The meeting was held at Wildfire (159 W. Erie Street) on Thursday May 10, 2018.
CALL President Clare Willis opened the meeting by welcoming the membership. There were 76 attendees at the meeting. Clare also summarized everything that CALL accomplished this past year: CALL awarded $5000 in grants, posted 17 positions, advocated for preserving net neutrality, established a professional development task force, hosted several continuing education events, and raised $1100 for local service organizations. She also mentioned that the Strategic Planning Committee was still working on a plan, but that the Board recently approved the committee’s proposed new mission statement: “CALL supports legal information professionals through advocacy, education, and engagement.” Clare also introduced and thanked the meeting sponsor, Wolters Kluwer. Continue reading May 2018 Business Meeting Roundup
The CALL Bulletin Committee would like to congratulate Keith Ann Stiverson on her role as AALL President. [For more details, see the August 17, 2015 AALL press release and the August 14, 2015 Chicago Daily Law Bulletin at 3] Keith Ann has chosen the theme of “Make It New: Create the Future” for the 2016 Annual Meeting in Chicago. I know we are all looking forward to this conference!
Best of luck to you, Keith Ann!
CALL held its fourth and final business meeting of the year on May 14, 2015 at Wildfire Chicago, 159 W. Erie. One hundred and nine members registered for the meeting.
Members who have volunteered with CALL stand during Margaret’s call for participation
Margaret Schilt opened the meeting
Future, Current and Past AALL Presidents in attendance at CALL Meeting
CALL Donations were generous, as usual
President Margaret Schilt opened the meeting by recognizing the continuing and new Executive Board members:
- Julie Pabarja, Incoming President
- Stephanie Crawford, Treasurer
- Robert Martin, Director
- Todd Ito, Vice-President and President-Elect
- Diana Koppang, Secretary
- Konya Lafferty, Director
Continue reading May 2015 Business Meeting Round-Up
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