The 12th Annual Boulder Conference on Legal Information: Scholarship & Teaching will be held on July 9-10, 2020, in New Orleans, at Tulane Law School, immediately prior to the AALL Annual Meeting. Papers for the conference are being sought on the following topics:
- the use or teaching of legal information, such as a framework for teaching legal research within the theoretical guidelines of the Boulder Statements (for example, information literacy theory, adult learning theory, network theory, or other educational, social science, or psychology theories);
- an aspect of information retrieval (both manual and automated systems, including topics like artificial intelligence and law);
- law and policy (issues such as privacy, copyright, security, and surveillance);
- information access issues (such as making legal and government information more accessible to the public, both physically and intellectually); or
- practice issues (applications which help lawyers in their day-to-day operations)
To apply for the Conference, please submit a draft project for consideration no later than April 12, 2020. The draft must be more than an outline but need not be in publishable form (between 6-10 pages). Please submit your draft via e-mail to Susan Nevelow Mart (email@example.com).