Dear All,

We are pleased to invite you to join us at the first joint conference
hosted by the Chinese and American Forum on Legal Information and Law
Libraries (CAFLL
) and the Western Pacific Chapter of the American Association of Law
Libraries (WestPac
October 7th – 11th, 2015, at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel
in Honolulu, Hawaii.

          *The conference is now open for registration*.  Please visit
2015 conference website
for detailed information about conference registration, fees and hotel

The joint conference is the first collaboration between the two library
professional organizations and will feature the theme “Challenges,
Competencies and Opportunities.”  The conference is co-sponsored by the
American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), China University of Political
Science and Law (CUPL), and East China University of Political Science and
Law (ECUPL).  Intended to provide a forum for educational exchange among
legal information professionals from China and the United States, the
conference will be attended by a delegation of law librarians, library
directors, deans and faculty from over fifteen prominent law schools in
China, as well as their counterparts from the United States.

Conference programs include: (for detailed program descriptions, schedule
and listing of speakers, see the CAFLL website

·       Legal Education: Then and Now

·       Incorporating Legal Research Competencies into the Law School

·       Challenges of E-Legal Information Age – Collection Development and
Resource Sharing in Law Libraries

·       Striking the Balance in Your Library Catalog:  TLI v. TMI

·       Continuing Education for Law Librarians

·       User Service and Library Space Solutions for Innovative Legal

·       The Evolving Face of Reference Services

·       Legal Aspects of Business and Trade with China

For more information please contact:

Evelyn Ma (CAFLL): [log in to unmask] (203)432-7120

Mari Cheney (WestPac) [log in to unmask] (503)768-6708

Xiaomeng "Alex" Zhang
Reference Librarian
S-134 Legal Research
University of Michigan Law School

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