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The Asian American Law Librarians Caucus was organized in 1988 at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting in Chicago by Mon Yin Lung to provide a forum for its members to exchange ideas and information and represents its interests and concerns within the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). It strives to promote law librarianship, Asian law studies and the professional development and recruitment of Asian American law librarians. The purposes of the Caucus are:

    To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on, and to represent its members' interests and concerns within AALL.
    To promote law librarianship and the study of Asian law.
    To develop and increase the effectiveness of Asian American law librarians.
    To foster cooperation among Asian American members of the profession.
    To provide for the further continuing education of Asian American law librarians.



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MEMBER OF THE MONTH

 
May 2016:  Youngwoo Ban
Library Fellow at the Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law

                    

1.    Why did you join AALLc?

I attended the AALLc Business Luncheon in last year’s AALL conference. I enjoyed speaking with the librarians. They were all very nice and kind. So I joined AALLc.

2.    What do you do as a law librarian?

Currently, I am a Law Library Fellow at the University of Arizona. I answer reference questions and work on various projects. I have also served as a teaching assistant for a couple sections of the 1L legal research course.
I have recently accepted the Reference Librarian position with Indiana Tech Law School. I am very excited to begin my career as a law librarian!!

3.    What do you enjoy most about your job?

I enjoy the fact that I get to work in various areas such as teaching, faculty service, collection management, and outreach services.

4.    What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

I enjoy hiking in Sabino Canyon (Tucson, AZ). I also enjoy watching football and Korean baseball.

5.    What is your favorite travel destination in Asia or other parts of the world?

Seoul, my hometown. As for non-Asian destinations, I would love to travel to Iceland and Thailand. In addition, AALL conference allows me to visit many big cities in the U.S. I will go to Chicago for the first time in July!!!

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