125 CALL Bull. 1 (June 1989)

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CALL Bulletin


Calendar of Events


June 10-15
June 13-16


June 14-16


June 18-21


June 19


June 24-29


July 1


Oct. 3-6


Oct. 5-6


Oct. 18-21


Oct. 26-28


Special Libraries Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY.
AALL Summer Institute on How to Teach Legal Research in Law
Firm and Academic Environments, McGeorge School of Law,
Sacramento, CA. Contact Virginia Wise; University of Michigan;
School of Information and Library Studies; Ann Arbor, MI 48109;
(313) 747-3582.
AALL Summer Institute on Space Planning Within Existing
Facilities, Granlibakken Resort, Lake Tahoe, CA. Contact Dorothy
Norbie; U.S. West Corporate Library; 6200 South Quebec, Suite
170; Englewood, CO 80111; (303) 889-6588.
AALL Annual Meeting, Bally's Hotel, Reno, Nevada.
CALL Get-Together at AALL, Reno, 5:45 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Check the
final convention program or the Sunday or Monday Daily newsletter
for the specific room assignment.
American Library Association National Conference, Dallas, TX.
Contact ALA; 50 East Huron St.; Chicago, IL 60611; (312) 944-
6780.
Deadline for returning CALL membership dues for the 1989/90
year. If you do not receive a renewal letter by June 5, 1989, request
a membership form from Wendy Moorhead; Keck Mahin & Cate;
8300 Sears Tower; Chicago, IL 60606; 876-3574.
Basic Management Skills Institute, Baltimore, Maryland. Contact
Susan Jurow, OMS; Association of Research Libraries; 1527 New
Hampshire Avenue, N.W.; Washington, D.C. 20036. (202) 232-
8656.
Law Librarians of Washington, D.C. 50th Anniversary Conference.
Theme: New Frontiers at 50. Opening Luncheon address by U. S.
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Contact Christine
Glaab, Librarian; Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler; 901 15th
Street, N.W.; Washington, D.C. 20005; (202) 682-3511.
International Conference on the Global Responsibility of Law
Librarians, Austin, Texas. Contact Roy Mersky, Tarlton Law Library;
School of Law; University of Texas at Austin; 727 East 26th Street;
Austin, TX 78705-5799. (512) 471-7726.
First Midwest Regional Conference of Law Librarians. Theme:
Navigating the 90's: Resource Strategies. Registration information
available Summer, 1989.


Please send notices of meetings, seminars, etc. to Annette Greco at Rudnick &
Wolfe; 203 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 1800; Chicago, IL 60601-1293; (312) 984-
5758.

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