Librarian of Congress.
The acting Librarian of Congress (David Mao) named Roberta I. Shaffer Law Librarian of Congress. She has been serving as acting law librarian since October 2015 and previously served as the Law Librarian of Congress from August 2009 through November 2011. Shaffer started at the Library of Congress (LOC) in 1984, spending 3 years as the first special assistant to the Law Librarian of Congress. Prior to that, she held positions at the George Washington University Law School, the Catholic University of America, the University of Texas, and the University of Maryland. A former Fulbright Senior Scholar, Shaffer was president of the International Council of Scientific and Technical Information, and she serves in an advisory capacity for the Information School at the University of Texas-Austin.
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|Title Annotation:||Noted & Quoted: people: libraries: awards: promotions; Roberta I. Shaffer|
|Publication:||Computers in Libraries|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2016|
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