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About Emily Moog

Emily Moog is a Research Librarian at The New York Law Institute. Her career started as a page at The New York Public Library and she has worked for more than two decades as a law librarian in NYC, working at Cleary Gottlieb, Paul Weiss, and most recently at Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP. Emily served on the LLAGNY Board, and is a frequent contributor to its newsletter, “Law Lines”. Emily's interest include legal research, New York City history and anything a little obscure!

Election Results are in… NYLI has a new Board !!

The New York Mayoral Primary wasn’t the only
important election this June….

The New
York Law Institute is proud to announce: 

Paul Michalski, Hon. Elizabeth Stong and David Rein were
elected to three-year terms for Board of Directors for
the class of 2024.

The following individuals were elected
officers of NYLI: Stewart
Wurtzel – Chair; Hon.
Elizabeth Stong – Treasurer; Anthony Amabile – Secretary.  Mr.
Wurtzel is our first chair from a smaller […]

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Rev. Beecher & his BF’s Wife….

The classic love triangle of Beecher, his best friend Tilton and Tilton’s wife Elizabeth pushed post-Civil War issues of reconstruction off the front pages for almost three years.

NYLI’s Evarts Medallion!

New York Times (February 5, 1875)

A storied New England family of authors, preachers and social reformers would be divided. And some […]

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Getting Your Virtual Summers Ready — A LibGuide for the Busy Librarian !!

Check out our LibGuide for the Busy Librarian — advice on teaching legal research, online meetings, gamification, & reviews of software products for librarians.

For Summer Associates — resume writing, job resources, communication tips. and making Summer 2021 the one that launches your legal career.

NYLI e-Books….. research, […]

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NY Gov Impeached… William Sulzer in 1913….

Not even serving a year, William Sulzer was the first — and so far only — New York Governor to be impeached.

What was Sulzer’s crime?

William Sulzer was found guilty by the New York State Assembly of filing false campaign contributions and using $40,000 of monies collected to play the stock market…

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Trusts & Estates LibGuide now available !

What are the latest Federal Tax regulations regarding estates? Need New York Probate Forms? Information on all 50 States Estate Laws? Are you researching your family tree — and want some free alternatives? What T & E print & eBooks are available to NYLI members ?

For answers to these & […]

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And the ZOOM couplet winner is…..

We can’t hear you, You’re on muteTurn on your camera, I’m sure you look cute— Stacey Pilson

The New York Law Institute was happy to once again celebrate National Poetry Month and National Library Week with a couplet contest. And we hope it helped bring our librarian community together by sharing fun during […]

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Celebrate Library week with a Crossword Puzzle !!

Real & fictional librarians! Historical Librarians! –Librarian poets, Librarian writers… & some librarians you know are all there !!

Here’s the Link….

** answers lead to the quote that answers the question
“Advice NOT followed by Librarians”…

Celebrate Library Week…. & celebrate the great work you do !!

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In Honor of Poetry Month… & Library Week… a contest & donation to support Law Librarians!!

The Academy of American Poets established April as poetry month way back in 1996, to help remind the public that poetry matters . Now in its 25th year, the association has posted 25 ways to celebrate poetry in your home and online .

The New York Law Institute will celebrate poetry month with a […]

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Women’s History Month @ NYLI… Historical Docs & up to date bios!!

March into learning more about women’s history this month — particularly the history of Women’s suffrage– by exploring NYLI’s eBook & print collections .. & membership access to LLMC .

While the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote was ratified in 1920, the territory of Wyoming passed full voting rights in 1869. […]

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Black History Month — Learn more at NYLI !!

Black History month has its roots in the founding of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History in 1915 . By 1926, National Negro Week was established and interest in African American History grew along with the Civil Rights movement. In […]

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