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Questioning WEXIS as big data surveillance vendors by AALL member legal search users

As Sarah Lamdan has documented both Thomson Reuters and RELX are supplying search solutions for their compiled surveillance data to law enforcement agencies, including ICE. She has also called attention to the ethical issues information professionals face in light of … Continue reading

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11 New Exhibitors at AALL Conference in Baltimore: Meet the New Litigation and Analytics Exhibitors

One of the best places to network at the American Association of Law Libraries Annual meeting is the exhibit hall. Everyone looks forward to the latest releases from the major publishers.  And then there is a swag – sometimes silly … Continue reading

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AALL issues Dear Mike letter calling LexisNexis Legal’s tying sales policy anticompetitive [text]

June 7, 2018 Mike Walsh CEO Global Legal Business 230 Park Ave, Suite 7 New York City, NY 10017 Dear Mr. Walsh: On behalf of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), I am writing to ask that LexisNexis cease … Continue reading

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Writer, Director John Waters to Keynote AALL Annual Meeting in Baltimore, July 2018

John Waters and law librarians? This should be one for the books – and the pods, tubes, eeks, etc. [FYI: AALL is the American Association of Law Libraries] I’ve heard Mr. Waters speak from multiple platforms (he’s totally delightful) but … Continue reading

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AALL Federal Legislative Advocacy Update: GPO Funding

Senate Appropriations Committee Provides More Funding for GPO than House of Representatives, But Falls Far Short of Full Funding The Senate Appropriations Committee, late Thursday evening (9/15), considered the Legislative Branch appropriations bill, which includes funding for the Government Printing … Continue reading

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