Shaun Esposito, Head of Public Services at the University of Arizona College of Law Library in Tucson, kindly has volunteered to succeed James Durham as The ALL-SIS Newsletter Editor for 2000-2001. Shaun recently moved to Arizona from Kentucky, where he worked as the Reference / Electronic Services Librarian at the University of Kentucky Law Library in Lexington.
For the past several years, Shaun served as the newsletter editor for the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries (ORALL) Newsletter. The long-term success of that newsletter attests to the quality of his work.
After a rest of several months from editorial duties, Shaun misses working on a newsletter and looks forward to becoming your new editor.
After putting the finishing touches on his last ALL-SIS Newsletter, your editor is preparing for another passage to India. As I mentioned in my previous column, I'm heading for the foothills of the Himalayas. This summer will be my second time teaching a course in "The New India," a summer study abroad program for American law students, co-sponsored by Touro College of Law and The South Texas College of Law. I'll be teaching a course called "Indian Legal Culture," which is an introduction to the Indian legal system. In addition, I'll be assisting the program Director as her Administrator, handling travel arrangements and guest speakers. I'm thrilled to be returning to the subcontinent and can't wait to catch the plane. I'm leaving all of you in good hands, however, as Shaun Esposito has volunteered to be our new ALL-SIS Newsletter editor. I hope you've enjoyed my two years as editor as much as I have. Namaste-ji!
By James G. Durham,
The ALL-SIS Newsletter Editor,
Adjunct Professor /
Publications & Reference Librarian,
South Texas College of Law,