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Member News: Much congrats to Jane Moberg and Kris Turner! Jane was selected as one of Wisconsin Law Journal's 2014 Unsung Heroes. And Kris Turner was named the Wisconsin Library Association's 2014 Rising Star.
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Let's go to the MAALL: The Mid-America Association of Law Libraries is inviting LLAW members to join their interactive conference in Chicago in October, at the MAALL member rate! Also, conference coordinators encourage you to submit program proposals. 
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The Fall LLAW Briefs is here. This issue is chock full of information, including members' reports from this summer's conferences!
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Registration is now open for the May 22 joint LLAW/SLA meeting. Judith Gaskell, former U.S. Supreme Court librarian will be speaking! Go here for more details and to register: http://www.aallnet.org/chapter/llaw/programs/index.htm
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At last night's LLAW meeting, Kim Graba, librarian at the Racine Correctional Institution (RCI), gave us a great inside look at what's it's like working in a prison library!

What was your biggest take-away from the presentation?

As inmates are often working with public defenders with a large caseload, they seek additional legal assistance. As a librarian working in a legal capacity, have you come across difficult situations where you were urged to provide legal advice/assistance rather than legal information?
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Registration is now open for our first quarterly meeting of the 2012/2013 year: http://www.aallnet.org/chapter/llaw/programs/index.htm

Join us for this special 30 year anniversary celebration!
LLAW meets quarterly to discuss business, to listen to speakers on educational topics, and to network with colleagues.
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There are jobs posted on all THREE of our job placement pages (Madison, Milwaukee, and Other - in this case, Chicago). A rare occurrence indeed. Follow the link to check them out:
Job opportunities for law librarians in Wisconsin and elsewhere.
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This is a reminder that LLAW is now accepting nominations for its first “Distinguished Service Award.”  The award will recognize “achievement in a particular area of law librarianship, service to LLAW, and/or the legal community, or contributions to the professional literature.”  Further criteria for consideration can include any of the following: 

•  Outstanding leadership in LLAW, at meetings, and in              committee work.
•  Special and notable service to LLAW, such as participation in special projects.
•  Participation in seminars, teaching courses, and public speaking activities.
•  Publication and editorial contributions to professional literature.
•  Innovations at the worksite.
•  Mentoring activities which encourage others in the profession.
•  Extracurricular activities which provide the profession and/or LLAW with commendable publicity and acclaim.
•  Other achievements indicating noteworthy dedication to the profession of law librarianship/information science. 

To nominate a worthy colleague, download the form from http://www.aallnet.org/chapter/llaw/membership/grants.html. The deadline for submissions is March 14th at 4:30 p.m.

Please contact Diane Duffey at dduffey@habush.com for further information and/or to submit your nomination. Also remember that the Wisconsin Law Journal is partnering with us on this award.

Help us to recognize LLAW members for their wonderful contributions and nominate a colleague today!  
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At last night's business meeting, Bruce Hoesly from the LRB presented on tips and tricks for navigating the Wisconsin Administrative Code online. What was your biggest take-away?
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See this new part-time opening with an application deadline this week!
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Registration is now open for the 3rd Quarterly Meeting on Tuesday, February 19th at Quarles & Brady's offices in Milwaukee and Madison.

Bev Butula and Kris Turner will be discussing the evolving online world!

Go to LLAW's Programs page here: http://www.aallnet.org/chapter/llaw/programs/index.htm to register online.
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The Fall newsletter is now available on our website. Check it out!
http://www.aallnet.org/chapter/llaw/publications/index.htm
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The Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin (LLAW) is a non-profit organization established for educational, informational and social purposes. Its objectives are to promote librarianship; develop the usefulness of libraries and the skill of their users; cultivate the profession of law librarianship; foster a spirit of cooperation among members; and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and resources on a state-wide level.

LLAW became a chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries in June 1982. Today over 100 members represent all segments of the legal library community, including private law firm, corporate, county, state, federal, and academic librarians.

LLAW meets quarterly to discuss business, to listen to speakers on educational topics, and to network with colleagues. Visitors are always welcome at our meetings. For location and details of meetings, please see Programs. In addition to our own meetings, LLAW and its members participate in library and legal conferences at the state and national level.