121 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (September 1988)

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Calendar of Events


Sept. 15-16  Special Libraries Association - Regional Continuing Education 1988. Going it Alone: Managing the One-Person
             Library, Parts I and II in Chicago. Contact SLA; Professional Development Section; 1700 Eighteenth Street;
             Washington, D.C. 20009.
Sept. 20     CALL Executive Board Meeting, Clausen Miller; 10 S. LaSalle St.; 16th Floor, 8:30 a.m.
Sept. 23     CALL Luncheon, Knickerbocker Hotel, Towers West, 14th Floor; 163 E. Walton Street; Chicago. Emily R. Mobley
             will be the speaker and her topic will be From Librarian to Information Professional: Quo Modo? Luncheon at
             12:15; $12.25 payable to CALL. Contact Jane Gaddis; Lord Bissell & Brook; 115 W. LaSalle St.; Chicago, IL
             60603. Deadline for reservations is September 16, 1988.
Sept. 23-25  Association of Law Libraries of Upstate New York (ALLUNY) Annual Meeting. Program is entitled Diversity in
             Librarianship, and it will be held at the Sheraton Inn in Utica, NY. Contact Eleanor Molanr; Supreme Court of
             Buffalo; 92 Franklin St.; Buffalo, NY 14202; (716) 852-0712.
Oct. 2-6     ALA/Library and Information Technology Association's Second National Conference. Effective Technology, Excellent
             Service: Putting the Pieces Together, John B. Hynes Memorial Convention Center, Boston, MA. Contact ALA/
             LITA; 50 E. Huron St.; Chicago, IL 60611-2729; 944-6780.
October 4    CALL Continuing Education Committee, Explanation of Legal Materials for the New Law Library Employee, pre-
             sented by Judith Wright, Law Librarian, University of Chicago. To be held at John Marshall Law Library. Contact
             Susan Bogner (347-5929) or Judith Wright (702-9616).
Oct. 10-12   Online '88, New York Hilton. Contact Online, Inc.; 11 Tannery Lane; Weston, CT 06883; (203) 227-8466.
October 11   CALL Continuing Education Committee, Introduction to Legal Research and Bibliography, presented by Judith
             Wright, Law Librarian, University of Chicago. To be held at John Marshall Law Library. Contact Susan Bogner (347-
             5929) or Judith Wright (702-9616).
Oct. 20-22   Mid-America Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, Iowa City, Iowa. Theme: Management, Automation,
             Acquisitions, and Law for Law Librarians. Contact Susan Emde; Law Library; Boyd Law Building; University of
             Iowa; Iowa City, IA 52242; (319) 335-9040.
OCt. 27-28   ILA/IRCL/RTSS Fall Conference. Librarians, Publishers and Vendors: Enhancing the Information Interface, Program
             tracks for Public Services, Technical Services, Library Administration. Jumers Chateau, Bloomington, IL.
October 28   Dialog's Chicago Mini-Update, Chicago Marriott, ongoing sessions from 9:00 - 4:30. $50.00 fee includes lunch.
             Contact Janet Klieman or Ann Lee, 726-9206.
                                Calendar is compiled by Joyce Horan; Baker & McKenzie;
                         One Prudential Plaza; 130 E. Randolph Dr., 28th Floor; Chicago, IL 60601.

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