The New Zealand Law Librarians' Association supports and promotes the interests of legal information professionals in New Zealand.
Kirsten is a senior manager at PwC in Auckland. Kirsten manages the knowledge centre servicing the national tax practice. She has worked at PwC since 2005 and has been involved in a variety of work including legal and business research, database management, library maintenance, proofreading and editing client publications, and research skills training. Kirsten is Immediate Past President of the NZLLA.
Membership renewal forms for the 2015-2016 year are on the way out to all current members from today – if you do not receive your form please let us know at email@example.com and we’ll ensure one gets out to you! The National Executive are looking forward to another great year ahead including a Conference in September – we hope you’ll all be a part of the association for another year!
The National Executive meets monthly. We welcome all members and potential members at the meetings.
The NZLLA has offered funding for two members to participate in the ‘Emerging Leaders’ programme that has just commenced.
Caroline Anderson and Nicola Rawnsley’s applications for this sponsorship were successful.
The National Executive sponsorship panel are delighted that they are willing to put themselves forward for this experience.
Judi Eathorne-Gould from Otago University Library is the driving force behind getting resources onto the NZLII databases. She is always looking for more resources to enhance the existing collections - can you help?
Auckland University of Technology
10 and 11 September 2015
This year’s conference will be held in Auckland on 10 and 11 September. In this special year of significant anniversaries, our conference will give participants a great opportunity to reflect on aspects of legal heritage, rights, and the role of librarians; to learn and share; and to look to the future, while enjoying professional networking with colleagues at social events in the stunning environment of the Sir Paul Reeves Building at the Auckland University of Technology.
Details are now available here and registration is open! So, take a look at the programme and speaker information … and then start planning your trip to Auckland!
Anyone with an interest in law librarianship can apply to join the NZLLA.Become a Member
If you have any questions or feedback regarding the NZLLA and membership, please feel free to contact us.
New Zealand Law Librarians' Association
PO Box 25062
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