PALMPrint, the cooperative print legal preservation project organized by the New England Law Library Consortium (NELLCO) and the Legal Information Preservation Alliance (LIPA), now has 60 participating library members, according to a post by Darin Fox at the LIPA Blog.
NELLCO describes PALMPrint as follows:
Preserving America’s Legal Materials in Print (PALMPrint), is an exciting collaborative pilot project aimed at developing a shared, cirulating collection of primary, U.S. legal materials in print. Working with the Legal Information Preservation Alliance (LIPA), the two organizations jointly have committed to underwrite $120,000.00 of the total cost of the three-year project. The remaining costs will be shared by the participating libraries.[...]
More details on the project appear in this document.
Margie Maes of LIPA published a post about the project in October 2012.
It’s unclear whether PALMPrint functions as a last-copy print preservation program.
HT Margie Maes of LIPA and Tracy Thompson-Przylucki of NELLCO