September: New Beginnings
To me, gray is dreary, dormant, winter. September foretells a much more interesting time. It is movement into a new season, harvest, rich luscious colors; think of the gold, orange and purple of fall flowers. It is also a new beginning for the school year, continuing education programs, and personal and professional recharging.
It is the beginning of a new season for the Law Library as well. The Library will be closed Monday, September 22 for a staff in-service day. It's a chance for all of the staff to meet and concentrate on educational programming, planning for the coming year, and taking care of the housekeeping tasks that just don't get done any other time.
September will introduce the calendar for educational programming offered by library staff members. Our most popular classes remain Skiptracing and Hiding Your Trail! Smart Online Sleuthing. These classes introduce the participant to resources, usually free, on the Internet to locate information about an individual or a company. Hiding Your Trail covers techniques when you do not want your identity revealed to the person whom you are investigating. This fall we are offering Skiptracing via WEBEX, so you can attend the class from the comfort of your office or home.
Other classes we are offering this fall include E-Filing; Legal Research for the Non-Attorney, parts 1 & 2; Finding and Filing: Trial Court Documents in King County; and Searching WestlawNext Advanced. These classes offer something for everyone.
Please call the Law Library to register for these classes. They fill up quickly.
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