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Marti A Minor presentations from Fall 2014 Directors Meeting

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Most Common Legal Issues in Public Libraries

Most Common Legal Issues in Public Libraries:
An Annotated Outline
Marti A. Minor, J.D., M.L.I.S.
April 2014

These materials are provided as general information only. No legal advice is being given by the Georgia Public Library Service, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, or any other person. You should consult with your attorney on all legal matters.

This PDF document is from the April 2014 New Directors Training event

Marti Minor's Presentation Materials from Winter Directors Meeting

The materials from Marti Minor's legal presentation at the Winter 2012 Public Library Directors Meeting are now available for download. You'll find them on the Directors Meeting page, linked on the GPLS website from the Public Library Info page:

http://www.georgialibraries.org/dir_mtg/12_2012/

You'll find these documents:
- Georgia Open Meetings and Records Law Handbook
- Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse
- Legal and Legislative Update Slideshow

84-page "Personnel Policies for Public Libraries by Marti A. Minor" available for download

Just added to the Meeting Documents page for the May 2012 Directors Meeting: The full document of "Personnel Policies for Public Libraries | by Marti A. Minor"

Media Files of Marti Minor's Legal Presentation

The media files of Marti Minor's 'Legal Issues in Georgia's Public Libraries' presentation from the May 2010 Directors Meeting are now available online. Marti Minor is Senior Clerk for a federal judge in Atlanta.

>> Go to the media files

These materials are provided as general information only. No legal advice is being given by the Georgia Public Library Service, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, or any other person. You should consult with your attorney on all legal matters.