Target Audience: All law librarians who are interested in information policy and legislative advocacy
1) Participants will be able to identify and have the opportunity to discuss AALL policies on a variety of information and legislative issues that impact the Association and our members.
2) Participants will be able to list the top priorities and activities of the Copyright Committee, Digital Access to Legal Information Committee, Government Relations Committee, and Government Relations Office.
Director of AALL's Government Relations Office, Emily Feltren, will moderate an interactive conversation on AALL’s top policy priorities between the chairs of AALL’s three policy committees – the Copyright Committee, the Digital Access to Legal Information Committee, and the Government Relations Committee. The committee chairs will also report on the past year’s policy accomplishments and present their perspectives on issues likely to emerge in the coming year. This collaborative discussion and update will conclude with the presentation of the prestigious AALL Public Access to Government Information Award and the Robert L. Oakley Advocacy Award.