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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Judy Russell's Whirlwind Schedule

SLIG's own course coordinator and instructor, Judy Russell, will be presenting at the following events for the remainder of 2015:

October 7th
Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"An Evening with Judy Russell"
http://hsp.org/calendar/an-evening-with-judy-russell-the-legal-genealogist

October 9th
Church History Museum Auditorium, Salt Lake City, Utah
“After the Courthouse Burns: Rekindling Family History Through DNA,”
http://blog.bcgcertification.org

Octobr 17th
Louisville Genealogical Society, Louisville, Kentucky
Family History Seminar and Book Fair
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kylgs/seminar1.htm

October 24th
Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, Indiana
Genealogy and Local History Fair
http://blog.library.in.gov

October 30th & 31st
North Hills Genealogy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Fall Conference
http://www.northhillsgenealogists.org/upload/files/NHGFall2015BrochureLetter(2).pdf

November 7th
Fairfax Genealogical Society, Dunn Loring, Virginia
12th Annual Fall Fair
http://fxgs.org/cpage.php?pt=21

November 14, 2015
Hudson County Genealogical Society, Secaucus Public Library
"Genealogy and DNA"
http://www.hudsoncountynjgenealogy.org/events.html

December 5th
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, David Library of the American Revolution
"Autosomal DNA Testing"
http://www.bucksgen.org/index.php/bcgs-programs

Judy is the coordinator for the course entitled "Corpus Juris: Advanced Legal Concepts for Genealogy," which will be held at SLIG in 2016. While this course is sold out for 2016, it should be on everyone's list to take to improve their knowledge and skills as a genealogist.

Judy's course offers students an opportunity for a deeper understanding of the rich research resources of the law, including those generally available only at law libraries. Students will work with legal records and sources, gaining a better grasp of legal history and its implications for research as well as the skills to find and apply the law to solve genealogical problems. Individual sessions will focus on specific legal disciplines (criminal, civil, naturalization and the like) and students will have the opportunity to visit and use the resources of a major university law library.

There are still eight courses left that have seats remaining for the 2016 institute. For more information, go to http://ugagenealogy.org/aem.php?lv=p&epg=87&eid=16.

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