Lyonette Louis-Jacques

  • CALL Position: Bulletin Committee Co-Chair & Bulletin Co-Editor, 2013-2016; Committee Member, PR (2015-2016), Grants & Chapter Awards (2015-2016), Nominations & Elections (2014-2015)
  • Foreign and International Law Librarian and Lecturer in Law at D\'Angelo Law Library, University of Chicago Law School

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From the Editors

Lyonette Louis-Jacques

This Winter 2015 CALL Bulletin issue is the second issue in the new blog format. In this issue, we tell you about the 2015-16 candidates for CALL offices. The issue is also bursting with interesting feature articles, regular, and new columns.  We have contributions from all the members of the CALL Bulletin Committee as well as other CALL-eagues.

First up, we congratulate candidates for election for the 2015-2016 CALL term: Eugene Giudice, Todd Ito, Diana Koppang, Konya Lafferty, Joe Mitzenmacher, and Kara Young! Thanks for stepping up to the plate for CALL! Continue reading From the Editors

Summer 2014 Letter from the Editors

Editors’ note: This is an online facsimile of the Summer 2014 issue of the CALL Bulletin, which was originally published in PDF format.

It’s hard to believe summer is almost over! Classes have started for some of us and the students are back in school. For others, the students have left to return to school. Endings and beginnings combined on all fronts.

In that vein, we would like to thank this year’s members of the CALL Bulletin Committee for their help with editing and writing articles – in particular Lindsey Carpino, Kara Dunn, and Michael Verderame. And we look forward to working with the new Bulletin volunteers! Continue reading Summer 2014 Letter from the Editors

Spring 2014 Editors’ Letter

Editors’ note: This is an online facsimile of the Spring 2014 issue of the CALL Bulletin, which was originally published in PDF format.

Dear Colleagues,

The great Chicago columnist  Mike Royko argued that instead of the official city motto, Urbs in Horto, or “City in a Garden,” a more fitting tagline for Chicago would be Ubi Est Mea?, “Where Is Mine?” But for most of the time since we last wrote you, our unofficial rallying cry has been Ubi Est Vernum? – “Where Is Spring?”

We can’t account for the whereabouts of the missing season, but we can finally put the Spring issue of the CALL Bulletin in your hands, if that helps any. This issue attests to the ability of CALL members to stay productive through even the most challenging conditions. Continue reading Spring 2014 Editors’ Letter

Winter 2014 Editors’ Letter

Editors’ note: This is an online facsimile of the Winter 2014 issue of the CALL Bulletin, which was originally published in PDF format.

Dear Colleagues,

Winter is here! As I’m writing this, we’ve had our first real snow fall. I love fresh snow! Everything seems new, magical, and possible then. But we leave footsteps of the past year behind us and usher in a new year. Snow is endings and new beginnings. So it is with this issue of the CALL Bulletin. In the following articles, we welcome new colleagues, discuss new experiences, celebrate leadership, and mourn the passing of a dear colleague. Continue reading Winter 2014 Editors’ Letter

New CALL Member Q&A with Michael Verderame

New CALL member Michael Verderame is a graduate student in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), and a member of the CALL Bulletin Committee. Co-editors Lyo and Kevin recently chatted with him so we could all get to know him a little better. Continue reading New CALL Member Q&A with Michael Verderame