LLOPS Monthly Meeting, April 29

By , March 26, 2015 8:56 am

Last November, the Lane Powell library put on an evening showcase to highlight select electronic resources.  Attorneys turned up for a wine and resource pairing, and learned new tools and search tips. Join us to learn how  Philippe Cloutier and Laurel Evans developed and facilitated this event at their firm.

When:             Wednesday, April 29th Noon – 1 pm

Where:            Lane Powell, 1420 5th Ave #4200 Seattle, WA 98101  42nd Floor Conference room – behind the reception desk.  Please have your ID with you.

Congratulations to new AALL Chapter Council Chair, Philippe Cloutier!

By , March 19, 2015 9:55 am

by Amy Eaton

Please join me in congratulating the new AALL Chapter Council Chair, our own LLOPS President, Philippe Cloutier. Also elected to chair the SIS Council is Maryruth Storer from the Orange County Public Law Library. Their terms begin at the close of the 2015 Annual Meeting.

Submit Content for LLOPSCited Spring 2015

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By , March 9, 2015 9:01 am

If you have a committee update, member announcement, or any other content that you’d like included in LLOPSCited Spring 2015, please submit to Grace Feldman before March 15!

Do you like food, drinks, learning, and winning?

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By , March 4, 2015 6:45 am

Come for the programming and stay for the networking! In addition to our amazing line up of speakers, we will have time for you to meet with your colleagues and vendors over beverages and tasty snacks. We will close our networking activities with a drawing for… well, you’re just going to have to come see for yourselves!

Register by March 11 at: http://goo.gl/oxqhJC

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Propose Sessions for CALI 2015

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By , March 3, 2015 9:55 am

You have ONE MONTH to propose a session for CALIcon15.   How have you used technology in your classroom?  What is a cool tool you made with a Raspberry Pi? Did you solve the problem of keeping ebooks in your library’s collection?  Tell us all about it!  Don’t worry if you think your idea is not good enough- we’ll be sure to crush your hopes and dreams when we vote on presentations after April 3.

CALI 2015

Go to http://conference.cali.org/2015/, log in if you registered last year or register on the site and submit a presentation.  If your presentation is selected, you get to attend CALIcon for the low, low, LOW price of $95.

Grants available for the Spring Professional Development Workshop

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By , February 26, 2015 10:16 am

The Grants Committee is still accepting applications for the Spring Professional Development Workshop! If you would like help covering the cost of registration, please fill out the 2015 grant application and return to Carly Eyler by Wednesday, March 11th.

Register for the LLOPS Spring Professional Development Workshop

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By , February 26, 2015 5:00 am

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LLOPS Members are invited to register now at: http://goo.gl/oxqhJC

To register at the Individual or Associate LLOPS Member level of $60, you must log in to your wild apricot account. Please contact Kim Ositis Kim.Ositis@kingcounty.gov if you need assistance with your account.

NWLIA March 11 Event

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By , February 25, 2015 6:45 am

The Northwest Legal Industry Alliance invites you to join us for a networking reception and presentation by Dan Lear entitled:

Legal Professionals: IBM’s Watson is coming for your job.  Are you ready?

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

4:00 – 6:00 pm

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

1201 Third Avenue, Suite 2200

Seattle, Washington 98101

Registration: http://bit.ly/1rSqsuq

Wine, beer and appetizers will be served.

The cost to attend is $20 per person and pre-registration is required.

About the presentation:

In 2011 IBM’s Watson soundly defeated two very successful former champions of the quiz-show Jeopardy! It was a benchmark if not for the artificial intelligence itself then certainly for AI in the public consciousness. But Watson is not stopping there; in fact, “he’s” just getting started. Among the first industries that Watson is tackling is law, with help from legal technology innovators Dan Katz and Paul Lippe. An engineer from IBM has even built a “personal Watson” for pro se litigation. If IBM can teach Watson to win Jeopardy, you can bet they can teach it file briefs, organize and review contracts, and perform routine, and maybe even more complex, legal tasks. And IBM is not the only one working on these problems. Hundreds of legal technology startups and millions of venture capital dollars are bringing an lodging an innovative market-disrupting assault on the monolith that has been the legal industry (including challenging regulation of lawyers).

Join fellow LLOPSters at Rock Bottom, Wednesday 2/25 @ 4:30

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By , February 24, 2015 10:40 am

Please join us 4:30-ish tomorrow as we hit Rock Bottom again.  You pay for your beverage, LLOPS does the apps.



Cocktails for a Cause

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By , February 18, 2015 12:03 pm

Last March Lisa Stone, the Executive Director of Legal Voice, attended a LLOPS meeting and spoke about her organization’s ongoing commitment to advancing the legal rights of women in the Northwest . Join Lisa and the rest of the Legal Voice staff at their annual fundraising event Cocktails for a Cause on Thursday, March 19th. This year they are focusing the conversation on economic justice and how they can create change for working women and families. You can read more about the event and purchase tickets here: http://www.legalvoice.org/news/spring.html.

This is a great organization doing important work in Washington and beyond, please consider attending this event and showing your support for Legal Voice!



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