The New York Law Institute will close at 2:00 PM on Friday, September 2nd and will be closed on Monday, September 5, 2022 in observance of the Labor Day national holiday. NYLI will reopen at 9 AM on Tuesday the 6th of September.
American Library Association much awaited Fall/Winter 2023 New & Noteworthy Titles Catalogue has arrived — and NYLI’s own Ellyssa Valenti Kroski has a full page of offerings !Click here for catalogue — and check out page 18 for her listing which includes:
52 Ready-to-Use Gaming Programs for Libraries32 Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality Programs for […]
NYLI’s new hire — Senior Research Analyst Brooke Raymond — recently added to NYLI’s decor by sharing one of her own pieces of modern art….”Keep Calm — Ask A Librarian” — fashioned from an SLA tote-bag giveaway and beautifully framed by the team at Allerton — now graces the area near our reference desk.It’s […]
If you were unable to join us for yesterday’s inaugural webinar in our new NYLI Skills Series, How to Zoom Like a Pro you can still check out the session in this 25-minute video where you will learn the ins and outs of how to use Zoom from basic features such as meeting settings […]
Our colleagues at the Library of Congress always offer great — & FREE — webinars, and the sleepy month of August ends with their informed instructions on navigating Congress.gov….. Learn the basics — and what’s new! — on researching federal legislation….Mark your calendar for August 25th…. 2 p.m.And register by clicking here !! […]
Join us for our inaugural webinar in our new NYLI Skills Series which offers virtual learning opportunities for our members. In this 45-minute session participants will learn the ins and outs of how to use Zoom from basic features such as meeting settings to more advanced functionality such as avatars, whiteboards, annotation tools, […]
LLAGNY Book Club members met in Mid-June 2022 to discuss a novel that has been beloved since its publication in 1942, Betty Smith’s A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. ….
To read my full review on Law Lines, click here……
Title spelled out on a clothesline created by design team of Hurtte & Moog for the last […]
“Dog Days of Summer” phrase goes back to Ancient times, when Sirius the “dog star” and the brightest star visible from the earth, was credited with being responsible for the season’s hottest days. Sirius aligns itself with the sun on July 23rd; the 20 days before and after the alignment became termed […]
The term “Gerrymander” entered American political discourse in 1812, but the practice of drawing election districts to favor one constituency over another continues to the present day…..
Want to know more about the Gerrymander creature that undermines Democracy? ProQuest Congressional, included with NYLI membership, has a Gerrymandering page with links to:CRS reports on […]
LLMC & NYLI are at the top of the R & B (Records & Briefs) charts !
LLMC has been adding to its R & B Collection which now includes NY2d (1966-1984) and NY Appellate (1847-1956), 7th Circuit (1970s-1990s) , & select USSC Appellate Case Files of the U.S. […]