14 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (November 1953)

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                 Chicago Association of Lawi Libraries

       (A Chapter of The American Association of Law Libra ies)



  Number 14.                                    November 17,1953.


                SECOND LAW LIBRARY WORKSHOP A SUCCESS

         The Second Workshop of The Chicago Association of Law Li-
braries brought together forty-five (45) law librarians from seven
states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, New York,and
Wisconsin. In addition, law librarians from Ohio and Washington
contributed papers for the Workshop.

         Comments on the Workshop:

         Helen A. Snook, Librarian, Detroit Bar Association: We may
not solve all administrative problems, but we certainly intend to
plow them up a 'reat deal.
         Betty LeBus, Librarian, Indiana University School of Law:
 The program of the Workshop covered a wide scope and variety of re-
 lationships; there was something for everybody.
         Ernest Turk, Librarian, Chicago-Kent College of Law: This
morning's session was both interesting and inspiring.
         Frank Di Canio, Executive Librarian, The Chicago Law Insti-
tute: Several librarians have suggested to me that they would have
liked to attend more than one of the concurrent sessions of the first
day. Under the present arrangement, we are compelled to select one
session and miss the others. In the future, would it be possible to
add one more day to the Workshop so that all of us might attend all
sessions?
         William R. Roalfe, Librarian, Northwestern University Law
 Library, and Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Second Work-
 shop: Miss Benyon and her associates at the University of Chicago
 deserve much credit for their major contribution to the Workshop.
          Jean Ashman, Librarian, Railroad Retirement Board Library,
 and President of The Chicago Association of Law Libraries: We are
 greatly indebted to all of the speakers and to all who have contri-
 buted to the success of the Second Workshop. We hope that you who
 have attended the Workshop have found it a rewarding experience.

                   STEERING COMMITTEE OF WORKSHOP

          The Steering Committee of the Workshop of The Chicago Asso-
 ciation of Law Libraries consisted of the following members:
          William R. Roalfe, Chairman; Elizabeth V. Benyon, Frank
 Di Canio, and Kurt Schwerin.

                 PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND WORKSHOP

          The cost of the Proceedings of the Second Workshop has been
 set by the Executive Committee at $l.00 for Association members and
 Registrants who attended the Workshop, and $2.00 for all others.
 The Proceedings are now being prepared and will be ready for deliv-
 ery in five or six weeks. Orders for these Proceedings should be
 placed with Miss Dorothy Scarborough, Secretary-Treasurer, Chicago
 Association of Law Libraries, 357 E. Chicago Avenue, Chicago 11,
 Illinois.
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