Earl C. Borgeson, 1922 – 2010

Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

  • Chair, Education Committee, 1957–58
  • President, Law Librarians of New England, 1958–59
  • AALL Executive Board, 1965–67
  • AALL President Elect, 1967–68
  • AALL President, 1968–69
  • AALL Immediate Past President, 1969–70
  • Chair, Liaison with Library of Congress Committee, 1969–70
  • President, Southern California Association of Law Libraries, 1977–78

Professional Honors and Awards

  • Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 1988
  • Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Washington School of Library and Information Science, 1999
  • Earl Borgeson Research in Law Librarianship Award Established, University of Washington Law Librarianship Program, 2000
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class Inductee, 2010

Selected Publications by the Inductee

  • “Selected Bibliography on Emergency Economic Controls,” Los Angeles Bar Bulletin 26 (1951): 296–98.
  • “Selected Bibliography on Damages—Loss of Profits,” Los Angeles Bar Bulletin 26 (1951): 417–19.
  • “Selected Bibliography on Depositions,” Los Angeles Bar Bulletin 27 (1951): 77–78.
  • “Law Library Administration—A Functional Approach,” Law Library Journal 46 (1953): 90–92.
  • “The Selection and Handling of Personnel in the Law Library,” Law Library Journal 50 (1957): 499–503.
  • “Education and the Image of the Law Librarian,” Law Library Journal 55 (1962): 200–03.
  • “Cataloging Administration,” Law Library Journal 60 (1967): 398–415 (panel chairman).
  • “Network Prospects for the Legal Profession,” Law Library Journal 65 (1972): 4–12 (with Peter Freeman).
  • “We Love to Help Each Other,” in Frank G. Houdek, comp., “‘Meet My Mentor’: A Collection of Personal Reminiscences,” Law Library Journal 91 (1999): 177, 195–97.
  • “Hibernia Turbeville,” Southern Methodist University Law Review 52 (1999): 1–2.

Selected Publications about the Inductee

  • “Earl Borgeson: A Tribute,” Journal of Air Law & Commerce 54 (1988): xiii–xxii.
  • Earl C. Borgeson, “Dear Frank . . . Let Me Talk a Bit,” in Frank G. Houdek, “Stories of ‘My First Annual Meeting,'” Law Library Journal 88 (1996): 9, 19–21.
  • “Earl C. Borgeson,” in Frank G. Houdek, “AALL History through the Eyes of Its Presidents,” Law Library Journal 98 (2006): 299, 303–04.
  • Susan Azyndar, “Earl C. Borgeson and the Image of the Law Librarian” (May 9, 2011) (unpublished manuscript prepared for Current Issues in Law Librarianship course, University of Washington Information School)
  • Frank G. Houdek, “Memorial and Appreciation for Earl C. Borgeson,” Law Library Journal 103 (2011): 507–14.
  • Gail M. Daly, “Earl C. Borgeson’s Ten Rules for Law Library Management,” Law Library Journal 103 (2011): 515–19.

Professional Positions

  • Assistant Reference Librarian, Los Angeles County Law Library, 1950–52
  • Assistant/Acting Law Librarian, Harvard University Law Library, 1952–54
  • Law Librarian, Harvard University Law Library, 1954–70
  • Associate Director, Stanford University Library, 1970–75
  • Associate Librarian, Los Angeles County Law Library, 1975–78
  • Professor of Law and Director, Southern Methodist University Underwood Law Library, 1978–88

Education

  • B.S.L.L., University of Washington, 1950
  • LL.B., University of Minnesota, 1949
  • B.S.L., University of Minnesota, 1947

Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (outside AALL)

  • Admitted to Practice of Law, Minnesota, 1949
  • Member, AALS Library Problems Round Table Council, 1957–59
  • Consultant on Asian Law Libraries, American Bar Foundation, 1963
  • Director, Seminar on Law Library Organization & Legal Research, University of the Philippines College of Law, 1966

Leah Chanin, 1929 –

Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

  • President, Southeastern Chapter of the AALL, 1970–72
  • Chair, Annual Meeting Program Committee, 1973–74
  • Chair, Committee on Relations with Publishers and Dealers, 1974–75
  • Executive Board, 1975–78
  • Chair, Legislation and Legal Developments Committee, 1980–81
  • Vice President/President-Elect, 1981–82
  • President, 1982–83
  • Immediate Past President, 1983–84
  • Chair, Public Relations Committee, 1984–85
  • Chair, Call for Papers Committee, 1987–89
  • Representative, National Commission on Libraries, 1992–94

Professional Honors and Awards

  • Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 2003
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class Inductee, 2010

Selected Publications by the Inductee

  • “The Opinions of the State Attorneys General,” Law Library Journal 69 (1976): 210–20.
  • Basic Lists for Georgia Law Libraries. Macon, Ga.: Mercer Law Library, 1973.
  • “Recent Developments in Title Seven (Sex Discrimination) Litigation, Georgia State Bar Journal 10 (1974): 373–84.
  • ‘A Survey of the Writing and Publication of Opinions in Federal and State Appellate Courts,” Law Library Journal 67 (1974): 362–79.
  • Basic Guide to Georgia Law Libraries. Macon, Ga.: Mercer Law Library, 1976.
  • “Sources and Tools for Federal Tax Research,” Agricultural Law Journal 2.2 (1980): 161–70.
  • Reference Guide to Georgia Legal History and Legal Research. Charlottesville, Va.: Michie, 1980.
  • Ethics. Macon, Ga.: Macon Bar-Mercer Law School CLE Program, 1985 (with Walter H. Bush).
  • Specialized Legal Research, general editor. Boston: Little, Brown, 1987 (with Joseph J. Beard).
  • “The Scope and Use of State Ethics Opinions,” Journal of the Legal Profession 14 (1989): 161–74.
  • Guide to Georgia Legal Research and Legal History. Norcross, Ga.: Harrison, 1990 (with Suzanne L. Cassidy).
  • Legal Research in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. Buffalo, N.Y.: William S. Hein, 1995 (with Pamela Gregory and Sarah Wiant).
  • Legal Research in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. 2d ed. Buffalo, N.Y.: William S. Hein, 2000 (with Pamela Gregory and Sarah Wiant).

Selected Publications about the Inductee

  • Mary Ann Parker, “Three to Receive Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award: Recipients Recognized for Longtime Service to Profession, AALL,” AALL Spectrum 7 (June 2003): 12–13
  • Leah Chanin Interview. In An Oral History of Law Librarianship, interviewed by Patrick E. Kehoe, Dec. 14, 2012, videorecording. Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf, HeinOnline.

Professional Positions

  • Private law practice, Kenmore & Culpepper, Macon, Georgia, 1959–64
  • Director of the Law Library and Professor of Law, Mercer University School of Law, 1964–92
  • Dean Pro Tem, Mercer University School of Law, 1986–87
  • Director of the Law Library and Distinguished Professor of Law, University of the District of Columbia, 1992–96
  • Head of Public Services, Howard University, 1996–2001

Education

  • B.A., Southern Methodist University, 1950
  • LL.B., Mercer University, 1954

Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (outside law librarianship)

  • Admitted to practice, Georgia, 1954
  • Authors’ Court, State Bar of Georgia, 1977
  • Member, Georgia Code of Professional Responsibility Commission, 1985–87
  • Member, Advisory Opinion Board, State Bar of Georgia 1986–90

Arthur A. Charpentier, 1919 – 1989

Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

  • President, Law Library Association of Greater New York, 1957–58
  • Chair, Committee on Microfacsimiles, 1957–58
  • Chair, Local Arrangements Committee, 1958–59, 1964–65
  • Chair, Nominations Committee, 1959–60
  • Chair, Certification Committee, 1961–64
  • Executive Board, 1961–63
  • Vice President/President-Elect, 1964–65
  • President, 1965–66
  • Co-Chair, Headquarters Fund Campaign Committee, 1966–67
  • Chair, Placement Committee, 1968–70
  • Chair, Standards Committee, 1972–73

Professional Honors and Awards

  • Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 1987
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class Inductee, 2010

Selected Publications by the Inductee

  • Opinions of the Committees on Professional Ethics of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the New York County Lawyers’ Association, editor. New York: Columbia University Press, 1956.
  • The Law in the United States of America: A Selective Bibliographical Guide. New York: New York University Press, 1965 (with Julius J. Marke, Joseph L. Andrews, and William B. Stern).
  • The Practice of Law in New York City: A Selective List of Practice Aids for the Busy Lawyer. New York: Practising Law Institute, 1966.
  • “American Association of Law Libraries.” In Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, Allen Kent and Harold Lancour, editors, vol. 1, 224–37. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1968.
  • Counsel on Appeal, editor. New York: McGraw-Hill 1968 (with Charles D. Breitel).
  • “I Remember Them Well,” Law Library Journal 75 (1982): 270–88 (with Marian G. Gallagher and Julius J. Marke).

Selected Publications about the Inductee

  • Anthony P. Grech, “[Memorial] Arthur A. Charpentier,” Law Library Journal 81 (1989): 620–21.
  • Patrick E. Kehoe, “Mentors Four,” in Frank G. Houdek, comp., “Meet My Mentor,” Law Library Journal 91(1999): 177, 229–32.
  • Sara Sonet, “A Sage, A Model, A Teacher, A Sage: Arthur Charpentier, ” in Frank G. Houdek, comp., “Meet My Mentor,” Law Library Journal 91(1999): 177, 246–47.

Professional Positions

  • Librarian, Boston University, 1948–50
  • Assistant Librarian, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1950–57
  • Librarian, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1957–67
  • Librarian, Yale Law School, 1967–70
  • Associate Dean and Librarian, Yale Law School, 1970–81

Education

  • B.S., Springfield College, 1941
  • LL.B., Boston University, 1948

Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (outside AALL)

  • Admitted to the Practice of Law, Massachusetts, 1948
  • Vice President, International Association of Law Libraries, 1962–65

Al Coco, 1933 – 2017

Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

  • President, Southwestern Association of Law Libraries, 1964–65
  • Chair, Annual Meeting Local Arrangements Committee, 1968–69
  • Chair, Library Exhibits Committee, 1969–70
  • Chair, Publicity Committee, 1969–70
  • Chair, Placement Committee, 1974–75
  • Vice President/President-Elect, 1976–77
  • President, 1977–78
  • Immediate Past President, 1978–79

Professional Honors and Awards

  • Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 1995
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class Inductee, 2010

Selected Publications by the Inductee

  • “Legal Aspects of Library Security.” In Security for Libraries: People, Buildings, Collections, edited by Marvine Brand, 83–107. Chicago: American Library Association, 1984 (with Barbara Bintliff).
  • “Full-Text vs. Full-Text Plus Editorial Additions: Comparative Retrieval Effectiveness of the LEXIS and WESTLAW Systems,” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 4 (1984): 27–37.
  • Introduction to Legal Research: A Layperson’s Guide to Finding the Law. Washington, D.C.: WANT Publishing, 1985.
  • Finding the Law: A Workbook on Legal Research for Laypersons. Buffalo, N.Y.: William S. Hein, 1986.
  • “Full-Text Revisited,” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 3/4 (1987): 195–97.
  • “Memorial, Dan F. Henke (1924–2009),” Law Library Journal 102 (2010): 162–64.

Selected Publications about the Inductee

  • Barbara A. Bintliff, “Four Mentors and a Role Model,” in Frank G. Houdek, “Meet My Mentor: A Collection of Personal Reminiscences,” Law Library Journal 91 (1999): 193–94.
  • “Al Coco,” in Frank G. Houdek, “AALL History through the Eyes of Its Presidents,” Law Library Journal 98 (2006): 299, 309–11.
  • Alfred J. Coco Interview. In An Oral History of Law Librarianship, interviewed by Patrick E. Kehoe, March 11, 2013, videorecording. Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf, HeinOnline.

Professional Positions

  • Private law practice, San Antonio, Texas, 1960–61
  • Librarian and Assistant Professor, St. Mary’s University School of Law, 1962–66
  • Librarian and Professor, University of Houston Law Center, 1966–72
  • Librarian and Professor, University of Denver College of Law, 1972–94
  • Professor Emeritus, University of Denver College of Law, 1994–present

Education

  • B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 1956
  • J.D., St. Mary’s University of San Antonio, 1960
  • M.L.L., University of Washington, 1962

Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (outside law librarianship)

  • Admitted to practice, Texas, 1960
  • Admitted to practice, Colorado, 1973
  • Director, Master of Law Librarianship Program, University of Denver, 1973–87?

Morris L. Cohen, 1927 – 2010

Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

Morris Cohen

  • Chair, Education Committee, 1961–64
  • Chair, Program Committee, AALL Institute, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1976
  • Chair, Institutes Committee, 1966–67
  • Chair, Federal Legislation Committee, 1968–69
  • Vice President/President-Elect, 1969–70
  • President, 1970–71
  • Immediate Past President, 1971–72
  • Chair, Liaison with the Library of Congress Committee, 1971–72
  • Chair, Task Force on Study of Legal Research, 1972–73
  • Chair, Annual Meeting Program Committee, 1975–76
  • Member, Special Committee on Financial Planning, 1982–84

Professional Honors and Awards

  • Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award, 1996
  • Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographical Award, 1999
  • Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 1991
  • AALL Presidential Certificate of Appreciation, 2002 (“for enduring commitment to AALL and the profession and for personifying the importance of our community of law librarians”)
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class Inductee, 2010

Selected Publications by the Inductee

  • “Background to Law Library Education,” Law Library Journal 55 (1962): 190–99.
  • “A Suggested Master’s Program in Law Librarianship for Columbia University,” Law Library Journal 55 (1962): 225–37.
  • “Publication of State Administrative Regulations: Reform in Slow Motion,” Buffalo Law Review 14 (1965): 410–27.
  • Legal Research in a Nutshell. St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing, 1968. (2d ed., 1971; 3d ed., 1978; 4th ed., 1985; 5th ed., 1992; 6th ed., 1996; 7th ed., 2000; 8th ed., 2003; 9th ed., 2007; 10th ed., 2010. 5th–10th editions with Kent C. Olson)
  • “Miles O. Price and Education for Law Librarianship,” Law Library Journal 62 (1969): 17–20.
  • “Research Habits of Lawyers,” Jurimetrics Journal 9 (1969): 183–94.
  • “Towards a Philosophy of Law Librarianship,” Law Library Journal 64 (1971): 1–4.
  • “Computerizing Legal Research,” Jurimetrics Journal 14 (1973): 3–9.
  • “Legal Monographic Bibliographies,” Law Library Journal 69 (1976): 366–68.
  • How to Find the Law, general editor. 7th ed. St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing, 1976. (8th ed., 1983, with Robert C. Berring; 9th ed., 1989, with Robert C. Berring and Kent C. Olson)
  • “Tradition and Change in Law Library Goals,” Law Library Journal 75 (1982): 192–97.
  • “The Common Law in the American Legal System: The Challenge of Conceptual Research,” Law Library Journal 81 (1989): 13–32.
  • “Marian Gallagher: A Memorial Dedication,” Washington Law Review 65 (1990): 731–34.
  • “Research in a Changing World of Law and Technology,” The Dalhousie Law Journal 13 (1990): 5–19.
  • Law, the Art of Justice. New York: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, 1992.
  • A Guide to the Early Reports of the Supreme Court of the United States. Littleton, Colo.: Fred B. Rothman, 1995 (with Sharon Hamby O’Connor).
  • The Bench and Bar: Great Legal Caricatures from Vanity Fair by Spy. New York: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, 1997.
  • Bibliography of Early American Law. 6 v. Buffalo, N.Y.: William S. Hein, 1998.
  • “Harry Bitner: A Memorial,” Law Library Journal 94 (2002): 193–95.
  • “An Historical Overview of American Law Publishing,” International Journal of Legal Information 31 (2003): 168–78.
  • “Researching Legal History in the Digital Age,” Law Library Journal 99 (2007): 377–94.

Selected Publications about the Inductee

  • “Morris L. Cohen,” in Frank G. Houdek, “AALL History through the Eyes of Its Presidents,” Law Library Journal 98 (2006): 304–05.
  • “Morris L. Cohen.” In Reflections on Law Librarianship: A Collection of Interviews, edited by Marjorie A. Garson et al., 47–79. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman, 1988.
  • “Morris L. Cohen, 1927–2010: A Remembrance and Celebration,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 11–24.
  • Daniel A. Cohen, “In Praise of Morris L. Cohen’s Bibliography of Early American Law,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 25–28.
  • Morris S. Arnold, “Morris L. Cohen: A Reminiscence,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 29–30.
  • Jordan D. Luttrell, “Memories of Morris—and How I Use His BEAL,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 31–32.
  • David Warrington, “Morris Cohen and Rare Book School,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 33–37.
  • Michael Widener, “Morris Cohen and the Art of Book Collecting,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 39–43.
  • S. Blair Kauffman, “Cornerstones for Enduring Law Libraries: Morris Cohen’s Influence at Yale,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 45–51.
  • Kent C. Olson, “Birth of a Nutshell: Morris Cohen in the 1960s,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 53–67.
  • Wilfrid Prest, “Blackstone and Bibliography: In Memoriam of Morris Cohen,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 99–113.
  • Mary Whisner, “That Most Congenial Lawyer/Bibligrapher,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 135–47.
  • “Reflections: An Interview with Morris L. Cohen,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 149–64.
  • Ryan Harrington & Camilla Tubbs, “Morris L. Cohen: A Bibliography of His Works,” Law Library Journal 104 (2012): 165–71.

Professional Positions

  • Private Practice of Law, New York City, 1951–58
  • Assistant Librarian, Rutgers University Law School, 1958–59
  • Assistant Librarian, Columbia University Law School, 1959–61
  • Librarian and Associate Professor of Law, University of Buffalo Law School, 1961–63
  • Librarian and Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1963–71
  • Librarian and Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, 1971–81
  • Librarian and Professor of Law, Yale Law School, 1981–91
  • Librarian Emeritus, Professor Emeritus, and Professional Lecturer in Law, Yale Law School, 1992–2010

Education

  • B.A., University of Chicago, 1947
  • J.D., Columbia University, 1951
  • M.L.S., Pratt Institute, 1959
  • Honorary LL.D., Dalhousie University, 1989

Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (outside law librarianship)

  • Admitted to practice, New York, 1951
  • Chair, Task Force on Automated Research, ABA-AALS-AALL, 1971–75
  • Member, Board of Visitors, Columbia University Law School, 1977–95
  • Joseph Shaw Medal, Boston College Law School, 1985
  • Member, AALS Special Committee on Archives, 1988–89

Richard L. Beer, 1930–2003

Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

  • Chair, Membership Committee, 1972–74
  • Chair, Nominations Committee, 1975–76
  • President, Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries, 1977–78
  • Chair, Publications Committee, 1979–80
  • Member, Executive Board, Michigan Association of Law Libraries, 1980–81
  • Exhibits Chair, AALL Annual Meetings, 1963–83
  • Member, Special Committee on Financial Planning, 1983–84
  • AALL Treasurer, 1983–86

Professional Honors & Awards

  • Distinguished Law Librarian Award, Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries, 1984
  • Liberty Bell Award, Oakland County Bar Association, 1993
  • Concurrent Resolution in Recognition of Service, Michigan Legislature, 1994
  • State, Court & County Law Libraries SIS Bethany J. Ochal Award for Distinguished Service to the Profession, 1994 (first recipient)
  • Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 1998
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class Inductee, 2010

Selected Publications by Inductee

  • An Annotated Guide to the Legal Literature of Michigan. Lake Orion, Mich., 1973.
  • Michigan Legal Literature: An Annotated Guide. 2d ed. Buffalo, N.Y.: William S. Hein, 1991 (with Judith J. Field).

Selected Publications About Inductee

  • Byron D. Cooper, “Memorial: Richard Lambert Beer (1930–2003) and Jean O. Beer (1924–2004),” Law Library Journal 97 (2005): 411–15.

Professional Positions

  • Director, Adams-Pratt Oakland County Law Library, Pontiac, Michigan, 1960–97
  • Instructor in Legal Bibliography, Oakland University, early 1980s

Education

  • B.A., University of Michigan, 1957
  • M.S.L.S. ,Wayne State University, 1971

Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (Outside Law Librarianship)

  • Chair, Orion, Michigan Township Planning Commission and Zoning Board, date unknown
  • President, United Cerebral Palsy of Metropolitan Detroit, 1992–94

Elizabeth Benyon, 1900–1987

Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

  • Charter Member, Chicago Association of Law Libraries, March 20, 1947
  • President, Chicago Association of Law Libraries, 1953–54
  • Chair, AALL Committee on Cataloging and Classification, 1956–58

Professional Honors & Awards

  • Voted Life Member at AALL 60th Annual Meeting, 1967
  • Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 1992
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class Inductee, 2010

Selected Publications by Inductee

  • “Class K (Law) at the University of Chicago,” Law Library Journal 40 (1947): 9–21.
  • Classification, Class K: Law. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1948.
  • “Classification for Law Books,” Journal of Cataloging and Classification 6 (Spring 1950): 35–40.
  • “The Classification of Law Books,” Law Library Journal 50 (1957): 542–67.

Selected Publications About Inductee

  • Judith Wright, “Memorials: Elizabeth Benyon,” Law Library Journal 81 (1989): 619–20.

Professional Positions

  • Cataloger, University of Chicago Library, 1923–43
  • Cataloger, University of Chicago Law Library, 1943–50
  • Acting Law Librarian, University of Chicago Law Library, 1950–51
  • Assistant Law Librarian, University of Chicago Law Library, 1950–67

Education

  • Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1922

Arthur Sydney Beardsley, 1889–1950

Hall of Fame Pioneer / Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

  • Executive Board, 1927–28, 1935–37
  • Chair, Committee on Education for Law Librarianship, 1935–36
  • Vice President, 1937–39
  • President, 1939–40
  • Chair, Advisory Committee on Education for Law Librarianship, 1943–44

Professional Honors & Awards

  • Elected Life Member of AALL, 1949
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class (Pioneer), 2010

Selected Publications by Inductee

  • “The Law School Library—A Library of Research for Lawyer, Layman, and Legislator,” Law Library Journal 18 (1925): 93–95.
  • “A Selected Bibliography of Legal and Other Materials Relating to the National Industrial Recovery Act,” 27 Law Library Journal 27 (1934): 15–30.
  • “Law Books and Law Publishers,” Law Library Journal 28 (1935): 51–63.
  • Bibliography of Selected Materials Relating to the Legislation of the New Deal. Seattle: University Book Store, 1935 ( with Oscar C. Orman).
  • “Education for Law Librarianship,” Bulletin of the American Library Association 30 (1936): 168–77.
  • “Code Making in Early Oregon,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 27 (1936): 30–61.
  • Legal Bibliography and the Use of Law Books. Chicago: Foundation Press, 1937.
  • Compiling the Territorial Codes of Washington. Seattle: Univ. of Washington Press,1937. (Reprinted from 28 Pacific Northwest Quarterly28 (1937): 53–107.)
  • The Codes and Code Makers of Washington, 1889–1937. Seattle: Univ. of Washington Press, 1939. (Reprinted from 30 Pacific Northwest Quarterly 30 (1939): 49–99.)
  • Constitution of the State of Washington. Olympia, Wash.: State Printing Office, 1939. (Also editions published 1941, 1943, and 1951.)
  • Controversies Over the Location of the Seat of Government in Washington,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 32 (1941): 239–87, 401–47.
  • “University of Washington Law Library Attains 100,000 Volume Mark,” Law Library Journal 37 (1944): 51–63.
  • Legal Bibliography and the Use of Law Books. 2d ed. Brooklyn: Foundation Press, 1947 (with Oscar C. Orman).

Selected Publications About Inductee

  • [Memorial to] Arthur Sydney Beardsley, 1889–1950,” Law Library Journal 44 (1951): 42–44. [includes bibliography of his writings and publications]
  • Johnston, George A. “Our Predecessors and Their Achievements,” Law Library Journal 49 (1956): 138, 145 (profile of Beardsley).
  • Vogel, Carissa J. “Rediscovering Dr. Arthur S. Beardsley: A Brief Introduction to His Life and Work,”  Legal Reference Services Quarterly 27 (2008): 347–62.

Professional Positions

  • High School teacher, State of Washington, 1911–15
  • Librarian, Camp Lewis, Washington, 1919–22
  • Librarian, Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, 1918–19
  • Law Librarian, University of Washington, 1922–25
  • Law Librarian and Lecturer in Law, University of Washington, 1925–32
  • Librarian and Associate Professor of Law, University of Washington, 1932–37
  • Librarian and Professor of Law, University of Washington, 1937–44
  • Practicing Attorney, Seattle, WA 1944–50

Education

  • Graduate, Ellensburg Normal School, Ellensburg, WA
  • LL.B., University of Washington, 1918
  • B.S. (Library Science), University of Washington, 1924
  • A.M., University of Washington, 1925
  • Ph.D., University of Washington, 1928

Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (Outside AALL)

  • Admitted to the Practice of Law, Washington, 1918
  • Member, AALS Library Problems Round Table Council, 1934, 1936
  • Established first formal academic degree program to train lawyers to become law librarians, University of Washington, 1939

Marvin R. Anderson, 1940–

Hall of Fame Induction: 2010

Significant AALL Service

  • Chair, Contemporary Social Problems Special Interest Section, 1978–79
  • Chair, Standing Committee on Status of Minorities, Contemporary Social Problems Special Interest Section, 1981–83 President, Minnesota Association of Law Libraries, 1982
  • Member, Nominations Committee, 1983–84
  • Chair, State, Court and County Law Libraries Special Interest Section, 1994–95
  • Co-Chair, Local Advisory Committee, AALL 94th Annual Meeting, 2001
  • Co-Chair, Special Committee on George Strait Minority Scholarship Fundraising, 2002–05

Professional Honors & Awards

  • Law Librarian of the Year Award, Minnesota Association of Law Libraries, 1987
    Spirit of Law Librarianship Award, 1999
  • State, Court & County Law Libraries Special Interest Section Bethany J. Ochal Award for Distinguished Service to the Profession, 2000
  • Selected as one of ten “Attorneys of the Year” by Minnesota Lawyer, 2001
  • Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award, 2003
  • John R. Finnegan Freedom of Information Award, Minnesota Coalition on Government Information, 2004
  • AALL Hall of Fame, Inaugural Class, 2010

Selected Publications by Inductee

  • The History of African-American Law Librarians: A Research Agenda.” In Law Librarianship: Historical Perspectives, edited by Laura N. Gasaway & Michael G. Chiorazzi, 261–74. Littleton, CO: Fred B. Rothman & Co., 1996.
  • Three Plus One for the Road,” in “Meet My Mentor: A Collection of Personal Reminiscences,” edited by Frank G. Houdek, Law Library Journal 91(1999): 177, at 183–85.

Selected Publications About Inductee

  • Michelle Lore, “Marvin R. Anderson: A Lawyer who Lives by the Book,” Minnesota Lawyer (Feb. 4, 2002).
  • Michelle Lore, “Marvin Anderson Retires After 22 Years as State Law Librarian,” Minnesota Lawyer (Sept. 16, 2002).
  • “Three to Receive Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award,” AALL Spectrum 7 (June 2003): 12–13.
  • “Marvin Roger Anderson, Minnesota State Law Librarian (Retired).” In Carol Avery Nicholson, Ruth Johnson Hill & Vicente Garces, Celebrating Diversity: A Legacy of Minority Leadership in the American Association of Law Libraries, 26–30. Buffalo, N.Y.: William S. Hein & Co., 2006. AALL Publication Series No. 71.
  • Marvin R. Anderson Interview. In An Oral History of Law Librarianship, interviewed by Patrick E. Kehoe, Sept. 4, 2013, videorecording. Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf, HeinOnline.

Professional Positions

  • Ordinance Drafter, Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights, 1968–69
  • Private Practice, 1969–74
  • Reference Librarian, University of Minnesota, 1976–80
  • Minnesota State Law Librarian, 1980–2002

Education

  • B.A., Morehouse College, 1962
  • J.D., Hastings College of the Law, 1966
  • M.A., University of Minnesota, 1977

Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (Outside AALL)

  • Volunteer, U.S. Peace Corps, 1966–68
  • President, Minnesota Minority Lawyers Association, 1982–83
  • Originator of “Everybody Wins” reading program, which pairs volunteer legal practitioners with elementary school students.
  • Received “Eleven Who Care” Community Service Award from Twin Cities television station KARE-11 for this program in 2000.
  • “Marvin Anderson Day” declared by Mayor Randy Kelly of St. Paul, Minnesota, September 9, 2002