Timothy L. Coggins, Director & Professor of Law at the University of Richmond
School of Law Library in Richmond, Virginia, is the 2004 recipient of The Frederick
Charles Hicks Award for Outstanding Contributions to Academic Law Librarianship,
sponsored by the Academic Law Libraries SIS (ALL-SIS). The award presentation
occurred at the ALL-SIS reception on Tuesday, July 13 at the Harvard Law Library.
Prior to his appointment to the University of Richmond faculty, Tim served as Director of the Law Library and Associate Professor at the University of Alabama, and Associate Director of the Law Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He holds a B.A. from North Carolina Wesleyan College, M.S. in Library Science from Simmons College, and a J.D. from North Carolina Central University (where he served as Articles Editor for the North Carolina Central University Law Journal).
The 2004 ALL-SIS Awards committee consisted of Pamela Deemer (Emory University), Sally Holterhoff (Valparaiso University), and James E. Duggan, Chair (Southern Illinois University).
Black and white portrait courtesy of University of Richmond. Display by Sally
Holterhoff; photo by James Duggan.
Read Tim Coggins' remarks on accepting the Hicks award.