The fall 2012 issue of the CALL Bulletin, the publication of the Chicago Association of Law Libraries, has been released. Along with organizational announcements and reports, articles in the issue have two big themes. The first theme is relatively new law librarians' experiences at the AALL annual meeting in Boston. Articles like the two in this issue let readers learn about sessions and provide new approaches to professional development.

The second theme is the Federal Depository Library Program. The FDLP is developing national and state strategic plans, and the two articles provide a good overview of the questions that the GPO and FDLP libraries must answer. Law librarians use plenty of government documents, and a number of law libraries are depository libraries, so these articles should be of general interest.

The editors have summarized the contents of this issue here.