In celebration of National Library Week, Practising Law Institute is offering a 20% discount on all Treatises and Answer Books from April 10 – 16. Today is the last day of our sale!
Prefer to do your research digitally? We encourage you to access our publications online through a subscription to PLI’s research database, Discover PLUS. Discover PLUS gives you access to our Course Handbooks, Treatises and Answer Books, in addition to over 3,000 downloadable forms and close to 1,000 program transcripts.
This year, National Library Week is celebrating library transformation. The Library Relations team here at PLI is aware that many libraries are undergoing their own transformations from print to digital and we’re here to help! Schedule a Discover PLUS demo or training at any time.
Happy National Library Week from the librarians at PLI! We have librarians filling various roles across our Legal Information Services (LIS), IT, and Customer Service departments.
Photo details: back row from left to right: Andrew Lissenden; Alexa Robertson; Cory Goetze; Elizabeth Beller; Olivene White; Zehava Brickner; Emma Kelly; Alexandra Stoilas. Front row from back to right: Lauren Allshouse; Jennifer Stefanic; Christina Davis; Samantha Sumulong; Katie Hut.
Unlimited Possibilities @ your library, Unlimited Possibilities @ PLI Discover PLUS
In celebration of National Library Week, Practising Law Institute is offering a 20% discount on all Treatises and Answer Books from April 12 – April 18.
The Library Relations team would also like to encourage you to access our online publications through a subscription to PLI Discover PLUS. A subscription to PLUS gives you access our Course Handbooks, Treatises and Answer Books. You can also search for PLI Forms to provide legal templates for your day-to-day tasks, and transcripts to many of our PLI programs and seminars.
From the Library Relations team at PLI, enjoy the
recognition you and your library deserve!
Happy National Library Week! This week’s events included:
The release of the Top 10 List of Frequently Banned Books Here’s the list for 2011: 1) ttyl; ttfn; l8r, g8r (series), by Lauren Myracle; 2) The Color of Earth (series), by Kim Dong Hwa; 3) The Hunger Games trilogy, by Suzanne Collins; 4) My Mom’s Having A Baby! A Kid’s Month-by-Month Guide to Pregnancy, by Dori Hillestad Butler; 5) The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, by Sherman Alexie; 6) Alice (series), by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; 7) Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley; 8 ) What My Mother Doesn’t Know, by Sonya Sones; 9) Gossip Girl (series), by Cecily Von Ziegesar; 10) To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee