It’s difficult to believe that fall lasts until December 21 when we’ve already experienced sub-zero temperatures here in Chicago, but here we are. Perhaps this issue of the CALL Bulletin will be a pleasant reminder of warmer times.
In fact, this issue comprises our final recap of the AALL proceedings this summer with two grantee reports from Heidi Kuehl and Matthew Timko, a recap of Cool Tools Café from Debbie Ginsberg, and an item on the award of Legislator of the Year to U.S. representative Mike Quigley at the beginning of August.
We also have a featured piece from Eugene Giudice on the nature of transition that conveniently dovetails with the changing of the seasons. Donna Tuke writes on tax deductions for law librarians, Juanita Harrell covers mandatory e-filing, and of course, we have a round up of committee news. Also be sure to check out the nominees for the 2017-2018 CALL executive board.
Stay warm out there, and we’ll be back in a couple of months with the 70th anniversary issue!