Category Archives: Libraries

We Are Visitors in Litigants’ Lives — More on Medical Analagies

I have to share an extract from Dr. Bach’s final NYT article about his wife’s cancer.  His reflections about how the experience of him and his wife, Ruth, with their cancer has changed his own behavior should challenge all of … Continue reading

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LSC TIG Request for Letters of Intent

The LSC TIG request for Letters of Intent is now out.  The Letters of Intent (LOI) are due Monday March 7, 2011.  This Wed Feb 16 webinar (update — now available here) on the process would be particularly helpful for … Continue reading

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Public Library Access to Justice News: Masachusetts Bookmarks

Nice Report from Massachusetts on how they spent their tiny ($975) minigrant awarded after the Conference on Public Libraries and Access to Justice. “[Massachusetts] spent the  mini-grant on printing posters and bookmarks.  We distributed the bookmarks and posters to every … Continue reading

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