63Gayle Lynn-NelsonGayle has nineteen years ofprofessional experience in law firmand court libraries. She is active atthe national, regional and local levelin professional library associations.Gayle is a past president of the NewJersey Law Librarian Association(NJLLA), as well as a faculty memberof the Technology Committee for theLaw Librarians Association of GreaterNew York (LLAGNY).Gayle has also chaired and servedon various AALL and SLAcommittees. In addition to herprofessional affiliations, Gayle haswritten various articles which haveappeared in NJLLA In Brief, PLLPerspectives, SLA Chapter News,Information Outlook and Trends inLaw Library Management andTechnology. She has been a featuredspeaker at national, regional andlocal library association conferences.John J. DiGilioJohn DiGilio is the National Manager ofResearch Services for Reed Smith, LLP.He has over 15 years of large law firmlibrary and legal information vendorexperience.John is very active in the law and lawlibrary communities. He has written fornumerous regional and nationalpublications as well as taught collegeand graduate courses in such topics asbusiness ethics, e-commerce, fairemployment practices, researchmethodology and business law. As anSLA member, he is a two-time DanaAward recipient. John is the Past-Chairof SLA’s Legal Division, Chair of theLegal Division’s ProfessionalDevelopment Committee, and a 2012candidate for SLA Treasurer.John’s sites: http://www.ibraryguy.comhttp://www.johnd2012.comOur SpeakersSamuel WigginsSam is an Information Officer forNorton Rose Fulbright LLP.Sam sits on SLA Europe’s board ofdirectors, and chairs their eventscommittee. For the last year , Samhas also acted for the Legal Divisionas their ethics ambassador, and is amember of SLA’s nominatingcommittee for 2013/14.In the rest of his spare time, Samhelps to run #uklibchat every monthon Twitter and competes regularly intaekwondo, in which he holds a 2ndDan black belt.Sam blogs at libwig.wordpress.com
64THANK YOU!• Gayle Lynn-Nelson |firstname.lastname@example.org• Samuel Wiggins |email@example.com• John DiGilio | firstname.lastname@example.org
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