What Can the Law Libraries do for you?
Join us for a BROWN BAG LUNCH on
Thursday, December 16th, 2010
State Library of Massachusetts
Room 442 State House
12 noon until 1:30 PM
Bring your lunch and hear Marnie Warner, Law Library Coordinator for the Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries, speak about the seventeen public law libraries, their services and website.
The committed TCLL staff provide legal reference services and research to the public and legal community.
Marnie will be speaking about what the law libraries can do for you, asking the audience what they would like the see the law libraries provide and will also talk about the law.gov initiative and the Massachusetts Library Access to Justice program. The law.gov initiative ensures public access to the law and the Mass Library Access to Justice program facilitates access to legal information at public libraries.
If you would like to visit the Trial Court Libraries website before the Brown Bag, please go to:
To register for the Brown Bag, please go to: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VYKB3QV
You may also do so by calling Reference directly at 617-727-2590 or by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the Friends of the State Library
Future Brown Bags will include:
January 13th 2011, Brian Harkins, the Social Law Library
February 10th, 2011 – Ken Gloss, the Brattle Bookshop
March, 2011- Bette L. Siegel, State Library, Federal Digital System
April, 2011,- Lacy Crews Stoneburner, State Library, Preservation
May, 2011- Neil Savage, The History of the General Court