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The SCALL listserv is a general discussion list for members of the Southern California Association of Law Libraries.
Please keep this information in case you need to unsubscribe or have questions about the list.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

Send your request to Suzie Shatarevyan, the SCALL Listserv Administrator (suzie.shatarevyan@lls.edu).

HOW TO UNSUBSCRIBE

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HOW TO SEND MESSAGES, QUESTIONS, ETC. TO THE LIST

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This will send your message to all subscribers of the mailing list. The most common mistake is to send subscribe to unsubscribe messages directly to the list address. All subscribe and unsubscribe messages should go to SCALL-request@LISTSERV.AALLNET.ORG. 

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Appropriate topics for this list include, but are not limited to:

  •  local workshops and seminars

  •  notice of membership changes

  •  committee news

  •  requests for volunteers for SCALL activities

  •  news of interest to the Southern California law library community

  •  reference requests that are local in nature

  •  hard to find ILL requests

  •  discussions of issues relating to our jobs

  •  informal surveys

Job listings with the SCALL Placement Committee are automatically posted to this list. You do not need to specifically request the job listings from the committee if you are a subscriber to this list. If you have a job to advertise, please contact the placement committee and have the job listed through them so your listing will also be included in the SCALL Newsletter.

Not everyone has access to e-mail, so please do not use this as a substitute for the SCALL Newsletter. If what you post is really important, make sure you follow up with the newsletter editor.

This is an open list, and as such the responsibility for the content and accuracy of a message lies with the author. Messages are not reviewed before posting and distribution, and may not reflect the opinions of the SCALL Board or the listowner.

GUIDELINES & ETIQUETTE

Advertisements from commerical vendors/publishers are not acceptable.

Messages of general (in contrast to local) interest to the law library community should be posted to LAW-LIB, PRIVATELAWLIB, or LAWLIBREF. Please don't duplicate postings to this and other law library lists. You can probably safely assume that most subscribers to this list are also subscribers to LAWLIB and/or PRIVATELAWLIB.

The author of a message should be consulted before forwarding a message from this or any other list.

Please don't post very long documents to this list, but feel free to offer to e-mail a document to those who specifically request it.

Avoid typing in all CAPS as that will be interpreted by your readers as SHOUTING.

When posting a message, try to include a very specific subject line. Many people receive a high volume of messages every day, and may skip a message that doesn't immediately appear of interest.

Remember that this is a written medium, and so it can be difficult to always convey the tone that you intend, so be careful in your use of humor and sarcasm and label it as such.

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LISTSERV OWNER

The listowner is Suzie Shatarevyan, Chair, SCALL Information Technology Committee, at suzie.shatarevyan@lls.edu. Please feel free to send Suzie an e-mail message if you have any questions or suggestions for this list.

Discussion Forum Rules and Conditions

 

Southern California Association of Law Libraries Discussion Forum Rules and Conditions

The following are the rules and conditions of participation in the Southern California Association of Law Libraries Discussion Forums. By subscribing to and participating in this Discussion Forum, users hereby agree to be bound by and warrant their full compliance with the following terms of participation:
This Discussion Forum is a service provided by the Southern California Association of Law Libraries in furtherance of its nonprofit and tax-exempt purposes. This Discussion Forum may be used only by Southern California Association of Law Libraries members and only for the purpose of discussing matters related to or arising out of the Law Librarian profession represented by Southern California Association of Law Libraries.
Southern California Association of Law Libraries accepts no responsibility for the opinions and information posted on this Discussion Forum by others. Southern California Association of Law Libraries disclaims all warranties with regard to information posted on this Discussion Forum, whether posted by Southern California Association of Law Libraries or others; this disclaimer includes all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness. In no event shall Southern California Association of Law Libraries be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages, or damages of any kind whatsoever, resulting from loss of use, data or profits, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of any information posted on this Discussion Forum.
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