68 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (October 1977)

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Chicago Association of Law Libraries


October, 1977
No. 68


A Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries


CHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN


CALL OFFICERS, 1977-78


NEWSLETTER EDITORIAL BOARD


President
President-Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Director


Mary V. Shields
Janice Bentley
Denise Mahaney
Jane Gaddis
Maria Chase
Jane Strable


Sandmeyer
Del Bene
Gecas
Lockwood
McCallum
Slobodian
Tuke


                            CALL News


          FOREIGN AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: CALL SEMINAR


     Loyola University Law School hosted the October 19, 1977, CALL
Education Committee Seminar, generously providing wine and cheese to
make the educational meeting an enjoyable social one as well.
     Mr. Frank Lukes, of Baker and MacKenzie, spoke about building a
foreign law collection and the basic knowledge necessary to begin any
research in foreign law. He called on those involved in working with
foreign law to act to i~iprove Chicago's coverage of the area. Specifically,
he encouraged an effort to update Kurt Schwerin's Guide to Legal Coll-
ections in Chicago (1955) and a rejuvenation of the Cooperative
Acquisitions Committee.
     Mrs. Marta Pryjma, of Northwestern University Law School, gave an
introduction to the structure of the European Economic Community and
the functions of its various institutions. She welcomed anyone interested
in developing a collection of materials relating to the EEC to examine
Northwestern's collection and to use bibliographies that she has compiled.
She also reminded the audience that until Schwerin's Guide can be updated
the union catalog at Cook County can be used to some extent to locate
foreign law materials.
     Mr. Adolf Sprudz, of the University of Chicago was ill and so
unable to speak, but the text of his lecture, Basic U.S. Sources for
Current Research in International Law: an Elementary Vade-Mecum was
distributed along with the other seminar materials.

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