Gayle has nineteen years of
professional experience in law firm
and court libraries. She is active at
the national, regional and local level
in professional library associations.
Gayle is a past president of the New
Jersey Law Librarian Association
(NJLLA), as well as a faculty member
of the Technology Committee for the
Law Librarians Association of Greater
New York (LLAGNY).
Gayle has also chaired and served on
various AALL and SLA
committees. In addition to her
professional affiliations, Gayle has
written various articles which have
appeared in NJLLA In Brief, PLL
Perspectives, SLA Chapter News,
Information Outlook and Trends in
Law Library Management and
Technology. She has been a featured
speaker at national, regional and local
library association conferences.
John J. DiGilio
John DiGilio is the National Manager of
Research Services for Reed Smith, LLP
and Co-Editor of Pinhawk's Librarian
News Digest. He has over 15 years of
large law firm library and legal
information vendor experience.
John is very active in the law and law
library communities. He has written for
numerous regional and national
publications as well as taught college
and graduate courses in such topics as
business ethics, e-commerce, fair
employment practices, research
methodology and business law. As an
SLA member, he is a two-time member
award recipient. John is a Past-Chair of
SLA’s Legal Division, a Past-President of
the Pittsburgh Chapter and the SLA
Treasurer for 2013-15.
John’s site: http://www.ibraryguy.com
Sam is a senior research librarian at
Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP.
Currently, Sam is president-elect for
SLA Europe and an SLA Rising Star
for 2014. He also acts as the Legal
Division’s ethics ambassador, and
was a member of the SLA’s
nominating committee for 2013/14.
In the rest of his spare time, Sam
mentors students studying to become
chartered librarians. He recently co-
authored an article for Legal
Information Management, and has
guest lectured at Sheffield
Sam competes regularly in
taekwondo, in which he holds a 2nd
Dan black belt.
Sam blogs at libwig.wordpress.com
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