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Law Librarians of New England

a chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries

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Edgar Award Guidelines

The EDGAR AWARD is bestowed on a law librarian (living or deceased) who as a member of the Law Librarians of New England, has made significant and sustained contributions to the field of law librarianship over the course of his or her career.

CRITERIA

The Executive Board shall consider the following criteria in evaluating candidates for the EDGAR AWARD:

  • Achievement in a particular area of law librarianship;
  • Contributions to the Law Librarians of New England;
  • Contributions to the professional literature;
  • Contributions to the development of innovative techniques or research;
  • Contributions to the broader legal and/or library communities; and/or
  • Mentoring and coaching of newer members of the profession.

PROCEDURE

Nominees for the EDGAR AWARD may be submitted by any member of the Law Librarians of New England to the Law Librarians of New England Executive Board, or to a committee or individual(s) designated by the Executive Board.

The Award, a plaque with an appropriate inscription, shall be presented at the discretion of the Executive Board. Only one award will be given per year.  However, there is no requirement that an award be given in any year.

EDGAR AWARD WINNERS

  • Edgar Bellafontaine, awarded at LLNE _____ Meeting, 1998
  • Maria Sekula, awarded at LLNE ____ Meeting, 2000
  • Karen Moss, awarded at LLNE Spring Meeting, April 21, 2006

Developed by: Ad Hoc Edgar Award Commitee
Bonnie Koneski-White, Chair
Karen Moss
Ken Svengalis

submitted 4/20/98
adopted 5/1/98

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