One of the goals this year for the Newsletter is to report on our members' professional activities. Unfortunately, we have no news to share in this issue. Mila Rush is eager to write up your news for her column, but she needs to hear from you. So, please let her know when you or a colleage is involved in a project of interest to other members. And don't hesitate to pass on leads about your colleagues--we won't print anything without their permission.
We welcome Aaron Kuperman, law subject cataloger at the Library of Congress, as a new columnist in this issue. His column is sponsored by the Processing Issues Group, but it should appeal to the broad spectrum of foreign and international law librarians. His topic in this issue is cataloging religious law.
The FCIL Newsletter has a home on the World-Wide Web, thanks to Mark Folmsbee and Washburn University Law School, who have graciously made space available on their computer. The URL for current and back issues is: fttp://www.law.wuacc/fcil/newsl.html
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