August 10, 2000
The American Association of Law Libraries will offer three one-day workshops during September 2000. They include:
- Finding the Law: Basic Legal Research
Saturday, September 16, 2000, San Jose, California
Marsha Thomas (practicing attorney and former Reference Librarian and Head of Teaching at S.J. Quinney Law Library, University of Utah College of Law) provides participants with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of legal research through hands-on activities and discussion.
For details go to www.aallnet.org/prodev/event_basic.asp
- Managing Multi-Location Libraries
Friday, September 22, 2000, New York, NY
Mark Estes (Director of Library Services for Holmes Roberts & Owens LLP in Denver, Colorado, and Past AALL President) explores the challenges faced by applying management principles and theories to the real world of multi-location law firm libraries.
For details go to www.aallnet.org/prodev/event_location.asp
- Functional Space Planning/Evaluation- Maximize Your Library Space
Tuesday, September 26, 2000, Washington, DC
Joan Axelroth (President, Axelroth & Associates) and Charles Finnerty (President, Designs for Information) combine their years of experience to assist corporate and law firm librarians in making sure they have the right amount of well-designed space to be able to provide the information services required by their employers.
For details go to www.aallnet.org/prodev/event_functional.asp