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Newsletter Archives: 1974-1999

All news letters are in PDF format and include colored hypertext links to articles within the newsletter, to web sites, and to send e-mail.  Newsletter contributions should be sent to Holly Gerber, Newsletter Editor.

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  • SCCLL News (Fall 2014)

    The Fall 2014 issue of SCCLL News is now available. In this issue you’ll find reports from the Annual Meeting in San Antonio, an update on UELMA from our friends at SWALL, and the latest in our series of articles about art in the law library.
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  • SCCLL News (Winter 2014)

    The Winter 2014 issue of SCCLL News is now available. The issue has information on upcoming conferences, the next SCCLL silent auction, art projects in the law library, and what your fellow law librarians are doing to help self-represented litigants.
  • SCCLL News (Fall 2013) Now Available

    The Fall 2013 issue of SCCLL News is now available. This issue has a grant report from the Annual Meeting in Seattle, pictures from the business meeting, selections from 1970s-era SCCLL newsletters, a report on a successful partnership between a California county law library and a public library, commentary on the closing of a West Virginia county law library, and new job news from SCCLL members.
  • SCCLL News (Summer 2013)

    The Summer 2013 issue of SCCLL News is now available. The issue has plenty of news about the section, SCCLL events at the Annual Meeting in Seattle, news from the Southwestern Association of Law Libraries, reports form the Equal Justice Conference, and a review of Public Librarianship: Objectives, Challenges, and Solutions.
  • 2013 Elections Issue of SCCLL News

    The 2013 Elections Issue of SCCLL News is now available. The special issue includes the proposed bylaws changes and candidate biographies and statements.
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