NYLI News

AALL: The Other Legal Tech Conference

Robert Ambrogi writes for Law Sites about the best legal technology conferences to attend.
“Now I have another to add to my list of recommended legal tech conferences: the annual conference of the American Association of Law Libraries. In fact, I’d put it among those at the top of the list.

I’ve just returned from this […]

By |August 14th, 2017|News from the Field|Comments Off on AALL: The Other Legal Tech Conference

The Second Oldest Legal Profession: Law Librarians

Jean O’Grady, Sr. Director of Information, Research & Knowledge at DLA Piper US, LLP., NYLI Board member, and author of Dewey B Strategic writes for On Firmer Ground about The Second Oldest Legal Profession: Law Librarians: The Analytics and Algorithms of Change in the Legal C-Suite. Jean shares her impressions of this most recent […]

By |August 9th, 2017|News from the Field|Comments Off on The Second Oldest Legal Profession: Law Librarians

EDNY Luncheon Held at NYLI

On Monday, July 24th, NYLI hosted a luncheon for the summer interns and law clerks from the US Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York in Brooklyn.  The students and young lawyers were accompanied by EDNY bankruptcy Judge Elizabeth Stong, a member of NYLI’s board.   NYLI Executive Director conducted a tour of […]

By |August 7th, 2017|Announcements, New at NYLI|Comments Off on EDNY Luncheon Held at NYLI

Three Must-Have Legal Information Newsletters

Greg Lambert at 3 Geeks and a Law Blog discusses Two Must-Have Legal Information Newsletters – KnowItAALL & Lawtomatic. I would also add John DiGilio’s PinHawk Librarian Daily newsletter to that list of must-haves.

Read more here.

By |August 2nd, 2017|News from the Field|Comments Off on Three Must-Have Legal Information Newsletters

Now 160,000 eBooks at NYLI

We are always trying to anticipate the needs of our NYLI members and acquire sought after electronic resources that meet today’s sophisticated legal research needs.  To that end, we have increased our eBook holdings from 100,000 eBook titles to 160,000, all available now and free of charge to our members.  Access our eBooks.

By |July 31st, 2017|Announcements, New at NYLI|Comments Off on Now 160,000 eBooks at NYLI

NYLI Folks at AALL

Our Executive Director Lucy Curci-Gonzalez and Reference Librarian Karen Oesterle could both be found at our poster on the topic of Augmented Reality for Patron Engagement and Experiential Learning at this year’s AALL Annual conference.

By |July 26th, 2017|Announcements, New at NYLI|Comments Off on NYLI Folks at AALL

NYLI Quarterly News Snapshot

In case you missed our Summer newsletter, here it is!  Read the newsletter here!

By |July 24th, 2017|New at NYLI|Comments Off on NYLI Quarterly News Snapshot

Where Legal Problem Solvers Go to Solve Problems

Our Executive Director Lucy Curci-Gonzalez comes to you live from the 2017 AALL Annual conference in this intriguing video.

Watch the video here!

By |July 19th, 2017|Announcements, New at NYLI|Comments Off on Where Legal Problem Solvers Go to Solve Problems

NYLI at AALL with an Augmented Reality Poster

The New York Law Institute will have a poster at AALL Annual this year on the topic of Augmented Reality for Patron Engagement and Experiential Learning.  Please stop by and say hello, our Executive Director Lucy Curci-Gonzalez and Reference Librarian Karen Oesterle will both be there to answer questions.  Here’s a description of our poster:
Augmented […]

By |July 17th, 2017|Announcements, New at NYLI|Comments Off on NYLI at AALL with an Augmented Reality Poster

Do Lawyers and Law Students Have the Technical Skills to Meet the Needs of Future Legal Jobs?

Monica Goyal writes for Slaw about whether Lawyers and Law Students Have the Technical Skills to Meet the Needs of Future Legal Jobs.
“As technology is increasingly used within law practices to streamline legal processes and more efficiently deliver services to clients, an important question has arisen within legal professional and academic circles: Do lawyers […]

By |July 12th, 2017|News from the Field|Comments Off on Do Lawyers and Law Students Have the Technical Skills to Meet the Needs of Future Legal Jobs?