We have a lot of wonderful content from 2019 to share with you in this issue and are looking forward to the articles we’ll receive in 2020!
Thank you to our CALL members who wrote recaps of the valuable lessons learned and interesting sights from conferences they attended through CALL grants for this issue! Thanks also go to our leaders who have provided recaps of recent CALL events. Continue reading Letter from the Editors
Welcome to this rather short, but very important Fall 2019 issue of the CALL Bulletin. Inside you will find the regular business information of CALL, including a recap of the September 2019 Business Meeting as well as the complete slate of candidates for the 2020 CALL Board.
Anne Hudson, recipient of a CALL grant, reviews the 2019 AALL meeting, and with it fond memories of summer. Additionally, Matt Timko provides musings on “maintaining” a work-life balance.
Fall is the perfect time to get cozy and comfortable with the CALL Bulletin, so enjoy!
The Nominations and Elections Committee is proud to announce your slate of candidates for the next executive board election. Candidates’ backgrounds and personal statements will be posted in the members’ only area of the CALL website in the next two months.
Continue reading 2020-2021 CALL Executive Board Nominations
In this final issue of the 2018-2019 CALL session, we take the time to consider our accomplishments as a community and what we hope to achieve in the 2019-2020 session. Each of our 14 committees submitted their reports. This year our committees introduced seasonal happy hours, sponsored or co-sponsored six educational presentations, relocated our archives, revised Article IV of our bylaws, and more! Looking forward, Jessie LeMar, president of CALL, provides words of encouragement heading into the 2019-2020 session.
We also congratulate the recipients of our annual awards: Julie Pabarja, Margaret Schilt, Keith Ann Stiverson, and Chapman & Culter.
Finally, we hear from Heidi Kuehl about the AALL Day of Advocacy, and Sarah Sherman interviews Jacob Jost from the Illinois Supreme Court on recent updates to UELMA.
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