FCIL-SIS Elections & Candidate Bio
The FCIL-SIS will conduct its 2006 elections online! Watch your email for a link to the ballot. Voting will take place March 1 through March 31, 2006.
Jonathan Franklin, Candidate for Vice-Chair/Chair Elect
In 1999, Jonathan Franklin joined the Gallagher Law Library as Assistant Librarian for Library Services and was promoted to Associate Law Librarian in 2001. In addition to managing the library administration and circulation departments and sharing in reference duties, he is now responsible for database selection, licensing, and instructional technology planning for the law school. Jonathan also has written articles on information licensing and international law issues as well as having taught courses at the law school on Preservation of Indigenous Cultural Heritage, Video Game Law, and Intellectual Property and the First Amendment.
Prior to the University of Washington, he spent five years as a reference librarian and foreign law selector at the University of Michigan Law Library. During that time, he was an active member of the FCIL-SIS, including serving as the FCIL-SIS Secretary/Treasurer from 1997-1999.
He earned is A.B., A.M. Anthropology and J.D. degrees from Stanford University and M.Libr., with a Certificate in Law Librarianship from the University of Washington. In law school, he was a Senior Editor of the Stanford Environmental Law Journal and a Note Editor for the Stanford Law Review.
He is a member of the American Association of Law Libraries.