1997 AALL Presidential Certificates of Appreciation

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Presented in Baltimore, MD
At the 90th Annual Meeting
Frank Houdek, President

Catherine Hardy, Chair, NOCALL Government Relations Committee

  • The Northern California Association of Law Libraries recognized for exceptional achievement in drafting and then helping secure passage of California Senate Bill 1507 to ensure that legislative records and agency rulemaking files would be retained, made publicly available, and preserved.

David McFadden, Chair, SCALL Government Relations

  • The Southern California Association of Law Libraries recognized for exceptional achievement in drafting and then helping secure passage of California Senate Bill 1507 to ensure that legislative records and agency rulemaking files would be retained, made publicly available, and preserved.

Lynn Foster, Law Library Director/Professor of Law, University of Arkansas at Little Rock/Pulaski County Law Library, Chair, Task Force on Citation Formats (1994-1995)
Rita Reusch, Director of the law Library, University of Utah Law Library, Chair, Citation Format Committee (1995-1996)
Marcia J. Koslov, State Law Librarian, Wisconsin State Law Library, Chair, Citation Format Committee (1996-1997)

  • The Task Force on Citation Formats (1994-1995) and the Citation Format Committee (1995-1997) for exceptional achievement in initiating a national debate on public domain and universal citation format and establishing AALL as a recognized leader in the field of citation reform.

Patricia Patterson, Director of Legal Information, Schiff Hardin & Waite, Chair, Task Force on the Value of Law Librarians

  • The Task Force on the Value of Law Libraries for exceptional achievement in creating Law Librarians: Making Information Work, a marketing tool kit designed to help law librarians effectively communicate the value of their skills and knowledge to decision-makers in parent institutions.

Paul N. Wojcik, President and CEO, The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.

  • The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. on their fiftieth anniversary as a wholly employee owned company and expresses the Association's gratitude for enriching the Annual Meeting with their anniversary celebration on Sunday, July 20, 1997.  The Bureau's generous support of the Annual Meeting will enable the Association to develop and launch substantial and innovative continuing education programs for members.

Sara Holterhoff, Government Documents Librarian, Valparaiso University School of Law Library, Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on Chapter Relations

  • Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Chapter Relations for exceptional achievement in creating a vision for a mutually supportive alliance between AALL and its chapters and implementing this vision by launching a quarterly bulletin and annual training roundtables for chapter leaders.