The PLL-SIS Summit began in 2010 and is an event created by the private law library community to explore ways to embrace change, demonstrate value, and learn about leading-edge trends.  Originally begun as a two-year project, the Summit continues to be a leading force in empowering private law firm librarians to be change agents within their organizations. Summits are held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Libraries.

Our 2014 Summit theme is The Voice of the Client- view the 2014 Summit page for additional information, including registration details.

Goals of the Summit

  • Enable private law firm librarians to understand the trends, structure and pressures of the law firm environment so that they can be prepared to take leadership roles as the practice of law goes through a time of radical change.
  • Develop best practices and practice models for new law firm requirements through research and consensus..
  • Offer learning opportunities on how to use tools that will keep the library/research center at the forefront of law firm service.
  • Cultivate new ideas and experimental solutions.
  • Cast the debate for how law firm libraries should operate and meet new challenges in this new environment.
The 2014 Summit will occur on Saturday July 12th in San Antonio, TX.  In order to provide access to a wide audience, we have secured a venue that can accommodate up to 300 attendees. We encourage members to register early so they can be a part of this invaluable one-day conference.
How to register:  With AALL Annual Meeting registration, Summit is listed as a Pre-Conference workshop.

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