Anne Klinefelter, associate professor of law and director of the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library at UNC School of Law, is the recipient of the second annual American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Distinguished Lectureship Award.
The lectureship is an opportunity for AALL members with a unique perspective on the history, practice, or philosophy of law librarianship to share their knowledge and expertise with other members in a prestigious setting.
“I am honored to receive this recognition, says Klinefelter. “I look forward to the associated opportunity to address AALL members about how librarians, especially law librarians, can be leaders in the rapidly changing areas of information access policy and practice.”
Klinefelter is the author of a substantial body of scholarship on privacy, new communications technologies, copyright, licensing, the First Amendment and the PATRIOT Act. She has spoken at local, national and international conferences and several law review symposiums and has taught for many years in law and library schools.
Klinefelter will present a lecture at the AALL Annual Meeting in Boston in July, and it will be published in the Law Library Journal.
-January 19, 2012