Reports of FCIL SIS activity at the Annual Meeting traditionally constitute much of the October issue of our newsletter. This issue is no exception. In addition to the minutes of the SIS business meeting, a number of committees and working groups have submitted reports on their activities during the past year. Since many of you do not have the opportunity to attend the business meeting, we are happy to publish these reports so you can learn what your SIS is doing. A special word of thanks goes to all the chairs, coordinators, and reporters who took the time to submit reports for the newsletter so the whole membership can keep abreast of the activities of the SIS.
Reports from Seattle are not the only items in this issue, however. Ellen Schaffer treats us to a description of the IALL summer course in The Hague. Janice Selberg continues her INT-LAW column, recapping some of the news and information available through that resource.
Mila Rush begins a new column in this issue, one devoted to news about our colleagues. This time she introduces us to two new librarians. In order for Mila to write this column, however, you need to let her know about your (or a colleague's) activities.
Finally, if you would like to contribute an article or suggest a topic, please let the editor know. Remember, this is your newsletter.
If you did not receive your copy of the May 1994 issue of theFCIL Newsletter, please contact the editor. Due to problems in the membership list, approximately 100 members were omitted from the mailing last spring. Call or write:
Yale Law School Library
P.O. Box 208215
New Haven, CT 06520-8215
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