Due to an IT/zoom issue the SEAALL Annual Meeting’s opening session with Filippa Anzalone on Mindfulness for Law Librarians was cut short. Filippa has very graciously and generously agreed join us again on Thursday at 11am EST to finish her amazing presentation. Please join us. Even if you didn’t get to come to the first session you won’t want to miss it.

11:30 - 12:00

SEAALL Social Time

Theme: Refocus

Law Student Awareness and Use of Closed Captions

Will Monroe, Assistant Director for Instructional Technology, LSU Law Library

20 min.

Exploring Advanced Legal Research: What Should It Be?

Joyce Manna Janto, Director of Public and Instructional Services, University of Richmond School of Law

30 min.

So You Want to Teach Law Practice Technology?

Kathleen “Katie” Brown - Associate Dean for Information resources, Charleston School of Law

Amy Emerson - Assistant Dean for Library and Information Services & Associate Professor of Law Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Nichelle Perry, Library Director, North Carolina Central University School of Law

Stacey L. Rowland, Clinical Associate Professor of Law, Assistant Director for Collection & Technology Services, University of North Carolina School of Law

Tanya Thomas - Research and Instructional Technology Librarian Maryland Carey Law’s Thurgood Marshall Law Library

Jennifer Wondracek, Director of Law Library & Professor of Legal Research and Writing, Capital University Law School

60 min.

 
April 12th      
11:30am-12:00 12pm(Noon)- 1pm   1pm – 2pm  
 

SEAALL Social Time

Theme: Reconnect

Reconnecting with Difficult Patrons

Carly Roché, Reference Librarian, University of Baltimore School of Law

20 min.

Going Remote: How We Developed a Hybrid ALR Class to Better Serve Students During the Pandemic

Aimee Pittman, Reference Librarian, LSU Law Library

Todd Venie, Director, LSU Law Library

Melissa Strickland, Associate Director for Public Services, LSU Law Library

30 min.

PeMento: Making the Case for a Spicy New Version of Mentoring

Ashley Krenelka Chase, Associate Director, Stetson University College of Law

Lindsay Cronk, Assistant Dean, Scholarly Resources and Curation, University of Rochester

Rachel Fleming, Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Maurini Strub, Director of Performance & User Engagement, University of Rochester.

30 min.

Level Up Your Student Work Force

Michelle Cosby, Director of the Law Library, Temple Law

20 min.

April 14th      
11:30am-12:00 12pm(Noon)- 1pm   1pm – 2pm  
 

SEAALL Social Time

Theme: Represent

The Value of Professional Development and Service within Your Organization

Austin Williams, Interim Director of the Law Library, Georgetown University Law Center

20 min.

Working with Open Educational Resources: Nuts and Bolts

Stephen Wolfson, Associate Director for Research and Copyright Services;

Savanna Nolan, Instruction and Faculty Services Librarian;

Amy Taylor, Clinical Services and Research Librarian, University of Georgia

30 min.

Do Law Schools Have an Ethical Obligation to Provide Skills-based Legal Technology Instruction?

Jessica de Perio Wittman, Director of the Law Library, University of Connecticut School of Law

Katie Brown, Assoc. Dean for Information Science, Charleston School of Law

30 min.

CLOSING:

AALL Board Member, Treasurer Cornell Winston

20 min.



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