CALL/ACBD Conference ( #callacbd2016) Underway in Vancouver
If you're not able to be at the conference, be sure to follow the hashtag #callacbd2016. Seeing photos and candid moments and thoughts from the event really feel like the next best thing to being there! I've already hit on a few cool things...
This short & sweet handout contains three ideas for business development/marketing projects that law firm librarians can tackle right away:
Handout for the #CALLACBD2016 session Business Development & Marketing research https://t.co/KHzOGKG6Q0— Bronwyn Guiton (@BronwynMaye) May 16, 2016
US legal research terms demystified, from a session entitled "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about US Legal Research But Were Afraid to Ask! US Legal Research For Canadians":
Comparison of US / Canadian legal research terminology #legalresearch #callacbd2016 pic.twitter.com/465uqyyTCa— Brenda Lauritzen (@BrendaLauritzen) May 16, 2016
The winners of this year's Hugh Lawford Award for Excellence in Legal Publishing are Thomson Reuters & WestlawNext Canada:
Thomson Reuters Staff at their best! Congrats! @CALLACBD #callacbd2016 @WestlawCanada @TRCanadaTax @PracticalLawCA pic.twitter.com/pEN9Kjjc4S— Allison Bale (@allicat1999) May 17, 2016
And lastly, I was glad to see that the panel session Steve participated in, Computers in Legal Research, was well received!
There are still two days of sessions left. I'm keen to see more live-tweeting, especially from this morning's Lightning Talks!Fascinating panel on #ai in law at #callacbd2016 with @stevematthews @nrusse @IvanMokanov and TR Legal rep. Well informed. Zero hyperbole— Colin Lachance (@ColinLachance) May 16, 2016