KCLL Reference Librarian Kim Ositis will be presenting a one-hour session called "Creative Internet Sleuthing for Person and Asset Location" based on the Library's popular Skip Tracing class. The class session is part of the 2010 Family Law Speaker Series - a free monthly event hosted by McKinley Irvine at their offices at 425 Pike Street, Suite 500 in Seattle.
Tuesday, August 10, 12-1pm,
The session has been approved for 1.0 Live CLE credits. Seating is limited and reservations are required. Email email@example.com to reserve your seat. Please include your name, state bar number, and email address. Call 206.625.9600 for additional information and upcoming seminar topics.
All class sessions will be held in the Legal Research and Training Center in the Seattle library on the sixth floor of the King County Courthouse at 516 3rd Avenue, Suite W621, unless otherwise noted.