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December 2, 2021

WSLL @ Your Service December 2021

The December issue of WSLL @ Your Service is now online. Please send any comments or suggestions to Carol Hassler.

In this issue:

Indigenous Peoples Law Research

To celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November, we set up a display in the David T. Prosser Jr. Library featuring some of the books from our indigenous law collection. Stop by the library to browse the display through the end of December. Read more

Use the Library After Hours

Would you like the convenience of using the Wisconsin State Law Library later in the evening or on weekends? If so, subscribe now to our After Hours Service. Are you already a subscriber? Now is the time to renew for 2022! Read more

New Books

Our two featured books this month are Legal research: how to find and understand the law and The law of easements and licenses in land. Our full new book list is also linked from this article, with new books on court procedure, civil rights, and trusts. Read more

Tech Tip

Are you hoping for a new phone or computer this holiday season? If so, you may be wondering how to prepare your old device for selling, re-gifting, or recycling. We link to some recent articles to give you some guidance. Read more

Library News

We share recent staff news with you in this month’s article. Be sure to add the upcoming state holidays to your calendar as well. Read more

December Snapshot

While we eagerly await the arrival of the winter solstice and gradually lengthening days, it's nice to bask in the illuminated snowflakes lining downtown Madison. Read more

Celebrating Tammy Keller's retirement

In November, the library bade a fond farewell to Tammy Keller, program assistant at the library. Tammy provided sterling service to the Wisconsin Court System and the citizens of Wisconsin for 22 years. In her retirement, Tammy looks forward to spending more time in her garden, traveling, and preparing gourmet meals. 

We will miss you, Tammy!

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