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Bridging the Gap 2011

March 15, 2011

Bridging the Gap 2011 is an intensive day-long program for law students to review research skills before summer employment begins.  Hear from experts on how to cost-effectively tackle your summer employment research assignments.  Listen to a panel of attorneys with advice on how to have a successful summer experience. 

Bridging the Gap 2011 is sponsored by the Law Librarians Society of D.C. (LLSDC) and the Young Lawyers Section of the Bar of the District of Columbia.  

Our very own Mary Kate Hunter, Reference/Government Contracts Librarian, will discuss “Government Contracts Law Research.”  Other topics in the break out sessions include researching securities law, tax law and patent law.  Separate sections on cost-effective legal research and on legislative history are included.

Bridging the Gap 2011 is scheduled for  April 8 at Georgetown University Law Center.   For more information and to register for the program, click here.   The registration deadline is April 1.

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