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Registration for the New Law Librarians' Institute 2014 now open
The New Law Librarians' Institute, sponsored by CALL/ACBD, is an intensive, week-long program aimed at developing librarians' skills in the key competencies of law librarianship. The program will feature expert instruction from leading law librarians and law professors, small class size, a mix of lectures and practical sessions, hands on sessions, and valuable take-home materials. The Institute will be held at the Brian Dickson Law Library, University of Ottawa with accommodation in the university's residences.
Sessions to be included:
Introduction to Property Law
Introduction to Quebec Civil Law
Introduction to Aboriginal Law
Introduction to Constitutional Law
*Registration fee includes Institute sessions and supplemental materials, accommodations at the University of Ottawa Residences from Sunday, June 8 to Thursday, June 12, breakfast and lunch Monday through Thursday. The fee also includes an opening reception on Sunday, June 8. This price does not include HST.
**Registration fee includes Institute sessions and supplemental materials, breakfast and lunch Monday through Thursday. The fee also includes an opening reception on Sunday, June 8. This price does not include HST.
For more information on the New Law Librarians' Institute, please contact Dory at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can register online.
CALL/ACBD members who have been in good standing for a minimum of twelve months are invited to apply for funding from the CALL/ACBD Education Reserve Fund to support their attendance at the Institute.
Information about the fund and a link to the application form are also available on the CALL/ACBD website.
Members who wish to apply should do so on or before April 1, 2014.
Applications should be submitted to:
Ann Marie Melvie, Chair
CALL/ACBD Scholarships and Awards Committee