51 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (February 1973)

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CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN


                           CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES

 5-   -February, 1973

                                 MEETING DATES AND PLACES

Friday, April 12, 1974 -.LaSalle Hotel, 18th. Floor, Press Gallery

Friday, May 10, 1974 -Chicago Bar Association, 29 South LaSalle Street


                                  NEW EDUCATION COMMITTEE

An_:Education Committee has-been created by.:the Executive Board of CALL with Christine
Brock and -Sandra- Traicoff as =co-chairwomen. This promises to be a-very active group;
already they have produced the-:questionnaire enclosed with this Bulletin. I Says Sandra,
'The purpose of this .questionnaire is to get your views on educational goals and pro-:
grams for the Association. Your help in filling it out and returning it not later than
Honday, March 11, will be appreciated.

If you are interested in working on this committee, please contact one of the chairwomen
at DePaul-University Law Library, 939-3525, Extension 280.


                                 MICROGRAPHICS AND TEAW

The' Chicago Association of Law Libraries and the Chicago Chapter of the National Microfilm
Association will jointly sponsor an exposition of microfilm equipment and a seminar on
micrographic, publication of legal material on Friday and Saturday, March 8 and 9, 1974,.
at the Arlington Park Towers (a short ride. from O'Hare Airport).  The.program begins with
registration from 8:00 to 9:00 A. M. Friday and ends at 12:00 noon Saturday. The regis-
tration fee of.$45.00 (originally announced as .$60.00) includes not only the registration
materials but also the luncheon: on Friday.,

Announcements and registration. forms are: being. mailed out to members: of the Chicago
Association of Law Libraries, members. of the Illinois Chapter of the: Special Libraries
Associatiton, all, persons who attended the recent regional Federal Documents Workshop,
and all members of the American Association of Law Libraries.'

Even before the announcements were mailed, calls were received from other parts
of the country about it; it looks as if our regional seminar might be turning into a
aapional one.,,

                             FIELD TRIP'TO CCH A BIG SUCCESS!*

                                            by

                                       Gayle Edelman

CALLto first field trip, held on:Friday, N6vember 9, 1973, was a complete tour through
t e vast facilities of -Commerce'-Clearing House--a publishing firm well known to law
librarians everywhere.

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