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The New York Law Institute (NYLI) is delighted to announce that Karen Oesterle has been named Head of Reference, succeeding Ralph Caiazzo, retiring this month.
Karen joined NYLI as a Research Librarian in May 2015 with over 25 years of experience selling books, eBooks, and Digital Libraries with Matthew Bender and LexisNexis. Karen completed her […]
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Optimize your records and briefs research with LLMC-Digital
The Library of the New York Law Institute offers web-based training sessions to help you discover new resources and enhance your research with LLMC-Digital, an extensive archive of historical primary and specialized legal materials covering the U.S. federal and state governments, the British […]
Ralph Caiazzo, Head of Reference at The New York Law Institute, retires on Friday, October 26th after over four decades of dedicated service the Institute, its members, and the law library community.
His knowledge of the NYLI collection is second to none. And, he has been instrumental in helping to build The New York Law […]
Happy Halloween season everyone! Give yourself a scare and check out these Halloween-related eBooks from our collection!
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The New York Law Institute Announces Emily M. Moog as new Research Librarian
(New York, NY – October 23, 2018) The New York Law Institute (NYLI), a membership law library, has announced that former Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP librarian, Emily M. Moog will join the Institute as its new […]
The New York Law Institute now offers members a variety of resources and services including 2 eBooks collections providing access to over 160,000 eBook titles. We offer the entire West Academic Nutshells series in eBook format, hundreds of ABA titles, and Mathew Bender legal treatises. We also offer access to valuable electronic resources such as […]
For the first time, the Library of Congress is providing Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports to the public. The reports are available online at crsreports.congress.gov. Created by experts in CRS, the reports present a legislative perspective on topics such as agriculture policy, counterterrorism operations, banking regulation, veteran’s issues and much more.
October 17th @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Eastern
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The Library of the New York Law Institute offers web-based training sessions to help you discover new resources and enhance your research with Proquest Congressional, the premier electronic service for access to the activities and publications of the United […]
The Kitchen Sisters have launched a new series — The Keepers — stories of activist archivists, rogue librarians, curators, collectors and historians. Keepers of the culture and the cultures and collections they keep. Guardians of history, large and small. Protectors of the free flow of information and ideas.
Read more here.