OREGON COUNCIL OF COUNTY LAW LIBRARIES

The Oregon Council of County Law Libraries (OCCLL), organized in 1975, is a cooperative organization of county law libraries that serves attorneys, judges, litigants, and the general public. Members share resources, information and present educational programs for library staff. OCCLL members offer consultations, on-site visits and professional evaluations of existing collections to improve the overall quality of county law libraries in the state.

 

OCCLL FALL MEETING AGENDA

 OregonState Library

Room 103

 

Directions

 

9:15 a.m.            Continental Breakfast

9:45 a.m.            Business meeting

10:45 a.m.          Break

11:00 a.m.          Interactive family law forms, Holly Rudolph and Daniel Parr, OJD

Noon                 Lunch, catered Croissant & Co.

1:00 p.m.            Legislative History & Oregon State Documents,  State Library

  2:00 p.m.             The Unbeatable Awesomeness of OneNote, Julia Sathler and

                             Esti Shay, Ninth Circuit Court Library                                                          2:45 a.m.            Break                

3:00 pm             Business meeting resumes

4:00                   Tour of the State Archives

 

After the tour we'll gather at Ritter's Restaurant  102 Liberty St. NE

 

 

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If you have a question regarding OCCLL or the website, contact Martha Renick, Multnomah Law Librarian.

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