FCIL Newsletter/May 1998
v. 12, no. 3
Allison to Speak in Anaheim
From AALL press release dated February 25, 1998:
Noted legal technology expert G. Burgess Allison will be one of the
keynote speakers at the American Association of Law Libraries' (AALL) 91st
Annual Meeting in Anaheim, California, July 11-16, 1998. Allison will speak
on Tuesday, July 14, addressing the enormous impact technology has had
on the legal profession.
Allison is the Manger of Information Systems for the Center for Advanced
Aviation System Development, a division of the MITRE Corporation, a not-for-profit
corporation that operates federally funded research and development centers
for the Air Force and the Federal Aviation Administration. He is the author
of The Lawyer's Guide to the Internet, the American Bar Association's (ABA)
best-selling book for 1995-1996, as well as two new ABA books --The Lawyer's
Quick Guide to Netscape Navigator and The Lawyer's Quick Guide to Internet
Explorer. He also serves as Technical Editor of Law Practice Management
magazine, and he writes the magazine's featured technology column, "Technology
Update." Allison has been writing "Technology Update" since
1983, and received the LPMS Distinguished Writing Award in 1992.
"Burgess Allison's speech will bridge the virtual gap, connecting
the information and technology needs of the practicing bar with the cutting
edge expertise of law librarians," said AALL President Judy Meadows.
"His presentation is also guaranteed to be full of insight and humor."
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