Works of literature are often rediscovered when they find their way to a new medium. When Netflix adapted Nella Larsen’s 1929 classic novel Passing into a hit series for the small screen, a new generation of readers was found for this seminal yet still timely novel. The LLAGNY Book Club became part of that new […]
While Martin Scorsese’s latest film, Killers of the Flower Moon, has renewed interest once again in the history of the Osage people…. Did you know that….
.. the definitive history of the Osage People , is available as an eBook @ NYLI…?
You probably know that November is Native American Heritage Month….
But did […]
The LLAGNY Book Club Meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 28h @ 6 p.m. at The New York Law Institute (120 Broadway / 9th Floor – Rm. 932/NY NY 10271. The book to be discussed is This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub.
RSVP by email to Jill Gray == firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at The New York Law Institute!
NYLI will close at 2:00PM on Wednesday November 22nd and will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 23rd and 24th, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. We here at the New York Law Institute wish you a happy holiday!
LLAGNY’s Graphic Novel Book Group will meet at noon via Zoom on Thursday November 16th . We will discuss Fables : the deluxe edition, book two by Bill Willingham (also available at NYPL). Please see our LibGuide for past and upcoming titles.
Please contact, Eileen Dolan at edolan@NYLI.org to be added to the meeting.
LLMC Digital State Materials, with a focus on New York and other States of Interest
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 […]
While the American Thanksgiving holiday began during Colonial times and was officially established in November by President Lincoln, the spirit of giving is also part of humanity’s tradition of trying to improve society….
Tottenville Library – established by a grant from Andrew Carnegie… a well known philanthropist and library benefactor. NYPL Public Domain […]
If you were unable to join us for last week’s webinar in our NYLI Skills Series: How to Customize Canva, you can still check out the session in this 27-minute video where you will learn the ins and outs of how to customize Canva including:
How to Search for Templates […]
New York Legal Librarians Fall Roundtable meetup
by Brooke Raymond
Cooley LLP’s Hudson Yards office was the meeting point of a law librarians roundtable get together on October 12, 2023 focusing on 21st century cataloguing best practices as well as showcasing the library portal as a knowledge management and information hub. Soutron Global moderated the event […]