Canadian Association of Law Libraries Conference: Complimentary Registration
Complimentary registration for up to 4 library science students to attend the
Canadian Association of Law Libraries Conference, May 15-18, Calgary, AB
To apply you must:
Be currently enrolled library and information studies students
Write a short essay (no more than 200 words) about why you would like to attend the CALL conference and submit with your application.
Specify the library school you are attending.
Enter the subject line of your email as: Library School CALL conference program.
Recipients will also write a brief report of 400 to 500 words about the experience, or blog about the conference, and submit it no more than four weeks after the conference.
Award: complimentary registration to the conference for 4 students from across the country.
The CALL conference is a wonderful opportunity to meet legal information professionals from coast to coast and learn about exciting developments and opportunities in this specialized field of librarianship.
You'll be able to attend a wide variety of presentations on contemporary legal issues affecting law libraries in law societies, courts, government and private law firms, and learn about developments in legal publishing.
The full registration package covers admission to all presentations, meetings, the exhibit hall, as well as the opening reception, awards lunch and closing banquet. Transportation, accommodation and all other costs would be at your own expense.
For additional details about the conference, see the Canadian Association of Law Libraries web site.
Deadline: April 8, 2011.
To apply for complimentary registration, email Rosalie [dot] foxscc-csc [dot] gc [dot] ca
Remember to enter Library School CALL conference program as the subject line.