RIM 101: Legal Research on Records Retention Schedules

November 19, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Acquire the research and appraisal skills needed to develop or revise a records retention schedule. A detailed methodology will teach how to schedule both electronic and analog records, allocate resources via project management techniques, and assess externally-developed schedules. The program concludes with a case study to reinforce these methodology learnings.

Who Should Attend?

  • Professionals tasked with developing, maintaining or implementing records retention schedule.
  • CRM- or IGP-certified professionals who need 1.0 hour of continuing education credits.


Registration: Free to first 50 members or non-members. 


For 40+ years, Lucy Rieger, CRM, MLS, president, owner and the founder of certified women-owned (WBE) Library Update, has worked with legal and tax professionals on legal research, tax law libraries, technical services, records management program implementation, policy and procedure development, and records inventories and retention schedules. Lucy is a 2018 ARMA International Annual Conference presenter, CRM candidate mentor/teacher, and past president of New Jersey Law Librarians Association and ARMA New Jersey

As a professional she handles information access, organization, and disposal. Other expertise includes contract negotiation, budgeting, technical services operations, evaluating and building collections, weeding, transfer and consolidation of records and libraries.

As a records management partner, Lucy assists in creation of records retention schedules, negotiating storage vendor contracts, inventory reductions, defensible deletion of electronic records and writing policies and procedures for Information Management as well as managing special records department projects.

Lucy Reiger, CRM, MLS


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$0.00 Non-members