2014 AALL Annual Meeting Travel and Expenses Grant

Are you thinking about attending this year’s meeting in San Antonio? Do you need financial assistance related to air fare, hotel and/or registration costs?

SNELLA is now taking applications for the 2014 AALL Annual Meeting Travel and Expenses Grant. Applications and guidelines are available on SNELLA’s Scholarship page.

Number of Awards: 1
Award Amount: $1000.00
Application Deadline: Monday, May 26, 2014

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2014 AALL Chapter Registration Grant

SNELLA members are invited to apply for a grant from the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) to attend its annual meeting in San Antonio, TX on July 12-15, 2014. It is the intent that the award is presented to newer members of AALL.

AALL underwrites full registration for its chapters on a rotational basis, and this is our year. You must be an AALL and SNELLA member to receive this grant. Any fees for functions or programs that are not included in the full registration are the responsibility of the attendee.

A completed application must be received by SNELLA by Tuesday, May 20, 2014.

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2014 Annual Dinner – June 12th

The SNELLA Annual Dinner will be held on Thursday, June 12th at 6:30 p.m. The dinner will be held at Vazzy’s in Bridgeport. Please see the announcement below for all the details.

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SNELLA at the Connecticut Library Assn Conference

SNELLA will, as in the past, be an exhibitor at the 2014 Connecticut Library Association Annual Conference scheduled for April 28-29 in Cromwell.  Please attend if you’re able. Stop by and visit the SNELLA booth and also enjoy a great education program on the Litchfield Law School, presented by Jason Eiseman and Jordan Jefferson from Yale Law Library and Linda Hocking of the Litchfield Historical Society

Monday, April 28 AFTERNOON
Hacking the Litchfield Law School

In 1774, Tapping Reeve’s first law student arrived in Litchfield, Connecticut, launching an institution that educated vice presidents, Supreme Court justices, senators, congressmen and governors. Yet its influence on American law is largely left unstudied. Join Linda Hocking of the Litchfield Historical Society and Jason Eiseman and Jordan Jefferson of the Yale Law School Library as they discuss how the Litchfield Notebooks Project has created challenges and opportunities in the areas of preservation, research, and technology and provided access to materials that will enable researchers to develop new understanding of the role of early legal education. Sponsored by the CBA Law Libraries section

Additional details about the conference, including a complete description of all events and activities, are available at:

Thanks to Jon Stock for the info!

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