Tomorrow is the American Association of Law Libraries’ third annual Local Advocate Lobby Day. Held in Washington, D.C., Local Advocate Lobby Day participants will head to Capitol Hill to meet with his or her members of Congress (or their staff) in order to communicate and promote discourse on the issues facing law libraries today. For those law librarians who would like to participate but cannot make the trip to Washington, D.C., the AALL has also organized virtual events. For more information, check out the AALL’s Washington Blawg’s coverage of the event. The Washington Blawg is the blog of the AALL’s Governmental Relations Office.