|The Holiday Celebration is just around the corner! On December 3rd, join
your fellow chapter members for casual appetizers and fun
(non-alcoholic) beverages from 5:30 - 7:00 PM at Clark Hill. Cost is $7
members / $25 non-members. Please contact Ann Unger for details and to RSVP by December 1st.
Members met November 18th for the latest installment of Roundtable on Management, hosted by Rob Duncan at K&L Gates. Powerpoint slides are available here: So You Want to Manage a Law Library? Advice from Rookie and Veteran Managers Alike,
WPLLA's Fall 2014 Newsletter is full of scintillating information.
The November 2014 AALL Washington E-Bulletin
is out. Online Advocacy Training is coming up on December 10.
AALL is also looking for your comments to proposed Federal Register and
Here is the 2014
WPLLA Annual Report.
Visit our new Facebook page
to see photos from our events and follow our news.
WPLLA's Annual Holiday Event and 35th anniversary
celebration with AALL President Steve Anderson was lots of fun.
Watch the Hein Online interview with Frank Liu, Director of the Duquesne Law School Library, for the "Oral History of Law Librarianship."
Congratulations to WPLLA members Joel Fishman
and Dittakavi Rao who received "The
Connie E. Bolden Publication Award" for their 2010
co-authored work, Navigating
Legal Research & Technology: Quick Reference Guide to the 1,500
Most Common Questions About Traditional Online Legal Research.
The award was presented to them July 22, 2012, at the American
Association of Law Libraries Conference in Boston, during the Academic
Law Libraries--Special Interest Section Reception and Awards Program.
Whether you enjoyed or missed The Stosh and Susanna
Show: Cool Tools and Slick Tricks, you can now experience a modified webinar
version of it online via the Special Libraries Association. See also
John DiGilio's Bubbling
Under program for leads to other interesting tools.
Thank you for participating in the BLOOD DRIVE in honor
of WPLLA member Bob Sullivan. Read
Bob's story in this flyer.
Do you have an independent study project for a library science student? If so, post a description on the wplla list and our student members will get in touch with you.