71 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (April 1978)

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Chicago Association of Law Libraries



April, 1978              A Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries
No. 71



         CHICAGO LAW           LIBRARY BULLETIN

 CALL OFFICERS, 1977-78                 NEWSLETTER EDITORIAL BOARD

 President      - Mary V. Shields       E. Sandmeyer
 President-Elect- Janice Bentley        M. Del Bene
 Secretary      - Denise Mahaney        J. Gecas
 Treasurer      - Jane Gaddis           L. Lockwood
 Director       - Maria Chase           S. McCallum
                - Jane Strable          D. Tuke




                            CALL News
                        SUMMARY OF THE EXECUTIVE
                        BOARD MEETING 3/30/78

        The Board met on March 30, 1978.

        At the meeting it was decided not to hold a Chapter Breakfast in
 Rochester since we will have had our Annual Meeting just one month prior
 to the convention.
        The agenda for the Annual Meeting was discussed and the following
 will be discussed: Ellen Sandmeyer will give a report on the AALL
 Ethics Committee and what will be done at the Rochester meeting. We
 will also hear from those Committee Chairpersons who wish to make an
 oral report to the membership present. All Chairpersons are required
 to make a written annual report to the President at that time.
        The Board has decided to establish a Special Committee to work
 for an Administrative Code for the State of Illinois. Further news
 will be released upon appointment of the committee, if you would
 like to volunteer to help the committee or know of someone who would,
 please contact Virginia Shields at Ross, Hardies or Jan Bentley at
 Mayer, Brown.
        Jan Bentley will become President of CALL at the close of the
 Annual Meeting. She has asked for volunteers to serve on committees
 for next year. If you have a preference for a committee please let
 her know as soon as possible so that we will have a smooth transition.

                       CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS

        Amendment to change the name of the C.A.L.LI by-laws.
        168 ballots were mailed out to the membership and I received 121
 completed. The result was: 118 for the amendment, I against and 2 votes
 were received after April 17th and were not counted.
        Effective immediately the governing document for C.A.L.L. shall be
 known as CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS.

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