AALL has published its 13th Salary Survey which the AALL Press Release describes as “ the only comprehensive, comparative salary information designed by and for legal information professionals at law schools, law firm/corporate law offices and government law libraries. “

In recent weeks there has been a rash of positive stories about the demand

AALL  has Released the Executive Board Member Election Results:
VICE PRESIDENT / PRESIDENT-ELECT
(JULY 2017 – JULY 2018)
Femi Cadmus
Edward Cornell Law Librarian, Associate Dean for Library Services,
& Professor of Practice 
Cornell University Law Library
Ithaca, NY
 SECRETARY
(July 2017 – July 2020)
Luis Acosta
Law Library of Congress
Chief, Foreign, Comparative,

Today the American Association of Law Libraries announced the adoption of a new logo that combines the organization’s acronym with a new tagline “your legal knowledge network.”

According to the  press release “AALL’s new brand supports its strategic goals to foster knowledge, community, and leadership.” “Today, legal information services and the role of the law

The PLL Summit is still going strong. It  has grown from an experiment born of the financial crisis  and the “new normal” in law firms which was hammering law firms into  a “must attend” program for private firm librarians and information professionals who want to stay on the “cutting edge” of issues impacting their firms.


The American Association of Law Libraries has launched an online information center dedicated to promoting its new  Principles and Standards for Legal Research Competency within the legal profession. One of the most important aspects of  “the principles” is that they are a strong antidote to the increasing risk of malpractice which arises from the “everything on the Internet myth.” 

 
NY Times Mar. 20, 1969
Several weeks ago I wrote a post about the lawsuit brought by the researchers at Newsweek who in 1970 figured out that they had been hired into a “female ghetto” of research, which was valued less than the “male” role of reporting . It was also a position