Boulder Conferences on Legal Research and Education: Scholarship and Teaching
The Boulder Conference is a gathering of law librarians who meet to critique scholarly works-in-progress and to develop a pedagogy of legal research instruction. The conference has met annually since 2009. The first conference was held at the University of Colorado Law School's William A. Wise Law Library in Boulder, Colorado.
Boulder Statement on Legal Research [pdf] - Eighth Conference in Chicago, Illinois 2016
Legal research is the analysis, search process, information evaluation, and reasoning necessary to ethically solve problems and provide legal advice. Legal research is integral to lawyers’ professional competence.
2009 Boulder Statement on Legal Research Education [pdf] - First Conference in Boulder, Colorado, June 2009
2010 Boulder Statement on Legal Research Education : Signature Pedagogy Statement [pdf] - Second Conference in Boulder, Colorado, June 2010
Boulder Statement on Best Practices for Teaching: Coach Template and Illustrations: I , II , III , IV [pdf] - Third Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2011 & Fourth Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, July 2012