SATURDAY July 16, 2016
9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Two Sides to the United Nations: Working with Public and Private International Law at the U.N. (IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law)
Coordinated by Thomas Mills, et al. and co-sponsored by the International Legal Research Interest Group (ILRIG) of ASIL and the FCIL-SIS. Two specialists, Susan Goard of the UN and Vikki Rogers, Director of the Institute for Int’l Commercial Law at Pace, will engage the audience in an intense full day workshop addressing the major functions of the UN, documentation of the main bodies and specialized agencies, the CISG and its application in international trade, and available UN related research platforms.
SUNDAY July 17, 2016
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
FCIL-SIS Jurisdictions IG Joint Meeting (Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, Indigenous Peoples, Customary & Religious Law, Roman Law) (Hyatt-Water Tower)
- Welcome and Intro (Susan Gualtier, Louisiana State University School of Law Library) – 5 minutes
- European Law: Recent Developments in German Law Related to Asylum and Refugees: A Brief Overview for Law Librarians (Jennifer Alison, Harvard Law School Library) – 20 minutes
- Latin America: Cuban Legal Research Guide (Julienne Grant, Loyola University Chicago Law Library, et al.) – 10 minutes
- Africa: Updates of the Digitization Case Law Project from South Western Nigeria (Yemisi Dina, Osgood Hall Law School Library) – 20 minutes
- Indigenous Peoples: Indigenous Peoples and DNA Testing: Friend or Foe? (Steven Perkins, Greenberg Traurig, LLP) – 20 minutes
- Individual Interest Groups business meetings – 15 minutes
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Asian Legal Information in English: Availability, Accessibility, and Quality Control (Hyatt-Columbus EF)
Coordinated by Alex Zhang, participants will learn about resources, tools, and tips for finding existing official ENG translations of primary legal materials in major Asian jurisdictions, the speakers will address the pros and cons of ENG translations and how to discern when ENG translation is not readily available.
5:15 PM – 6:00 PM
FCIL-SIS Foreign Law Selectors IG (Hyatt-Comiskey)
Coordinated by Marci Hoffman.
6:00 PM – 6:45 PM
FCIL-SIS Standing Committees Joint Meeting (Publicity Committee, Internships & Exchanges Committee, and Electronic Research IG) (Hyatt-Field)
- Welcome and Introduction (Loren Turner) – 5 minutes
- ERIG: ICRC Customary International Humanitarian Law Database (CIHL database) (Mr. Ismael Raboud, ICRC) – 15 minutes
- ERIG: LOC Indigenous Law Portal (Steve Perkins, Library of Congress) – 15 minutes
- Individual Standing Committees business meetings – 10 minutes
7:00 PM – who knows?
AALL Annual Meeting FCIL-SIS Reading Group (place TBD – stay in touch with Dan Wade at Daniel.email@example.com)
Coordinated and lead by Dan Wade, the group will discuss East West Street: On the Origin of Genocide and “Crimes Against Humanity”
MONDAY July 18, 2016
7:30 AM – 8:30 AM
FCIL-SIS Business Meeting and Breakfast (Sponsored by Bloomberg Law, LexisNexis, Thomson Reuters, and Wolters Kluwer) (Hyatt Wrigley)
3:30 PM – 4:15 PM
FCIL-SIS Teaching Foreign & International Legal Research IG (Hyatt-Michigan B)
Coordinated by Catherine Deane, this meeting will present three substantive presentations:
- Marilyn Raisch (Georgetown University Law Center) will share her experience creating short videos to search databases using Jing
- Alexis Fetzer (Richmond School of Law) will share her experience as a “non”-FCIL librarian proposing an FCIL research course
- Nina E. Scholtz (Cornell Law School) will share her thoughts on teaching an experiential research course for international LLM students.
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM
FCIL-SIS Schaffer Grant for Foreign Law Librarian Recipient’s Presentation – Rhenny Pulungan of Indonesia, currently at U. of Melbourne’s Law School Library will deliver a talk entitled The Legal Research Landscape in Indonesia: Limitations and Possibilities (Hyatt-Columbus GH)
5:45 PM – 6:45 PM
International Attendees Joint Reception (AALL/FCIL/IALL) (Hyatt-Crystal Ballroom C)
TUESDAY July 19, 2016
7:30 AM – 8:15 AM
FCIL-SIS Education Committee and 2017 Summit Task Force Joint Meeting (Hyatt-Skyway 265)
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Roman Law, Roman Order, and Restatements (Hyatt-Columbus EF)
Coordinated by Marylin J. Raisch, participants will learn about digitization of historical documentation, assess the role of Roman Law and codification’s impact on American legal taxonomies, explore the influence of Roman Law on Restatements.
9:45 AM – 10:45 AM
Poster #24: Are Self-Paced Pre-Recorded Modules Better than Live Instruction for Teaching Basic Legal research Concepts? (Exhibit Hall)
Created by Lucie Olejnikova and Jane Bahnson, this poster session will be on display starting Sunday, July 17, 2016 through Tuesday, July 19, 2016. During the scheduled TUE session, presenters will be available to answer questions. This poster features a study carried out in Duke’s LLM Legal Research and Writing Course intended to measure students’ information retention when subject material was delivered in traditional live in-class lecture as compared to when the same material is delivered via self-paced pre-recorded online module.
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Vanishing Online? Legal and Policy Implications for Libraries of the EU’s “Right to be Forgotten” (Hyatt-Columbus KL)
Coordinated by Michael G. Bernier, the attendees will be brought up to date on the status of data protection laws and their allocation outside the EU, understand the obligations under the “right to be forgotten” principle for libraries making personal info public, and consider the line between protection personal privacy against the public’s right to access data.