Join us for the 2013 Legal Research Institutes!

The Law Librarians' Society of DC is proud to once again offer its
introductory legal research course: the Legal Research Institutes.
The sessions cover a variety of topics and teach both print and electronic
sources. The content is aimed at those who are new to legal research and
those who want to sharpen their legal research skills. Attendees of past
Legal Research Institutes have had a wide range of experience and came from
a number of different types of libraries including law, government, health,
academic and special libraries.

This year’s Legal Research Institutes will feature some great presenters:

   -  Christine Ciambella, Reference Librarian, Pence Law Library,
   Washington College of Law, American University
   -  Todd M. Venie, Reference Librarian, Georgetown University Law Library

   - Scott Bailey, Director of Research Services, Squire Sanders LLP
   - Carrie Ansell, Legislative Research Librarian, Covington & Burling LLP
   - Ann Hemmens, Head of Reference, Georgetown University Law Library
   - Todd Weaver, Research Librarian, Jones Day

The 2013 Legal Research Institutes will take place at the Georgetown
University Law Library on March 7 and 8.

*Institute I <> (Thursday, March 7) will
cover case law, statutes, and secondary sources.

Institute II <> (Friday, March 8) will cover
legislative history, administrative law, and cost-effective research.*

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Breakfast and lunch are included with your registration. The Georgetown Law
Library is located between the Judiciary Square and Union Station Metro.
Attendees in need of parking have the option to register for free parking
with the Georgetown lot ahead of time (instructions to follow).

For more information and to register, please see the LLSDC Calendar of
Events ( Registration
will close March 4.

*Note:  Each day has its own registration so if you want to attend both
days you need to register for both Institutes I and II.  *

For further information contact Arlene Fletcher ([log in to unmask])
or Esther Cho ([log in to unmask]). A special thank you to the
Georgetown Law Library for hosting.