The LLOPS Grants Committee received several very strong applications this year and tried to support as many of them as possible. The Committee has awarded $1,558 to four members (listed below) in support of their attendance at the 2015 Annual Meeting in Philadelphia and the Spring Professional Development Workshop. We all look forward to the recipients’ report on the events and programming of the 108th annual gathering of AALL.
- LaJean Humphries, Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt – $599
- Melissa Pinch, K&L Gates – $599
- Mary Thurston, University of Washington – $300
Attended the Professional Development Workshop
Our annual Business Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 24th from Noon to 1 pm
Lane Powell, 1420 5th Ave #4200 Seattle, WA 98101
42nd Floor Conference room – behind the reception desk.
Please have your ID with you! Cupcakes will be served.
Unable to attend the meeting in person? You can attend virtually, see details in the email!
The Chinese and American Forum on Legal Information and Law Libraries (CAFLL) & American Association of Law Libraries – Western Pacific Chapter (WestPac) Joint Conference
October 7-11, 2015
Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel, in Honolulu, Hawaii
The conference is now open for registration. Please visit WestPac’s 2015 conference website for detailed information about conference registration, fees and hotel reservation. The joint conference is the first collaboration between the two library professional organizations and will feature the theme “Challenges, Competencies and Opportunities.” The conference is co-sponsored by the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL), and East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL). Intended to provide a forum for educational exchange among legal information professionals from China and the United States, the conference will be attended by a delegation of law librarians, library directors, deans and faculty from over fifteen prominent law schools in China, as well as their counterparts from the United States.
For detailed program descriptions, schedule and listing of speakers, see the CAFLL website. For more information please contact: Evelyn Ma (CAFLL): firstname.lastname@example.org (203)432-7120 Mari Cheney (WestPac) email@example.com (503)768-6708
PSALA and NWLIA present:
“What do Professionalism, Civility, & Retention have to do with Diversity & Inclusion and the Future of the Legal Profession?”
Thursday, July 16, 2015
8:00 am — 11:30 am
Sandra S. Yamate
Chief Executive Officer,
The Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession
Past efforts to increase diversity in the legal profession have been sincere but not inclusive enough…not ambitious enough…not robust enough. The Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession is driving real progress through comprehensive outreach and original programming to replace barriers with bridges between legal, judicial, professional, educational, and governmental institutes. Market Intervention is Necessary for Real Change. Our work begins now, with a simple goal: Fewer walls, more doors. Please join Sandra Yamate, Esq. and other leaders in the legal community for a presentation and interactive discussion aimed at reducing walls and opening doors.
More details will follow in a formal invitation in the next few weeks.
Our annual Business Meeting is approaching!
When: Wednesday, June 24th from Noon to 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! Unable to attend the meeting in person? You can attend virtually, see details in the email!
LLOPS is celebrating 25 years so we’re throwing a party! Come join us on Thursday, June 18th from 4:30-6pm at Stokes Lawrence (1420 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3000).
Beer, wine and soda graciously donated by Stokes Lawrence and yummy appetizers provided by LLOPS.
Please RSVP by logging on to your Wild Apricot account.
Why Thursday, June 18th? It’s 25 years to the day that AALL sanctioned LLOPS. Read a congratulatory letter to LLOPS from AALL President Holly Riccio.