by Bettie Scott
CUNY Law Library
The AALL Awards Committee is seeking nominations for the Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award and the Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award. These awards are judged according to the criteria listed below. Any AALL member may make nominations. The deadline for nominations for all awards has been changed for this year only and will be May 1. Send all nominations to Bettie Scott, Chair, AALL Awards Committee, 65-21 Main St., Flushing, NY 11367.
The Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award recognizes a significant contribution to legal bibliographical literature. Bibliographies published in 1994 are eligible for consideration. The bibliography may be a book, a pamphlet, a periodical contribution, or a publication in some other form. To nominate a bibliography, please provide as complete a description as possible. It is not necessary to submit a copy of the work, and the award is not limited to works by law librarians or AALL members.
The Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award is presented to an individual for outstanding, extended, and sustained service to law librarianship and to AALL. The award is presented to an AALL member nearing or following completion of an active professional career. Honorees may be recognized for achievement in a particular area of law librarianship, for service to the Association, or for outstanding contributions to professional literature.
The Law Library Publication Award has been discontinued, and a Law Library Public Relations Award has been established in its place. Nominations for this award should be forwarded to the Public Relations Advisory Committee, which will be responsible for publishing criteria for the award.
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