Jsommer

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Name: Jamie Sommer
Date registered: August 23, 2012

Latest posts

  1. “Open States” Web Site Has Legistative Information For All States — February 28, 2013
  2. Trusting Online Law – UELMA Has a Way to Go — February 6, 2013
  3. Mayor Emanuel Ushers in New Era in City Data Access — December 20, 2012
  4. Finding Illinois Law — December 17, 2012
  5. Community Service Collection to Benefit Veterans — November 2, 2012

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“Open States” Web Site Has Legistative Information For All States

Reported by Walter Baumann:

The idea for the Sunlight Foundation’s, Open States Project, began in 2009. From an initial core of volunteers from several states, the project has gathered volunteer contributors from all 50 staes plus Wash. D.C. &

Trusting Online Law – UELMA Has a Way to Go

Reported by Walter Baumann:

In a recent posting on the blog of the Canadian legal news web site, Slaw, Judith Gaskell, former Director of the Law Library of Congress and former Director of the DePaul Rinn Law library, wrote about

Mayor Emanuel Ushers in New Era in City Data Access

Reported by Walter Baumann:

Mayor Emanuel has moved quickly to have city agencies assemble and distribute data from their operations. This data will also be used internally for data  analysis to improve city decision-making and management. To carry out

Finding Illinois Law

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The CALL Government Relations Committee is proud to publish Finding Illinois Law: A Librarian’s Guide for Non-Lawyers. Recognizing that legal research is a specialized skill practiced by attorneys and law librarians, but that the general public often has a

Community Service Collection to Benefit Veterans

In honor of Veterans Day, the CALL Community Service Committee will be taking collections at the November business meeting to benefit two excellent local groups providing services to veterans.  A Safe Haven helps veterans transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency with

Action Alert: Receipt of Unwanted and Unordered Merchandise

AALL Government Relations is asking you to take action if your law library receives unwanted and unordered merchandise from a legal materials vendor.   Check out AALL’s Action Alert for details on filing a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

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