2014 Scholarship Recipients

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Contributions to the AALL Scholarship Program enable AALL members to continue their law and library education. Contributions are an investment in the long-term development of qualified individuals and the growth of the profession of law librarianship. Scholarships are awarded in June of each year and the recipients are announced at the AALL Annual Meeting in July.

2013-14 Scholarships Committee
Michael Hannon, Chair
Ian Blake Bourgoine, Vice Chair
Deborah L. Rusin, Board Liaison
Hannah Phelps Proctor, Staff Liaison
Irene M. Crisci
June S. Kim
Betty Roeske
Louis Michael Rosen
Alison Rosenberg

LexisNexis/John R. Johnson Memorial Scholarship

Library Degree for Law School Graduates

Robert Beharriell, Davie, Florida
Anne Mira Guha, Alexandria, Virginia
Lidia Koelbel, Mesa, Arizona
Jeremy James McCabe, DeKalb, Illinois
Teresa Jean Myers, Apple Valley, Minnesota
Cecily Harms Nicewicz, Thornton, Colorado
Lacy Rakestraw, St. Louis, Missouri
Paul Riermaier, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Mahum Saulat Shere, Palm Desert, California
Shannon Stoneking, Burnsville, Minnesota
Corrine Vogel, Urbana, Illinois

Library Degree for Non-Law School Graduates

Esther Ojuri, Odenton, Maryland

Dual Library Degree and Law Degree

Andrew William Lang, Madison, Wisconsin

AALL & Thomson Reuters/George A. Strait Minority Scholarship

Kelly Lynn Anders, Kansas City, Missouri
Anne Mira Guha, Alexandria, Virginia
Lidia Koelbel, Mesa, Arizona
Esther Ojuri, Odenton, Maryland
Mahum Saulat Shere, Palm Desert, California

AALL Scholarships

Library Degree for Law School Graduates

Jeremy James McCabe, DeKalb, Illinois
Lacy Rakestraw, St. Louis, Missouri
Paul Riermaier, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Corrine Vogel, Urbana, Illinois

Dual Library Degree and Law Degree

Andrew William Lang, Madison, Wisconsin