After the Digital Revolution: Law Libraries in a World Turned Upside Down

The Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg is home to stately formal gardens and a peaceful, swan-graced canal on its grounds.

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Williamsburg, Virginia and the Historic Triangle of Jamestown and Yorktown: The first permanent English settlement in the new world in 1607 at Jamestown. The defining battle of the Revolutionary War at Yorktown. The colonial capital of Virginia, and home to the College of William & Mary, the second university in America and the nation's oldest law school.

SEAALL's 2010 Annual Meeting will take place in historic Williamsburg, Virginia April 22-24, 2010. The meeting's theme, After the Digital Revolution: Law Libraries in a World Turned Upside Down, reflects the challenges law librarians must address not just to survive in -- but to thrive in -- a world very different from that which existed only a few years ago.


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