Member Testimonials


  • Catherine McGuire

    Catherine McGuire is Head of Reference and Outreach at the Maryland State Law Library in Annapolis.
  • Filippa Anzalone

    Filippa Anzalone is the Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Library & Technology Services at Boston College Law Library in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Michele Masias

    Michele Masias is Chief Librarian of the Civil and Criminal Division Justice Libraries at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.
  • Carol Bannen

    Carol Bannen is the Director of Information Resources at Reinhart, Boerner, Van Deuren, S.C. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • Lawrence Niculescu

    Lawrence Niculescu is a Consultant in New York City.
  • Madeline Cohen

    Madeline Cohen is the Director & Circuit Librarian at the U.S. Courts 10th Circuit Library in Denver, Colorado.
  • Margaret Hall

    Margaret Hall is the Associate Director at the Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, California.
  • Mary Ann Wacker

    Mary Ann Wacker is a Reference Librarian at Bracewell & Giuliani LLP in Houston, Texas.
  • Lizette López Gracia

    Lizette López Gracia is an Acquisitions Librarian at the University of Puerto Rico Law Library.
  • Catherine Whitney

    Catherine Whitney is a Research Librarian with Greenberg Traurig LLP in Houston, Texas.
  • Molly Brownfield

    Molly Brownfield is the Director of Research at Kelly IP, LLP.
  • Mary Ellen Gallagher

    Mary Ellen Gallagher is a Public Law Librarian who works for the Dakota County Law Library in Minnesota.
  • Mark Durbin

    Mark Durbin is Head of Technical Services at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School.
  • Joseph Plumbar

    Joseph Plumbar is an Acquisitions and Reference Librarian at The Fred Parks Law Library, South Texas College of Law.
  • Abigail Lindquist

    Abigail Lindquist is the Reference Librarian at Holland & Hart LLP in Denver, CO.
  • Kurt Mattson

    Kurt Mattson is the Director of Library Services at Lionel Sawyer & Collins in Las Vegas.
  • Leanna Simon

    Leanna Simon is a Reference Librarian at Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn LLP in Detroit.
  • Megan Butman

    Megan Butman, research librarian at DLA Piper in Chicago, joined AALL in 1995. She finds membership in AALL valuable because it gives her access to a nationwide network of librarians who help her with everything from locating obscure documents to thinking of new ways to add value to her firm.
  • Catherine Mazur

    Catherine Mazur is a Law Librarian for the Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Library at Hartford.
  • Hilary Naab

    Hilary Naab is a Branch Librarian for the U.S. Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit Library in Cedar Rapids, IA.
  • Rob Beharriell

    Rob Beharriell received his J.D. from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center in 2011 and his B.A. from the University of Western Ontario in 2006. He is a member of the Florida Bar. Rob plans to begin a MLS program this fall.
  • Benjamin Keele

    Benjamin Keele, reference librarian at the College of William & Mary Wolf Law Library in Williamsburg, Virginia, joined AALL in April 2009. He finds AALL's educational content to be the most valuable part of his membership and says that the Association is his main source of law librarian knowledge.
  • Jeff McGowan

    Jeff McGowan, legal researcher/legal librarian at Jones Waldo in Salt Lake City, recently joined AALL in July 2010. He finds membership in AALL valuable because he's able to communicate and collaborate with other law librarians who willingly and happily provide feedback and assistance when needed.
  • Taylor Southworth

    Taylor Southworth, of Professionals Library Service, Inc., joined AALL this past May. As a new law librarian, she finds other members to be the most valuable benefit of membership, as they provide experience and knowledge that she hasn't yet gained.
  • Vanessa Uribe

    Vanessa Uribe, library director of El Dorado County Law Library in Placerville, California, recently joined AALL in February 2011. She finds membership in the Association valuable because AALL’s publications truly keep her informed about topics of relevance to her job.
  • Jootaek (Juice) Lee

    Jootaek (Juice) Lee, senior law librarian and research librarian for foreign, comparative, and international law at Northeastern University Law Library in Boston, joined AALL in 2009. He finds networking opportunities to be the most valuable benefit of his membership.
  • Megan Lulofs

    Megan Lulofs, reference librarian at the Law Library of Congress, joined AALL in 2010. She says being able to go back and read archived AALL publications is the most valuable membership benefit for her.
  • Beau Steenken

    Beau Steenken, instructional services librarian at the University of Kentucky Law Library, joined AALL in 2010. He says the multitude of professional development opportunities available is the most valuable membership benefit for him.
  • Jessica Lundgren

    Jessica Lundgren, research librarian at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP in Florham Park, New Jersey, joined AALL in 2009. She says AALL Spectrum is the most valuable membership benefit for her.
  • Holly Gerber

    Holly Gerber, assistant law librarian at Washington County Law Library in Hillsboro, Oregon, joined AALL in 2010. She says connecting with and learning from other librarians is the most valuable membership benefit for her.
  • Maxine Wright

    Maxine Wright, collection management librarian at North Carolina Central University Law Library, joined AALL in 2009. She says AALL2go is the most valuable membership benefit for her, giving her solutions and suggestions for routine and complex library problems.
  • Jason Zarin

    Jason Zarin, reference librarian at Georgetown University Law Library, joined AALL in 2009. He says Annual Meeting lectures and the educational webcasts are the most valuable membership benefit for him.
  • Sara Thomas

    Sara Thomas, head librarian at Miles Stockbridge PC in Baltimore, joined AALL in 2009. She says the ability to be part of smaller groups, like special interest sections, is the most valuable membership benefit for her.
  • Jeffrey Sabol

    Jeffrey Sabol is an Electronic Services/Student Support Librarian at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, CA and recently joined AALL. He earned his MLS from San Jose State University in 2011.
  • Susan David deMaine

    Susan David deMaine is a Research and Instruction Librarian for the Ruth Lilly Law Library at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.