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CALENDAR of EVENTS


March 18     CALL Meeting, Palmer House. AALL Board members will be in attendance.


June 10-12


June 11-16


Technology and Applications Middle Management Institute, Denver, Colorado. Contact: Director, Professional Devel-
opment, Special Libraries Association, 1700 Eighteenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009; (202) 234-4700

Special Libraries Association Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado. Expanding Horizons; Strategies for Information
Managers is the theme. Contact: Conference & Exhibits Coordinator, SLA, 1700 Eighteen Street, N.W., Washington,
D.C. 20009; (202) 234-4700.


June 21-24 AALL Institute on Basic Cataloging, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee.


June 22-25


June 22-25


June 26-29


AALL Institute on Law Library Management, Managing the Law Library in the 1990's, University of Alabama Law
Center, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

AALL Institute - An Introduction to American Law: Information You Need to Know, but Never Knew to Ask, Uni-
versity of Georgia Law School, Athens, Georgia.

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia. Contact: AALL, 53 W. Jackson Blvd., Chi-
cago, IL 60604; (31) 939-4764.


July 9-14    American Library Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Contact: ALA, 50 East Huron Street, Chicago, IL
             60611; (312) 944-6780.


                                                 AALL Hires
                                     Professional Development Officer

Martha Brown, formerly Field and Training Director for the Illinois Shore Girl Scout Council (Evanston), has recently been named to
fill the new position of Professional Development Officer at AALL. Ms. Brown received a master's degree in Organizational Develop-
ment and has been an active volunteer in many organizations. She is eager to meet CALL members and to work with AALL chapters,
so don't hesitate to introduce yourself and make her feel welcome in the Chicago law library community! Her appointment is effective
February 22, 1988.

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