New at NYLI

LLMC-Digital Webinar

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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 […]

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LLAGNY Deliberate Solos evening CLE program at NYLI

Fundamentals of Cross-Border Taxation: Old and New Rules

NY CLE Program

February 19, 2020

6:00-7:00 p.m.

New York Law Institute 120 Broadway

Room 932

Speakers: William M. Funk, Esq.

Christos Pamboukes, Esq.

Many attorneys completely eschew discussing tax issues with clients, but identifying the presence of tax issues can be a benefit to clients even if they do not perform the full […]

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Great Snakes! LLAGNY Graphic Novel Club discusses Tintin !!

Law Library Association’s Graphic Novel Club went classic with a discussion of 3 Tin-Tin adventures !

Attendees found much to discuss about an over 80+ year old European comic strip character — Tintin !! The stories captivated members with charming illustrations, clever use of language, puns, and the adorable naif that is […]

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Data Visualizations Hot Topic Spotlight

Compiled by Lucy Curci-Gonzalez
Data Visualizations and Infographics

Mauldin, Sarah K. C.

Graphics which visually represent data or complex ideas are oftentimes easier for people to understand and digest than standalone statistics. A map shaded with different colors to represent religious affiliations or income levels enables researchers to quickly identify trends and patterns. New free tools and […]

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Divorce, 1850s Style!

 

Celebrity actor in contested divorce…. media taking sides…. crowds attending proceedings…mutual accusations of infidelity…prominent lawyers…landmark alimony settlement followed by a dispute over legal fees.  Sound familiar?

Well, if you were around in 1850s, it would!

Philadelphia native son and premier American Shakespearean actor Edwin Forrest attempted to obtain a divorce from wife Catherine through the Pennsylvania […]

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The Geek in Review – Ellyssa Valenti Kroski on Law Librarians in the Age of AI & a Hamilton Escape Room

NYLI’s Director of IT & Marketing Ellyssa Valenti Kroski was a guest on the latest Geek in Review podcast discussing her new book, Law Librarianship in the Age of AI and her Alexander Hamilton-themed escape room which she’ll be running at the Ark Group’s 14th annual Law Firm Library, Research & Information Services in […]

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The New York Law Institute Announces Eversheds Sutherland Librarian Added to Board

For immediate release

Contact: Lucy Curci-Gonzalez

Executive Director

212-732-9695

lcurcigonzalez@nyli.org 

The New York Law Institute Announces Eversheds Sutherland Librarian Added to Board

(New York, NY – December 20, 2019) The New York Law Institute (NYLI), a membership law library, has announced the newest member of their Board of Directors to be well-respected law librarian and Director of Research Services at Eversheds […]

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NYLI Involved in Presidential Impeachment Trial (The Andrew Johnson one, that is!!)

Before the Nixon Watergate scandals , Clinton impeachment and now Trump impeachment trials – one-time New York Law Institute President and founder of New York City – Bar Association William M. Evarts played a key role in the nation’s first impeachment trial – that of President Andrew Johnson […]

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Law Librarianship in the Age of AI

NYLI’s Director of Information Technology & Marketing, Ellyssa Kroski published Law Librarianship in the Age of AI in November with the ALA.  The edited work is written specifically for practicing law librarians who want to be at the forefront of information technology and law libraries and presents contributions from thought leaders such as […]

By |December 11th, 2019|New at NYLI, News from the Field|Comments Off on Law Librarianship in the Age of AI

NYLI Holiday Haiku Contest!

In the spirit of the holiday season, Emily Moog and Phoebe Hurtte created a fireplace for NYLI staff to gather round and read a few poems.   Now we’d like to have some haiku* poems to read. The most creative holiday haiku depicting law libraries, law books, legal tech, government documents, or law librarianship will […]

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