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There were 787 pageviews of VALLTalk in April! Thank you to all those who have stopped by.
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About thirty-five VALL members gathered at the Riverfront Plaza office of Hunton Andrews Kurth to attend VALL's spring meeting and installation of officers. Jane Baugh from Woods Rogers checking in at the registration desk. Doris Morgan and Victoria Levy from McGuireWoods walked across the street to attend. Douglas Granger, managing partner at Hunton Andrews' Richmond...
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Welcome to the newest VALL members listed below: Eileen Chandhoke – Odin Feldman Pittleman, PC Kelsey Cox – Virginia State Law Library Sarah Drye – Student member John Holtzclaw – National Center for State Courts Tiffany Jenkins – Troutman Sanders Geraldine Kalim – George Mason University Law Library Audrey Lynn – Regent University Law Library...
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This school year, the Arthur J. Morris Law Library at the University of Virginia welcomed two new librarians, Sarah New and Kate Boudouris.  Sarah New Sarah joined the library as its web services librarian, bringing extensive experience in digital resources management, web site design and management, and reference services in academic libraries.   She was previously...
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Submitted by Anthony Brown Ikwueme Thomas Walker is the new associate librarian for collection management with the Ehrhorn Law Library at Liberty University School of Law. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Music with emphases in Double Bass Performance, Music Composition, and Media Studies; additionally he holds, a Master of Science in Library Science...
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Submitted by Joyce Manna Janto Every year AALL gives a full registration grant to several chapters.  This year, VALL is one of these chapters.  The only stipulation on the grant is that it is to go to a newer member of AALL.  They definition of “newer member” is someone who has been an AALL member...
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The meeting will be held at Hunton Andrews Kurth, downtown Richmond, VA. The deadline for registering is April, 26, 2019. The registration form is available under VALL Meetings on this blog. Don't miss this opportunity to network with colleagues and witness the installation of new board members.
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Congratulations to VALL's own recently retired Terry Long for being a recipient of the Bethany J. Ochal Award for Distinguished Service to the Profession! This award is given to a Government Law Libraries Special Interest Section member who has made a significant contribution to law librarianship and who is nearing the end of his or...
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submitted by Gail Warren On February 25, 2019, Kelsey I. Cox joined the Virginia State Law Library as our new librarian. Kelsey is from Chicago, Illinois, and currently lives downtown in Richmond.  In her free time, she enjoys practicing yoga, painting, playing the piano, and hiking. Kelsey attended Lake Forest College, graduating in 2015 with...
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Vice President/President-Elect: Jane Harrison, Hunton Andrews Kurth Jane is a member of the research & information services team in the Richmond office of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, and has spent 21 years with the firm. She feels honored and privileged to be able to work among many talented and dedicated professionals, at the firm, and,...
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