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Congratulations to Tony & Rosie Ikwueme!

Ariana Somto Ikwueme arrived on February 7, at 6:44 am, weighing 7 lb. 13 oz. She joins brother Bradley. Both mother and child are doing well.
ASL and Virginia Tech Launch New Program to Award
Certificate of Graduate Studies in Natural Resources

The Appalachian School of Law and Virginia Tech have joined forces to offer a Certificate of Graduate Study in Natural Resources. Pursuant to this new co-operative arrangement, ASL students interested in Natural Resources Law will be able to enhance their legal educations under the auspices of one of the most respected Natural Resources programs in the United States.

Classes will be offered via distance technology and in person on both the ASL and Virginia Tech campuses.

VALL member Charlie Condon, Associate Dean for Information Services and Library Director, coordinated the technology support for the new program on behalf of ASL. Collection Management Librarian and VALL member Beth Stanley reviewed the library’s current holdings in Natural Resources Law and implemented a plan she designed to expand ASL’s collection to fully support the new program.

More information on the new program can be found at .


Suffolk Circuit Court Law Library

Heather Buchanan, Randy Carter (Clerk of Suffolk Circuit Court) & JoAnn Featherston at the Constitutional Officers Christmas Party

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