September 2022 Business Meeting

Registration is now open for our September 22, 2022 business meeting. Please see your email or reach out to Mike McMillan or Clare Willis for the registration link.

Location: Zoom
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (Please stay on Zoom after the meeting to network and catch up with CALL friends.)
Cost: free

Speaker: CALL welcomes Canadian author and barrister Daniel Scanlan, who will share insight into the Canadian legal system. He will also describe his experiences writing his first novel, cybercrime thriller The Hacker. Daniel Scanlan is a lawyer who has practiced extensively in the areas of cybercrime, digital evidence, wiretap, smuggling, and money laundering. He wrote the non-fiction Digital Evidence in Criminal Law and was a contributing author to The Lawyer’s Guide to the Forensic Sciences, winner of the Walter Owen Book Prize. He lives on Vancouver Island and enjoys ocean kayaking and hiking. When not outdoors, he is reading and will read almost anything, except books about lawyers. The Hacker is his first novel.

Community Service:  In conjunction with the September Business Meeting, the Community Service Committee encourages CALL members to make a monetary donation to SitStayRead, a Chicago-based non-profit working to advance children’s literacy skills using an engaging curriculum, certified dogs, and dedicated volunteers. Alternatively, SitStayRead, publishes their own line of inclusive books for early readers and all proceeds from the sale of these books goes directly back to supporting SitStayRead and literacy education.

To make a donation:

To purchase a book from SitStayRead:

Community Service is also setting up a day in late September/early October through the Alliance for the Great Lakes to clean up Montrose Beach. More details forthcoming.

Door Prizes: Two gift cards will be raffled during the meeting courtesy of LexisNexis.

Registration ends September 19th.
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