State Law Librarian Selected To Attend Nat’l Conference
Monday, February 15, 2010
- Organization: KY Post
FRANKFORT, Ky. – State Law Librarian Jennifer Frazier was a member of a three-person Kentucky team that recently participated in a national conference about how public libraries can improve online access to legal information at libraries.
The team was one of the 15 teams chosen to attend the conference out of the 42 teams that applied from 31 states.
Frazier’s teammates were Terry L. Manuel, branch manager of program development for the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, and Marc Theriault, a law and technology projects manager for the Legal Aid Society of Louisville.
The Conference on Public Libraries and Access to Justice took place Jan. 11-12 in Austin, Texas, and was hosted by the Self-Represented Litigation Network in cooperation with the Legal Services Corp. The Self-Represented Litigation Network is hosted by the National Center for State Courts. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funded the conference.