Date: Thursday, September 20, 2012
Time: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Place: Albany Public Library 1st Floor Auditorium
In these tough economic times, public library staff who work the reference/information desk are finding themselves more frequently referring patrons who need legal assistance and/or wish to conduct legal research. The workshop’s speakers will highlight the resources and services provided by three local libraries and two legal services organizations. There will be an opportunity for questions and discussion after the presentations. Participating organizations:
- Frances Bergan Law Library (Albany County Public Access Law Library) and the Supreme Court Library (Rensselaer County Public Access Law Library)
- The Schaffer Law Library of the Albany Law School
- The New York State Library
- The Legal Project of the Capital District Women’s Bar Association
- The Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York.
Continuing Ed Contact Hours: 2 Contact Hours; Certificate provided.
Coffee and light refreshment will be served.
There is some free parking in our lot behind the library at the Elk Street entrance; there is also long-term metered parking along Elk Street. Elk Street is one-way; access Elk via Swan or Hawk from Washington Avenue. CDTA stops at Washington and Lark (next door to or across the street from APL). Google Maps.
Paraprofessionals/library assistants and MLS/MSIS graduate students are also especially welcome!