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Terry Long with library staff On February 1, 2019, after almost forty years at the Virginia State Law Library, Terry Long shelved the last law book and answered the last reference question, said “adieu” to law librarianship, and “yes” to retirement. Terry joined the Virginia State Law Library in July, 1980 … moving from the...
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submitted by Gail Warren On January 25, 2019, Ashley N. Vavra joined the Virginia State Law Library as our new librarian-archivist. Ashley is from Gloucester, Virginia and now lives in Henrico with her husband, Dylan, who she met as an undergraduate at the University of Richmond. She enjoys indoor rock climbing, hiking, spending time near...
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Greetings VALL members, I hope this message finds you well and looking forward to a festive (or quiet, depending on your preference) holiday season! It is hard to believe that two months have passed since our fall meeting at the Libbie Mill Library in Richmond.  The meeting was a great success and featured educational sessions...
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Welcome to these new VALLers! Kate Boudouris - University of Virginia Law Library Jeanine Cali - Prince William County Law Library Heather Enderle - Cowan Gates; City of Richmond Sheriff's Office Library Amy Harrison - Williams Mullen Jocelyn Mitchell Manion - U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit Library Sarah New - University of Virginia Law...
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submitted by PR Committee Name: Suzanne B. Corriell Organization:U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit Library Title: Circuit Librarian How did you become interested in law librarianship? I volunteered at a public library throughout high school. After college, I was researching law school options and discovered I could combine law and librarianship. While in law school,...
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by Ben Almoite On May 2018, the legal collection of the Henrico County Public Library transferred to the Tuckahoe area library, located at 1901 Starling Drive, Henrico, VA 23229. For almost the last thirty years, the law library had been located at the Henrico County Courthouse, at the Western Government Center. Due to a large...
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submitted by Terry Long, VALL liaison ·         Membership is at 770; some members have yet to pay their dues. ·         National Library Legislative Day went well with over 30 Virginia librarians participating. They met with staff of senators, Kaine and Warner, and several of the representatives’ staff. ·         Jobline revenue is on target. ·         Logo...
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Thirty-eight people attended the VALL Spring Meeting at the University of Virginia Law School Library on Friday April 20.  On the agenda that beautiful spring day were three programs; a business meeting where VALL said goodbye to outgoing president, Lara Dresser; secretary, Dana Deseck-Piazzon; director, Doris Morgan; and welcomed incoming president, Andrew Winston; vice president/president...
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Vice President/President Elect: Christina Vassey Chris Vassey Chris is the client services manager for Thomson Reuters. Since joining the company in 1995, Chris has served in a number of roles, including law firm account manager, regional manager and director of academic account management.    She received her J.D. from the University of Kansas School of...
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Greetings, VALL members, I hope this message finds you well and enjoying this beautiful spring day! The spring meeting is just around the corner, and I’m looking forward to seeing many of you. If you haven’t already registered, it’s not too late! The meeting is on April 20th at the University of Virginia School of...
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