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2016 Conference 


On behalf of the organizing committee for the 2016 CALL/ACBD Conference, it is with great pleasure that we welcome you to Vancouver, British Columbia from May 15 to 18, 2016.

 

Click here to view the conference program.


Sunday, May 15, 2016 
Plenary
Law of Evidence in the Digital Environment - Dr. Luciana Duranti & Dr. Anthony Sheppard


Monday, May 16, 2016
Plenary
The Connections of Constitutional Law -  Sheila Tucker

Breakout Sessions
The Business of Aboriginal Law - Merle Alexander & Ainjil Hunt
Moving Legal Instructions Online: Engaging the New Generation of Law Students - Annette Demers, Sandra Wilkins & George Tsiakos
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about US Legal Research but Were Afraid to Ask! US Legal Research for Canadians - Penny Hazelton 
Effective Approaches for Business Development and Market Research - Karen Sawatzky, Jeff Voon & Heather Ritzer
Gathering Evidence: Practical Uses of Research Methodology to Prove Your Library's Worth - Susan Barker, Kim Nayyer, Michel-Adrian Sheppard & Shauna Mireau
Computers In Legal Research - Steve Matthews, Nate Russell, Ivan Mokaov & Eric Laughlin


Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Lightning Talks
Coordinating CALL's Social Media Channels - Alan Killpatrick
Clicklaw: Matchmaking Law Librarianship Skills and Technology - Audrey Jun
Embedding the Library in the Research Process of your Organization - Cheryl Murphy & Alicia Loo 
Judicial Judgements: A Librarian's Role - Jenny Thornhill
Play the Stress Away - Kim Clarke 

Breakout Sessions:
Leading the Digital Transformation in your Organization - Jessie Adcock, Fiona McPherson & Jennifer McNenly
Research in the Real World - George Tsiakos, Kim Clarke, Jacqueline DeGreeve & Christy MacKinnon
Copyright for Private Law Libraries - David Spratley
Rethinking Library Services: Don't Fit it if it Ain't Broke - Teresa Gleave & Jennifer McNenly
Using Maps in Legal Research - Bronwyn Guiton 
Lightning Rod: Accessibility at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario - Wendy Reynolds


Wednesday, May 18, 2016 

Plenary:
Access to Justice: Exploring the Way Forward - Johanne Blenkin, The Honourable Chief Judge Thomas J. Crabtree & Rick Craig

Breakout Sessions:
Wine, Beer and Weed: West Coast Vices of National Debate? - Mark Hicken, Kirk Tousaw & Carlos Mendes
Pathways to Digital Connections: Managing Digital Projects - Larissa Ringham & Mimi Lam
The Lean Library: How to Apply Process Improvement Concepts to your Organization - Shaunna Mireau

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