We are humbled and honored that our own iBraryGuy founder and editor, John DiGilio, has been featured and interviewed as this month’s “Profile in Law Librarianship” by the Legal Division of the Special Libraries Association. Working with the Legal Division has been a passion of ours for quite some time now and is a relationship we look forward to developing for years to come. Thank you, Legal Division, for the feature and for giving law librarianship a voice!
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