Take a look at the summer isse of AALL's Washington E-Bulletin which has news about surveilance reform, modernizing the Federal Register, and possible elimination of the NTIS. There is much for librarians to lobby about these days.
WPLLA's Annual Holiday Event and 35th anniversary celebration with AALL President Steve Anderson was lots of fun.
Read the Fall 2013 WPLLA newsletter.
Watch the Hein Online interview with Frank Liu, Director of the Duquesne Law School Library, for the "Oral History of Law Librarianship."
The program planning committee is lots of fun, very important, and promises not to take-up too much time. Contact Cindy if you want to talk about joining it.
Visit our new Facebook page to see phtos from our events and follow our news.
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
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.