Law Library Journal
The membership of the Southwestern Association of Law Libraries converged in Little Rock, Arkansas, for the forty-seventh annual meeting on March 31-April 2, 2005, to discover and discuss issues and the latest innovations in the legal information profession for the twenty-first century. The theme was "Big Ideas Come from Little Rock." The staff of the University of Arkansas Little Rock/Pulaski County Law Library hosted the preconference program, "Basic Legal Research for the Non-Law Librarian," which broke attendance records for outside-Texas meeting locations. Successful marketing of the preconference to the Arkansas library community, including the Arkansas Documents Consortium, resulted in thirty-one registered attendees from public, college, and university libraries.
Susan T. Phillips,
Chapter Report: Southwestern Association of Law Libraries,
Law Libr. J.
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