2003 AALL Presidential Certificates of Appreciation

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Presented in Seattle, WA
at the 96th Annual Meeting
Carol Avery Nicholson, President

Mark Estes, Director of Library Services, Holme Roberts & Owen LLP

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

Robert L. Oakley, Director of the Law Library and Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

  • For enduring commitment to AALL and the profession and for spearheading the “Preserving Legal Information for the 21st Century: Toward a National Agenda” conference to address the preservation dilemma in regard to legal information.

Pam Reisinger, Meeting Manager, American Association of Law Libraries

  • For her expertise and loyalty in managing AALL’s many meetings throughout the year and for her dedication and diligence in ensuring the operational success of the 2003 Annual Meeting.

Southern California Association of Law Libraries (SCALL)

  • For launching the Chapter Challenge in support of the George Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment and for enduring support of AALL and the profession through the Inner City Youth Program.

Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section (ALL-SIS)

  • For launching the SIS Challenge in support of the George Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment.

Future of Law Libraries in the Digital Age Special Committee, Rita Reusch, Co-Chair

  • For producing the publication Beyond the Boundaries that furthers the Association’s vision of the future and fosters the highest standards of law librarianship.

Future of Law Libraries in the Digital Age Special Committee, Gail Warren, Co-Chair

  • For producing the publication Beyond the Boundaries that furthers the Association’s vision of the future and fosters the highest standards of law librarianship.

The Government Relations Committee, 2002-2003, Charlene Cain, Chair

  • For producing the Permanent Public Access of State Government Information: a State-by-State Compilation and Resource Guide that furthers the Association’s Strategic Plan and promotes access to government information.

The Bureau of National Affairs

  • For their continuing support and for funding the Career Development Needs Assessment Survey and Report.