By Elizabeth Holland
Help give law librarians a strong showing on Capitol Hill by participating in AALL’s Virtual Lobby Day on March 27!
At the end of the month, nearly two dozen AALL members will travel to Washington, D.C., where they will meet with their members of Congress to discuss AALL’s top priority issues as part of our 2014 Local Advocate Lobby Day. Their conversations will cover a range of important topics facing law librarianship, from proposed surveillance and privacy reforms, transparency and open government legislation, and funding for the Government Printing Office, Library of Congress, and related agencies.
From the comfort of your desk, you can help to magnify the impact of these meetings and expand AALL’s influence in Congress. Sign up to participate in our Virtual Lobby Day and you will receive directions and tips about contacting your member of Congress on March 27 using our Legislative Action Center. The AALL Government Relations Office will provide background information on legislation, talking points, sample messages, and suggested tips to help maximize your influence. Email me at email@example.com with any questions.
Register for the Virtual Lobby Day by March 25 to receive in your inbox all the information you’ll need to make a difference for law libraries. Thanks for all that you do to raise the profile of AALL and law librarians everywhere.