82 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (September 1980)

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      CHICAGO



      LAW LIBRARY


      BULLETIN



           SEPTEMBER 1980 No 82



.CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES


                       PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

    Dear Members:

       As we beg4n our 1980-81 business year I would like to inform you
    of a few items of interest concerning this year's CALL activities that
    I received at the Chapter Presidents' Luncheon during the AALL Conven-
    tion this last June in St. Louis, Missouri.

       At the Chapter Presidents' Luncheon in St. Louis we discussed the
    need for communicating among local chapters, as well as, communication
    from the National Association to the Chapters. This subject arose
    when we observed that a number of Chapters were offering similar educa-
    tion committee programs whereas we could have exchanged ideas, problems
    and materials encountered in offering these types of programs.

       To alleviate this situation AALL has asked for a representative of
    each Chapter's Education Committee to be on the AALL Education Committee.
    Our Chapter representative will be' responsible for announcing all CALL
    Educational Activities to the AALL Education Committee, and its newly
    introduced AALL Education Committee Newsletter. This newsletter will
    ser-4e as a clearinghouse for all chapter educational activities.

       In respect to local activities, this year CALL has been extended an
    invitation by the Illinois Library Association (ILA) to have a pro-
    fessional exhibit t its Fall Conference, November 13-16, at the Palmer
    House in Chicago. Denise Mahaney, Past President of CALL and member of
    the Executive Board, has offered to work on this project in conjunction
    with a project of a similar nature on behalf of CALL for Law Day, May 1,
    1981. Anyone interested in assisting Ms. Mahaney in this effort may call
    her at the law firm of Vedder, Price, Kaufman & Kammholz.

       Following the completion of the CALL Foreign Materials Project last
    year, the CALL Executive Board, at its meeting the past year, proposed
    the creation of the position of CALL Projeci.Director. This Director wil
    be a member of the Executive Board and be responsible for screening pro-
    jects of interest emgnating from our membership and its cu~mittees, as
    well as, suggestions 4hat may be made by the Executive Board. In order
    for the Executive Board to make an objective decision on this position
    we would like to hear from our membership as to possible projects that ca
    be performed under our current committee structure, or projects that can
    be carrieV out under special committees. Please feel free to contact me
    in regard to any ideas that you may have in respect to the position of
    Project Director.

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