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Celebrating diversity : a legacy of minority leadership in the American Association of Law Libraries / Shamika D. Dalton, Yvonne J. Chandler, Vicente E. Garces, Dennis C. Kim-Prieto, Carol Avery Nicholson, Michele A. L. Villagran.

Author / Creator Dalton, Shamika D., author.
Edition Second edition.
Imprint Getzville, New York : William S. Hein & Co., Inc., 2018.
Language English
Series AALL publications series ; no. 81
AALL publications series ; no. 81.
Subject American Association of Law Libraries -- Biography.
American Association of Law Libraries.
Law librarians -- United States -- Biography.
Minority librarians -- United States -- Biography.
Minorities in library science -- United States -- History.
Minority librarians -- Recruiting -- United States.
Minority librarians -- Employment -- United States.
Law librarians.
Minorities in library science.
Minority librarians.
United States.
Biography.
History.
Format Print, Book
Local Note Includes contributions by L. Louis-Jacques, L. Tang, and T. Ito.
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11620747
Related ItemsRevision of (work):: Nicholson, Carol Avery. Buffalo, N.Y. : William S. Hein & Co., 2006 Revision of (work): Celebrating diversity. 0837735009
Other authors / contributors Chandler, Yvonne J., author.
Garces, Vicente E., author.
Kim-Prieto, Dennis C., author.
Nicholson, Carol Avery, author.
Villagran, Michele A. L., author.
American Association of Law Libraries, sponsoring body.
Louis-Jacques, Lyonette.
Tang, Lorna,
Ito, Todd.
ISBN 9780837740805
0837740800
Notes "Sponsored by the American Association of Law Libraries."
Revision of the 2006 edition (AALL publications series no. 71).
Includes bibliography (pages 265-288) and index.
Summary This new edition comes alongside of rather than replaces the first edition. It furthers AALL's core purpose and organizational values to advance the profession of law librarianship and continues to archive the history of ethnic diversity and document the contributions of minority law librarians to AALL and the profession. The profiles are arranged in four parts. Part I, "Legacy of Leadership," includes profiles of the leading pioneers among minority law librarians in AALL. Part II, "The Enduring Legacy: Leaders and Mentors" highlights veteran leaders who demonstrate a record of sustained leadership in the profession and contribute to AALL and the professional development of newer law librarians. Part III, "Leaders of Today," includes profiles of a select number of current minority law librarians that have been in the profession ten or more years and have taken an active leadership role in AALL. Finally, Part IV, "Leaders of Tomorrow" features newer law librarians with less than ten years of experience who are becoming active in AALL, and reflects their unique experiences and perspectives on diversity in AALL and the profession. The authors will also provide a "snapshot" of the status of our diverse membership and the needs of diverse members in AALL, and compare the data from the same survey given ten years earlier.--Publisher.

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