Pitt Law Librarians in Leadership Roles at the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting
The Faculty Librarians from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law were well represented at the recent American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, July 23-26. Acquisitions and Serials Librarian Patricia Roncevich and Catalog and Systems Librarian Sallie Smith were speakers at (and Pat Roncevich was coordinator of) a program on Enhancing Library Services with Technical Services Skills: From the Backroom to the Front Lines. Susanna Leers hosted a table at the “Cool Tools Café”, a special program demonstrating new technologies for law librarians. Library Director and Professor George Pike was a speaker at two programs: Copyright Hell: Sites to Get You Out of the Inferno; and “Mashup” the Government’s Copyright. Prof. Pike was also appointed Chair of the AALL Copyright Committee for 2011-2012. Foreign Comparative and International Services Librarian Linda Tashbook was chair of the publicity and membership committee for the Foreign, International, Comparative law librarians’ interest section. Also in attendance were Faculty Librarians Marc Silverman, and Kristen Baginski.