2002 AALL Presidential Certificates of Appreciation

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Presented in Orlando, FL
at the 95th Annual Meeting
Barbara Bintliff, President

Julius Marke, Distinguished Research Professor of Law, St. John's University Law School

  • For enduring commitment to AALL and the profession and for personifying the importance of our community of law librarians

Morris L. Cohen, Law Librarian (Retired) and Emeritus Professor of Law, Yale Law School, Lillian Goldman Library

  • For enduring commitment to AALL and the profession and for personifying the importance of our community of law librarians

Stephen M. Ligda, Director of Finance & Administration, American Association of Law Libraries

  • For his expertise and loyalty managing the Association's finances according to high ethical standards, and ensuring that we remain financially sound

Richard A. Danner, Senior Associate Dean for Information Services, Duke University School of Law Library

  • For lasting contributions to the Association through the establishment of the strategic planning process, and for his continuing contributions to the profession through his encouragement of research in topics relating to law librarianship.

The Law Librarians' Association of Greater New York (LLAGNY), Christina Rattiner, President

  • For perseverance and leadership in confronting the unimaginable circumstances of September 11, 2001, and for showing exemplary cooperation and collaboration in our professional community

Alan Holoch

  • A posthumous recognition for his leadership in the profession and for his generosity in establishing the Holoch Travel Grant Fund for the Standing Committee on Gay and Lesbian Issues of the Social Responsibilities Special Interest Section

The Professional Development Committee, 1998-1999, Mary A. Hotchkiss, Chair

  • For developing the Competencies of Law Librarianship approved in 2001 that further the Association's Strategic Plan and that foster the highest standards of law librarianship

The Professional Development Committee, 1999-2000, Michael Saint-Onge, Chair

  • For developing the Competencies of Law Librarianship approved in 2001 that further the Association's Strategic Plan and that foster the highest standards of law librarianship

The Professional Development Committee, 2000-2001, Judy Meadows, Chair

  • For developing the Competencies of Law Librarianship approved in 2001 that further the Association's Strategic Plan and that foster the highest standards of law librarianship

The Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section

  • For developing a series of CD-based lessons on legal research for law students through the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Research, in furtherance of the Association's Strategic Plan