Tuesday, February 14, 2023

February 2023 Issue of In Session E-Bulletin of Canadian Association of Law Libraries

The February 2023 issue of In Session has been published.

It is the monthly e-newsletter of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) and contains news from CALL committees and special interest groups, member updates and events. 

Excerpt from the President's Message (George Tsiakos):

"Scholarships & Awards
Deadlines for the many CALL/ACBD scholarships and awards are approaching. I encourage all of you to think about nominating worthy colleagues for consideration or applying for financial support for a research project or professional development. Our Association relies heavily on the hard work and efforts of its member volunteers. Providing scholarships and awards is an important way that CALL/ACBD can acknowledge and support the many talents and awesome work of its members. More details about the various scholarships and awards available on the CALL/ACBD website."

"Strategic Planning
The Board and National Office staff are excited to engage in this process and we are looking forward to the many conversations this process will involve. In particular, the Board is looking forward to connecting with members about who we are, where we want to go, and how to increase awareness and relevance of CALL/ACBD. Presently, the Board is communicating with potential consultants to help guide this important work. We hope to begin the formal part of this process later this month."

"Annual Conference
Early bird registration is now open, and we are just over three months away from our first in-person conference in four years! The CPC is working diligently to bring together informative and timely educational programing, as well as inspiring keynote speakers. Register today so you do not miss this great opportunity to re-connect with colleagues on a deeper level or to meet new people and expand your professional network."

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