Honorary New LLAM Member
Congratulations to Kirstin Nelson and her husband Mike. We are thrilled to welcome Vivienne Amy Small to the LLAM family. She was born March 15th and was brought home May 2nd. She weighed 71bs 2oz at birth and is now over the 13lb mark. According to Mom Vivienne is a good sleeper, is smiling up a storm and as you can see already on her way to being an avid reader.
New LISP-SIS Chair-elect
Mary Rice from Charles County Circuit Court Law Library has been nominated as Vice Chair/Chair-elect to the Legal Information Services to the Public (LISP) – Special Interest Section (SIS) of AALL.
Teaching Research in Private Law Libraries (TRIPLL)
Carol Mundorf from the law firm Ballard Spahr was selected to attend the TRIPLL Conference last April in Dallas, which is sponsored by Lexis. Selection was limited to 30 attendees and the 2012 mission was “Rethink Research Training: A Practical Approach to Creating High Impact Programs.” More information can be found here.
Kevin Rubenstein and Matthew Jennings, grandsons of Beverly Rubenstein, graduated from High School in June. Kevin, who was vice-president of his class, graduated from Boys Latin School. He is a member of the National Honor Society and received the alumni award for leadership and character. He will be attending Dickinson College. Matthew, through a combination of AP and college courses, graduated at the end of junior year and at the age of 16, from Broadneck High School, where he received an honors diploma. He will be attending the University of Vermont.
Andy Zimmerman’s New Gig
Many well wishes go out to Andy Zimmerman. He is leaving his current post at Gordon Feinblatt in Baltimore to take a position as the Manager of Library Service for the DC office of Morgan Lewis & Bockius.