Date: Friday, May 16th 2014
Place: Gertrude’s, Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218
Cost: $25 per person. PayPal payment is preferred. You may also send a check addressed to “LLAM” to Bijal Shah at 1401 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201.
Parking: Free along North Charles Street. View driving directions HERE.
Celebrate the season with fellow LLAM members at Gertrude’s restaurant at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Take a self-directed tour of the museum and Cone Collection before enjoying an open bar and scrumptious hors d’oeuvres in the Sculpture Garden Pavilion.
This event supports Operation Paperback. Please donate money and/or books to help send books to American troops, veterans, and their families.
Event: ALL ACCESS to Access to Justice
Date: March 21st, 2014
Place: University of Baltimore School of Law
LLAM is sponsoring a day-long national conference for anyone interested in access to justice issues (A2J)!
Hosted by the University of Baltimore’s School of Law, the conference will offer practical programs given by speakers from across the country that develop A2J and impart knowledge about this core library value.
Law firm librarians, pro bono attorneys, public librarians, academic librarians, court librarians, and anyone else interested in A2J are encouraged to attend.
Registration options range from $25-80 and grants are available.
Date: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm EDT
Location: Capitol Hill*, Washington, D.C.
Who: Washington-area AALL members and local chapters, including LLAM, LLSDC,
SEAALL, VALL, and others who can visit D.C.
Join AALL President Steven P. Anderson, AALL’s Government Relations Office staff, local chapters, and AALL members at AALL’s second-annual Local Advocate Lobby Day on March 27.
Last year’s lobby day was such a success, we’re doing it again! At this full-day event, you’ll become an expert on our top priority issues and learn best practices for successful advocacy. Then, you’ll put your knowledge into practice, attending pre-scheduled meetings with your members of Congress and/or their staff to advocate for AALL’s policy positions.
According to a 2011 survey by the Congressional Management Foundation, 97 percent of congressional staff say that in-person visits from constituents have an influence on the member. As law librarians and members of AALL, you are experts who represent not only yourselves, but your profession, other librarians, and your patrons. Exercise your influence to make a difference for your libraries!
The Lobby Day is free of charge for all AALL members and chapter members. Breakfast, coffee, lunch and an afternoon snack will be provided. Participants will have the opportunity to visit area sites including the Library of Congress, Law Library of Congress, and Folger Shakespeare Library during afternoon free hours.
RSVP to Elizabeth Holland at email@example.com by March 1.
*Training will take place at a TBD location on Capitol Hill within close walking distance of the Senate and House Office Buildings, where lobby meetings will take place.
The Law Library Association of Maryland invites you to a
Holiday English Tea
Friday, December 6, 2013
at 17th Floor Bistro
100 Light Street, 17th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202
Join fellow LLAMers in viewing the magnificent Baltimore Inner Harbor at a festive Holiday English Tea complete with sweets, savories, wines and sherry.
Special Offer: Invite a non-member friend or colleague and get your second registration fee at half price.
Tickets: $25.00 per person ($12.50 for a non-member guest)
You may pay by check. Make the check payable to “LLAM” and mail to
University of Baltimore Law Library
1401 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
We hope to see you there!
Kate Martin, LLAM Program Chair
Hear the Honorable Irma S. Raker speak on
“Everything you need to know about Maryland Pattern Jury Instructions”
November 6, 2013 at 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Anne Arundel Circuit Court Library, Room 303
7 Church Circle
Annapolis MD 21401
A dynamic speaker, Judge Raker will recount her 30 years chairing the committee producing the popular Maryland criminal and civil pattern jury instruction books.
These books are relied on by judges across the state and cited by attorneys for their succinctness, clarity and attention to detail. Retired Chief Judge Bell calls them “of paramount importance to the court.”
The Honorable Irma Raker, a distinguished jurist and legal pioneer, was the second woman appointed to the Maryland Court of Appeals. She currently chairs the MD Access to Justice Commission and works in private mediation.
An open Q-and-A session about her illustrious legal career will follow the talk.
RSVP to Kate Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org, 240-777-9121.