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Webinar: Public Library Webinar Series (Pro Bono Net 2012)

In the fall of 2012 Pro Bono Net produced the Libraries and Access to Justice Webinar Series to increase awareness among librarians and community stakeholders about free, online resources for people with legal needs, how librarians can access and utilize ...

SRLN Brief: Academic Law Library - Public Library Partnerships (SRLN 2015)

SRLN Brief: Academic Law Library- Public Library Partnerships (SRLN 2015)

As noted in the American Association of Law Libraries Access to Justice White Paper, legal research instruction has always been core to academic librarianship. One role for academic law librarians in promoting access to justice is to provide training to p ...

Report: Public Libraries and Access to Justice (Richard Zorza, Future Trends in State Courts 2010)

Report: Public Libraries and Access to Justice (Richard Zorza, Future Trends in State Courts 2010)

Courts are working with public libraries to provide court-related information to self-represented litigants. The Internet is a key component of this effort. The article can be accessed here: http://cdm16501.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/accessfair ...

Report: Public Libraries and Access to Justice (SRLN 2010)

Report: Public Libraries and Access to Justice (SRLN 2010)

These are the materials from a conference held in January 2010 on Public Libraries and Access to Justice. The full set of conference materials can be accessed here. best practices Public Libraries United States Jan 2010 Austin Conf.pdf Self-Represented Li ...

SRLN Brief: The Case for Public Library Services for   the Self-Represented: An Opportunity to   Enhance Access to Justice for All (SRLN 2008)

SRLN Brief: The Case for Public Library Services for the Self-Represented: An Opportunity to Enhance Access to Justice for All (SRLN 2008)

This advocacy piece is designed as part of a series by the SRLN to make the case to a variety of stakeholders of the value of innovation in support of access for the self-represented. Law Libraries United States Case for Law Libraries.doc Self-Represented ...

Conference: Public Libraries and Access to Justice Conference (SRLN 2010)

Conference: Public Libraries and Access to Justice Conference (SRLN 2010)

Teams from 15 states participated in a train-the-trainer conference for public librarians and their court and legal paid partners in Austin, Texas on how public libraries can improve access to online information at libraries. These teams were selected fro ...

Report: Law Libraries and Access to Justice. A Special Report of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Access to Justice Special Committee (AALL 2014)

This white paper is the work of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL’s) 2013-2014 Access to Justice Special Committee, chaired by Sara Galligan, and explores how all types of law libraries- including private; state, court and county; and academ ...

Report: Law Libraries and Access to Justice. A Special Report of the American Association of Law Libraries Access to Justice Special Committee (AALL 2014)

This white paper is the work of AALL's 2013-2014 Access to Justice Special Committee, chaired by Sara Galligan, and explores how all types of law libraries- including private; state, court and county; and academic- contribute to the ATJ movement. The ...

Webinar: SRLN/SCCLL Access to Justice Webinar Series II/II - Best Practices for Court, County, and Government Law Libraries (SRLN 2015)

Webinar: SRLN/SCCLL Access to Justice Webinar Series II/II- Best Practices for Court, County, and Government Law Libraries (SRLN 2015)

Tuesday, March 24, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Eastern Panelists: Sara Galligan, Joan Bellistri, and Janine Liebert Moderator: James Durham   Program Description: As we claim our role in alleviating the justice gap, law librarians provide unique services for self-re ...

Webinar: SRLN/SCCLL A2J Webinar I/II - Access to Justice: Who’s Your Partner and Where Are You Going? (SRLN/SCCLL 2015)

Webinar: SRLN/SCCLL A2J Webinar I/II- Access to Justice: Who’s Your Partner and Where Are You Going? (SRLN/SCCLL 2015)

Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Eastern Panelists: Sara Galligan, Terrye Conroy Moderator: James Durham           Program Description: Partnerships are essential ways of doing business for law librarians in all types of libraries. This access to just ...