The National Executive meets monthly. We welcome all members and potential members at the meetings.Read more »
A reminder that Margaret Greville is busy working on the new edition of her legal research book and has mentioned that she is still interested in feedback.Read more »
VALA2014 is streaming with possibilities. The 17th Biennial Conference and Exhibition is the must-attend event for specialists, managers and leading edge thinkers working in information and technology in the GLAM sectors. It is expected to attract 1,500 participants to Melbourne from 3-6 February 2014.
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The CPC, David Noble, has provided helpful Notes from the talk that he delivered to members immediately before the NZLLA AGM on 13 November 2013.Read more »
Jean O'Grady (DLA Piper USA Director of Research Services/Libraries) has kindly provided a copy of the presentation she delivered at the ALLA Conference 2013, as mentioned in my report.Read more »
The New Zealand Law Librarians Association held their Annual General Meeting today and we are very pleased to announce the new National Executive for 2013-2014.Read more »
The New Zealand Law Librarians’ Association will be holding their annual general meeting for 2013 on 13 November at 1.05pm.Read more »
The New Zealand Law Librarians Association is calling for nominations for positions on our National Executive for the 2013/2014 yearRead more »
The NZLLA is pleased to announce that Averil McLean and Therese Duffin have been awarded sponsorship funding to assist with the cost of attending the ALLA Conference in Sydney in September.
All applications received were of a very high standard and the National Executive thanks applicants for their efforts. Averil and Therese will present reports on the conference in due course, and it is great that they are making themselves available to represent the NZLLA at this event.
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A message from the President, Anne PatonRead more »
The National Executive meets monthly. We welcome all members and potential members.Read more »