by Bill McCloy
University of Washington Law Library
The Baltimore meeting will be upon us almost before we know it. As I have been in touch with various of you regarding committees and working groups, my excitement has grown in anticipation of seeing you all again this summer as well as in consideration of the important work of our SIS programs, committees, and working groups. In the last newsletter, I promised an update on the working groups and committees and the names of those who have agreed to chair them. An important development this year is that (thanks to the good work of Anne Burnett) this information is now available on our own FCIL SIS webpage: http://www.lawsch.uga.edu/fcil/fcil.html. In addition, the schedule of meetings for our SIS is available on a page linked to the AALLNET homepage: http://www.aallnet.org/events/97_meeting_index.html as well as elsewhere in this newsletter. Fortunately, in spite of the continual challenge we all face in arranging schedules so as not to miss anything of importance or interest, this year it looks as though at least no FCIL meetings will conflict with each other! (Thanks, Margareta!) To honor our new (and continuing) leaders, I have listed the groups and their chairs below. Please check the final program for meeting locations.
Three groups will not meet this year, as there appears to be insufficient interest or commitment on the part of our membership to continue them. Whether this is a permanent or a temporary decision will depend on you and the feedback you provide to your officers. I would like to hear your opinions in person this summer! These three groups are the following:
See you in Baltimore!
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