101 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (June 1984)

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  June 1984           9       5        431           No. 101





         Sthe future is now
  The theme of this year's meeting suggests a consideration of
  where the profession of law librarianship is currently. 1984
  had always been the future for millions of George Orwell fans,
  but now it is fast upon us. At the San Diego annual meeting,
  emphasis will be placed on the state of the profession in 1984
  and projections for its future.

  In keeping with the science fiction theme, the keynote address
  will be presented by B. Gentry Lee on Monday, July 2, 1984. Mr.
  Lee is the Chief Engineer for the Galileo Project, an unmanned
  exploration of Jupiter and its moons scheduled for the late
  1980's. If you were a fan of the television series, COSMOS, you
  are already familiar with one aspect of Mr. Lee's career because
  he was co-producer of that series. Currently, Mr. Lee is Executive
  Vice President for Carl Sagan Productions.

  While Program Chair Penny Hazelton (Supreme Court of the U.S.
  Library) and her committee have been hard at work lining up
  interesting sessions, the Local Arrangements crew has been equally
  active, and promises to have a variety of diversions ready for
  us. According to Local Arrangements Chair Jim Werner (San Diego
  County Law Library), you will know you've come to the right place
  when your plane descends over Balboa Park and lands at an airport
  which is only a two-minute ride from convention hotels. Despite
  the nearness of the airport, you will be on an island in San
  Diego Bay where every hotel room has a scenic view.

  The opening reception on Sunday will be held at Sea World Park,
  which will be closed at 7:30 p.m. to all but our members. Every-
  thing but drinks is included in the registration fee. You may
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