The meeting which was held on Friday, April 13, 2012, at the University of Richmond School of Law, was attended by at least 52 people, and filled Classroom L30 in the law library to capacity.
Attendees were given an update by the new Law Librarian of Congress, David Mao, and his team (please see entry below for a summary of what was presented).
The team of Elizabeth Ladner and Loren Moulds, from the University of Virginia Law Library, shared their work on the digitization of the Tokyo War Crimes Trial Papers (please see entry below for a summary).
VALL was also fortunate to have a chapter visitor from AALL -- vice president, Jean Wenger, who talked about recent AALL initiatives and upcoming changes to the AALL annual meeting (please see below for a summary of her update).
Dean Wendy Perdue from the University of Richmond School of Law welcoming VALL members. "Libraries are critical to what we do," she said in her opening remarks.
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