As per the subject line, today marks the end of an era. After 18 years at the Bora Laskin Law Library at the University of Toronto and then 12 years at the Sir James Dunn Law Library at the Schulich (nee Dalhousie) School of Law at Dalhousie University Ann Morrison is retiring. Ann is a veritable legend in the field of law librarianship, with a list of achievements that I could not do justice to with a Blog post. While I am sad to see her leave us, Ann’s retirement is well-earned and Ann has truly had a lasting impact on her chosen profession and the people and institutions she came in contact with. I can personally attest that Ann has been a great boss to work for and there are many others that could do the same. The tree of professionals whom got their start with Ann is one with thick and far reaching foliage, drop by a law library near you and there is a good chance that someone there has some connection to Ann Morrison. I’m sure that we will see Ann at future CALL/ACBD conferences and that her influence will continue to be felt, but for now, I would like to use this platform to wish her the best and let her know that she will be missed, it truly is the end of era.