2001 AALL Presidential Certificates of Appreciation

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Presented in Minneapolis, MN
At the 94rd Annual Meeting
Bob Oakley, President

Nancy Johnson, Law Librarian and Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law Library

  • For her extraordinary efforts supporting the 2001 AALL Economic Study of Law Book Pricing.

Craig Lelansky, Acquisitions Librarian, Georgetown University Law Center, Edward Bennett Williams Library

  • For his extraordinary efforts supporting the 2001 AALL Economic Study of Law Book Pricing.

Northern California Association of Law Libraries

  • For their leadership in public information policy and for putting on the first chapter workshop on lobbying.

Michael St. Onge

  • Editing AALL Resource Guides for Law Library Decision-Makers sponsored by LexisNexis®

Tom Reynolds, Associate and Foreign Law Librarian, University of California School of Law Library, Boalt Hall Law Library

  • For his dedicated service as Editor of the Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals since 1985.

Ellen Schaffer, Librarian, International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea

  • For her leadership in the profession by establishing the annual Ellen Schaffer Foreign Law Librarian Grant to attend the AALL Annual Meeting.

Keith Ann Stiverson, Director, Chicago-Kent College of Law Library

  • For her Extraordinary Leadership on Public Policy Issues at the state and national levels including her work on the Nolo Press case and her work opposing the Uniform Chapter Information Transactions Act in Texas.

West Group

  • For their continuing support and for establishing an endowment with AALL to support the George Strait Minority Scholarship.

Sarah K. Wiant, Director of the Law Library and Professor of Law, Washington & Lee University School of Law Library

  • For her extraordinary efforts and her leadership opposing the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act in the critical state of Virginia.