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Join Us on November 9th for the Jane Sánchez Memorial Lecture on the Future of Law Libraries and Law Librarianship

The late Law Librarian of Congress and Deputy Librarian for Library Collections and Services Jane Sánchez worked to advance the Law Library of Congress by advocating for new and innovative initiatives. These initiatives, such as the Law Library of Congress Legal Research Institute, helped enhance the Law Library’s products and services, and expand our ability to assist patrons across the world. On November 9th at 3 p.m. EST, the Law Library will host the Jane Sánchez Memorial Lecture on the Future of Law Libraries and Law Librarianship. This webinar, which is co-sponsored with the American Association of Law Libraries, will honor Jane’s legacy by examining the future of law libraries and law librarianship with a panel of experts that draw upon their years of experience as leaders in academic, government, and law firm libraries. Please click here to register.

Jane Sánchez standing in the Jefferson Building in the Library of Congress

Jane Sánchez. Deputy Librarian for Library Collections and Services and Law Librarian of Congress. Photo by Donna Sokol.

Law Librarian of Congress Aslihan Bulut will moderate the discussion. Information about the panelists is provided below:

  • David Mao is the chief operating officer of the Georgetown University Law Center and the former law librarian of Congress, deputy librarian of Congress, and acting librarian of Congress. David holds a B.A. in international affairs from George Washington University, a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and an M.L.I.S. from The Catholic University of America.

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