Business Law


  1. Top Tips for SLA-NY Job/Career Changers
    Leigh Hallingby, SLA NY Chapter President 2010 |
  2. An Enforceable Code of Ethics: Why Archivists Should Be Demanding One
    Paul Morris |
  3. Information Overload
    Jackie Kilberg | | 
  4. The New Orleans Public Library Five Years after Katrina: Progress and Perspective
    Charles J. Lowry |
SLA-NY Scholarship Winners Write about Their Experience at the Annual Conference in New Orleans, 2010:
  1. Networking, When You're Not Working
    Seth J. Bookey |
  2. SLA Conference 2010: A Blueprint for Success!
    Crystal M. Cutler |
  3. Four Days of Wall-to-Wall Knowledge Sharing
    Robert Drzewicki |
  4. Rebuild, Restore, Renew
    Moy H. McIntosh |
  5. Notes on New Orleans
    Kerry Prendergast |
  6. Mingling with Professionals in the Crescent City
    Shirley Zhao |
Chapter News reports on the upcoming activities of our many groups and committees, announces upcoming events, and highlights the extraordinary work being done by members of the New York Chapter of the Special Libraries Association.

Editorial assistance for this issue was provided by Tatiana Bryant, Kristin Charles-Scaringi, Lynn Chon, and Richard Reid.

As this is "for members, by members" we hope you’ll share your ideas for future stories and volunteer to write an article for an upcoming issue. Please contact Toby Lyles at to get involved. For our vendor members, numerous advertising opportunities are available. Please contact Happy Blitt for details.

The winter issue will be published on December 13, 2010. Submissions are due November 1, 2010.

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