PLL BUSINESS MEETING
Sunday, July 13, 2003, Seattle,
by Elizabeth LeDoux, Covington &
Burling, Washington, DC
The meeting was called to order at 7:45
Elizabeth LeDoux asked to have minutes
from the 2002 PLL Business Meeting approved. A Motion was made, seconded and
approved. Election results were announced. 1474 ballots were mailed out, 533
valid ballots were returned. New officers were introduced.
�We have money,� Janeen reported.
PR Toolkit Report
Michael Saint-Onge reported he has four
teams in place to develop the toolkit.
BNA sponsored the breakfast. We thanked
them and had a warm welcome from Paul Wojcich.
ALA Liaison Report
Holly Riccio reported that she attended
the Association of Legal Administrators conference in San Diego where she gave
out the new PR brochure and PR materials. She thanked the SANDALL volunteers.
Next year we are hoping to present a
program or do training in the exhibit hall at the 2004 ALA Conference in
Randy Thompson, Mary Mahoney and Virginia
Smith did a great job this year. They awarded seven travel grants:
Mary Lou Calvin
Akram Sadeghi Pari
The committee has moved the grant
deadline to early April from early May, making it easier to arrange travel for
the July conference. Next year the committee will look at to whom and how grants
are given. Global Securities Information Inc. gave us a $10,000 grant to use for
future years, for which we are very grateful.
Jan Brown is always looking for authors.
Lucy Curci-Gonzalez & Sue Johnson were
the Co-Chairs of this Committee. They completed several projects this year:
�Law Librarians are Lifesavers� floating
key chains created for the ALA meeting.
Lifesavers candies with AALL logo and web
Law Library Standards were put into a
brochure and given to the legal administrators.
Lee Nemchek had a very busy year.
Programming was created for AALL and ARMA
Management Practice and Procedures and PLL Multitasking Directory,
which is in an
electronic version at Washburn.
Networking � Legal records management
listserv moved to aallnet.org.
Martha Goldman reports she is working on
it and will solicit comments.
Janeeen recognized Betty Roeske for 7
years of service to the Technical Services Group. She reported that PLL has
committed $5,000 over five years to the George Strait Minority Scholarship fund.
There was no new business.
Janeen was presented with a gift by Holly
Riccio for her service as PLL Chair this year.
Meeting was adjourned at 8:45 a.m.