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Conference Presenters

Scott Allen, Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, 159 South Jackson Street, Sixth Floor, Seattle, WA 98104, www.olsonsundberg.com

Scott Allen is an architect and managing principal of the Seattle-based firm Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects. Scott was one of the principal architects in the design of Sullivan Hall School of Law at Seattle University. He has led the evolution of the firm from a small, 12-person studio to a multi-disciplinary office of 85.

William R. Andersen, Professor, University of Washington School of Law, William H. Gates Hall, Box 353020, Seattle, WA 98195, (206) 543-9385, Fax: (206) 616-3480, ander@u.washington.edu

Mohamed Rali Badissy, University of Washington School of Law, 4320 Aurora Avenue, Apt 303N, Seattle, WA 98103, badissy@gmail.com

Mohamed Rali Badissy is a third year law student at the University of Washington School of Law. His studies have focused primarily on international law and he will be joining a law firm in New York this coming fall. During his first two years at the law school Rali served as a Student Bar Association class representative. For both of those years Rali was the SBA liaison to the library. During that time Rali worked on some of the first issues that arose out of the new building including: library hours, computer policies, reserving study space for law students, improving student lounge areas and relations with non-law student communities who used the library space. He has had an ongoing interest in how William H. Gates Hall is used by law students and in modifications that would make the space more student-centric.

J. Michael Barber, AIA, Ayers/Saint/Gross, 1040 Hull Street, Suite 100, Baltimore, MD 21230, (410) 347-8500, Fax: (410) 347-8519, mbarber@asg-architects.com

Senior Associate, Ayers Saint Gross Architects Mr. Barber is a Senior Associate with Ayers Saint Gross Architects, a 90-person architecture and campus planning firm headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. His 20-year career has focused on the planning and design of academic buildings throughout the county, including law schools for Duke University and Rutgers-Camden University, which is scheduled to break ground this spring. Mr. Barber is active in the AIA and serves as Director of AIA Maryland.

Donna Barry, Gould Evans Associates, 3136 North 3rd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013, www.gouldevans.com

Richard A. Bird, Associate Dean, Seattle University, School of Law, 900 Broadway, Sullivan Hall 210G, Seattle, WA 98122, (206) 398-4060, Fax: (206) 398-4310, rbird@seattleu.edu

Associate Dean Bird joined the School of Law in 1998 as the School was preparing for the final move from its Tacoma location to Sullivan Hall for the1999 academic year. He is responsible for the financial, facilities, personnel and technology functions at the Law School. As part of his responsibilities he has overseen the remodeling of Sullivan Hall for additional faculty offices, student study space, staff work space and the planning for future renovations for new offices and improved library space. He received his B.B.A. and M.B.A. from Pacific Lutheran University.

Stephen Burnett, Associate Dean, Concord Law School, 10866 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1200, Los Angeles, CA 90024, (206) 398-4023, sburnett@kaplan.edu

Stephen Burnett joined Concord from Seattle University School of Law where he was a professor and associate dean for information services. A nationally recognized expert in law-related technology applications, Dean Burnett has held several administrative positions in the field, including: vice president and general manager of business development, and general manager of the legal business unit of Pro2Net; Internet development consultant to Lexis Publishing; director of the legal education division of West Publishing Co.; president of Tailored Solutions; and director of the George Mason University School of Law library.

Kristin Cheney, Director, Seattle University Law Library, Sullivan Hall, 900 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122, (206) 398-4091, Fax: (206) 398-4194, kcheney@seattleu.edu

Eric Chiappinelli, Associate Dean for Alumni & Professional Relations, Seattle University School of Law, Sullivan Hall, 901 12th Avenue, P.O. Box 222000, Seattle, WA 98122, (206) 591-2212, echiap@seattleu.edu

B.A. cum laude Claremont McKenna College 1975. J.D. Columbia University School of Law 1978: Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. Clerk to the Supreme Court of California and the U.S. District Court, Central District of California.

Professor Chiappinelli teaches in the business law area. His courses cover topics such as corporations, LLCs, securities fraud, public offerings and private placements of securities, and mergers & acquisitions. Students have honored him with four teaching awards. He has published numerous law review articles and his latest scholarly project is a casebook on business entities (Aspen 2006). Professor Chiappinelli’s current research interests include nonprofit governance and the relation between corporate law and family dynamics.

Professor Chiappinelli is also Associate Dean for Alumni and Professional Relations. He develops strategy for, coordinates, and supervises the school’s annual fund, alumni/ae relations, career services, and CLE efforts. For four years Professor Chiappinelli chaired the building committee during the planning and construction of the Law School's new building.

I was asked to serve as the chair of the new building committee. From 1995 to 1999 I led the law school’s faculty, staff, and students in creating a vision of Seattle University’s new law school building, Sullivan Hall. I then helped present that vision to constituencies such as the university administration and trustees, the law school alumni/ae, the architects, and the community in which the law school is located and in winning those constituencies’ support. I also helped to ensure that the costs stayed within the $33.5 million budget. See the Virtual Building Tour at www.law.seattleu.edu/buildingtour?mode=flash.

Michael Chiorazzi, Professor, University of Arizona, Rogers College of Law, 1201 E. Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, AZ 85721, (520) 621-5477, Fax: (520) 621-3138, michael.chiorazzi@law.arizona.edu

Margaret L. Christiansen, Assistant Director, Regent University School of Law, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464, (757) 226-4463, Fax: (757) 226-4451, margchr@regent.edu

James Cooper, Seattle University, School of Law, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122, jcooper@seattleu.edu

James is an information technology specialist with more than ten years of technology, communications, and leadership. Throughout his career, Mr. Cooper has led the development of information portals and large-scale electronic publishing systems. He has driven technology development initiatives and change management, and has consulted on a variety of Web projects. Mr. Cooper has held technical and management positions in the technology and Internet fields as well as higher education. These experiences include Microsoft, Pro2Net, Seattle University, and a variety of freelance opportunities. He holds a B.A. from Western Washington University and a M.S. in Information Management from the University of Washington. Mr. Cooper resides in Seattle, Washington.

J. Lee Coyle, AIA, Cannon Design, 509 South Exeter Street, Floor Five, Baltimore, MD 21202, (703) 907-2300, Fax: (703) 907-2050, lcoyle@cannondesign.com

Mr. Coyle is a Senior Project Designer with Cannon Design. He has 20 years experience as a project designer and is responsible for the design of buildings on three continents. He specializes in the programming and design of large, complex projects involving multiple users and concerns. Throughout his career, Mr. Coyle has developed expertise in a variety of project types, including corporate, healthcare, entertainment, and buildings for academic study and scientific research. The result is a base of experience that provides unique insight into human behavior patterns relating to movement, gathering, and workplace interaction. He believes that great design is as much about the process as the product. Partnering with a client is the only way to create a building that is responsive and beneficial. Mr. Coyle holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design from North Carolina State University, and a Masters in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.

Barry A. Currier, Dean, Concord Law School, 10866 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1200, Los Angeles, CA 90024, (310) 689-3200, Fax: (310) 470-3547, barry_currier@concord.kaplan.edu

Barry Currier is Dean of Concord Law School, a position that he has held since June 2004. Prior to that appointment, Barry was the Deputy Consultant on Legal Education at the American Bar Association. In that position, Barry played a significant role in the law school accreditation process, including work on the ABA's Standards for the Approval of Law Schools and the organization and administration of the ABA site visit process. He also served as the staff liaison to both the Law School Facilities and the Technology Committees of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. He has been a member of several law faculties, including the University of Florida College of Law (1977-1996), where he served as Associate Dean, and Samford University (1996-2000), where he was the Dean of the Cumberland School of Law.

Richard A. Danner, Associate Dean, Duke University School of Law, Box 90361, Durham, NC 27708, danner@law.duke.edu

Richard A. Danner is Senior Associate Dean for Information Services and Rufty Research Professor of Law at Duke Law School. His primary academic interests are in legislation, legal education, and legal research and bibliography. He has written on statutory interpretation, as well as on the impacts of information technology on legal education and the effects of electronic publication on scholarly communication in law. His current research focuses the role of legal information in the development of American law. From 1984 94, he served as editor of the American Association of Law Libraries Law Library Journal. Professor Danner has served as President of the American Association of Law Libraries and on the executive committee of the Association of American Law Schools, and is presently the First Vice-President of the International Association of Law Libraries. He is a frequent member of accreditation teams for the American Bar Association and consultant for law schools and other groups on space planning and other matters.

Tom Delaney, Associate Dean, New York University School of Law, 110 West 3rd Street, Room 106, New York, NY 10012, tom.delaney@nyu.edu

Thomas A. Delaney, P.E. has been the Associate Dean of Technology and Chief Information Officer at the New York University School of Law since 2003. In the Fall 2005, Crittenden Magazines (publisher of Pre Law Magazine and The National Jurist) selected NYU School of Law the #1 technology law school in the country. Before turning his career towards academia, Tom worked in a wide variety of vertical markets: he founded an international software company in the document assembly space, consulted internationally on engineering document management projects, and was the Chief Information Officer of Consumers’ Buyline Incorporated. Tom holds patents for several telecommunications products, and lectured nationally with the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) on biomedical device design. Tom has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, holds a Six Sigma Greenbelt, and is a New York State licensed professional engineer.

John DeLiso, Associate Dean, Suffolk University, Law School, SGT 410H, 120 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108, (617) 573-8594, Fax: (617) 573-8594, jdeliso@suffolk.edu

Patricia Donnelly, Boalt Law School, 368 Boalt Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720, pdonnelly@law.berkeley.edu

Patricia Donnelly has been Chief Information Officer at UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) since April 2000. Previously she held a variety of positions in the IT department of the law school. Patricia has a B.A. from University of Virginia. Her professional development includes Berkeley's Leadership Development Program and UCLA's Technical Management Program with an emphasis on project management. She recently served on a committee of internal and external representatives to review and make recommendations concerning the organization of IT governance, funding and structure at UC Berkeley. Currently she serves as vice chair of the campus Information Technology Architecture Committee and is a member of the campus Educational Technology Committee. As Boalt Hall moves forward with its unprecedented $125 million dollar capital campaign, Patricia will be leading the school's efforts to enhance the educational and research environments through the use of cutting edge technology.

Arthur R. Donnelly, Associate Director of the Lawton Chiles Legal Information Center at the Fredric G. Levin College of Law, University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, PO Box 117628, Gainesville, FL 32611, donnelly@law.ufl.edu

Rick earned a B.S. degree at the University of Georgia, a Master's of Library Science and a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from the George Peabody College at Vanderbilt University. Rick has administered library and higher education programs in Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida. He joined the Levin College of Law as Head of Media Services and has been at the University of Florida since 1981.

Howie Ferguson, University of Florida, 232 Stadium, Gainesville, FL 32611, hsferg@ufl.edu

Howie S. Ferguson is a Senior Project Manager with the University of Florida’s Division of Facilities Planning and Construction. Since joining UF in 1999, Ferguson has managed the programming, design, and construction of $110 million worth of capital improvement projects, and has been instrumental in the University’s effort to improve its project management and delivery processes.

A native of Pensacola, Ferguson graduated from UF with a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in May 1990. Upon commissioning at Officer Candidate School in Newport, RI, he spent the ensuing nine years as a U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps Officer. Along with facilities and construction management tours in Portsmouth, NH, and Kings Bay, GA, he deployed with the Navy Seabees to Guam, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and Rota, Spain, and returned to UF to earn a Master’s in Engineering (Construction Management).

He is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Florida and is the Conference Committee Chair for of the Construction Owner’s Association of America (COAA).

Jan Fleckenstein, Associate Director, Syracuse University, College of Law, H. Douglas Barclay Law Library, Syracuse, NY 13244, jflecken@law.syr.edu

Jan Fleckenstein is Associate Director & Head of Library Information Systems at the Syracuse University Law Library, where she has helped design, and served as facilitator for, major and minor library renovations over many years. Jan’s expertise is in the integration of technology into the infrastructure of the library and the impact of information technologies on effective use of library space, collection format decisions, and reference and research services. Jan holds her M.L.S. and MS/IRM degrees from Syracuse University. She is also an adjunct instructor at the Syracuse University School of Information Studies.

Jonathan Franklin, University of Washington School of Law, Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library, Box 353025, Seattle, WA 98195, jafrank@u.washington.edu

In 1999, Jonathan Franklin joined the Gallagher Law Library as Assistant Librarian for Library services and was promoted to Associate Law Librarian in 2001. In addition to managing the library administration and circulation departments and sharing in reference duties, he is now responsible for database selection, licensing, and instructional technology planning for the law school. Jonathan also has written articles on information licensing and international law issues as well as having taught a course at the law school on Preservation of Indigenous Cultural Heritage and Video Game Law. He worked extensively on the design and construction of William H. Gates Hall from 1999 through its opening in 2003. He earned his A.B., A.M. Anthropology and J.D. degrees from Stanford University and M.Libr..with a Certificate in Law Librarianship from the University of Washington. Prior to the University of Washington, he spent five years as an reference librarian and foreign law selector at the University of Michigan Law Library. In law school, he was a Senior Editor of the Stanford Environmental Law Journal and a Note Editor for the Stanford Law Review.

Thomas R. French, Associate Professor, Syracuse University, College of Law, H. Douglas Barclay Law Library, Syracuse, NY 13244, (919) 962-6202, Fax: (919) 962-1193, trfrench@law.syr.edu

Tom French, Director of the Law Library and Associate Professor of Law at Syracuse University, has worked in academic and court law libraries in Ohio, Kentucky, Maine, and North Carolina. In each of these, he has been involved with construction and renovation projects. Tom was guest editor of and a contributor to AALL Spectrum’s “Change is in the Air: Law Librarians Share How They Accommodate Construction and Renovation Projects at Their Libraries” (May 2001). He recently published “Law Librarians and Library Design, Construction, and Renovation: An Annotated Bibliography and Review of the Literature, ” 98 L.L.J. 99 (2006).

Tami Gierloff, Assistant Dean, Lewis & Clark Law School, 10015 SW Terwilliger Boulevard, Portland, OR 97219, gierloff@lclark.edu

Tami Gierloff is Assistant Dean and Associate Director of the Boley Law Library at Lewis & Clark Law School. She has a J.D. and an M.Libr. from the University of Washington. She served as a member of the law school’s Building Committee during the library remodel and building addition of 2000 - 2002.

James Hambleton, Associate Dean, Texas Wesleyan University, School of Law, 1515 Commerce Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102, (817) 212-3818, jhambleton@law.txwes.edu

Before assuming his current duties as Associate Dean for Budget and Planning at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Professor Hambleton served as Director of the law school’s Law Library. He has also served as Manager of Legal Information Resources at the Dallas law firm Haynes and Boone and as Director of the Texas State Law Library in Austin. While in Austin, Prof. Hambleton tackled his first building project in the mid-1980’s: programming and working with the architect in the major redesign and reconstruction of the State Law Library. Moving to Dallas, Jim again had the pleasure of working with an architect on the design and build out of the law firm’s main law library. And when he joined Texas Wesleyan Law School, Jim found himself chair of the Law School Facilities Committee. In that capacity, Prof. Hambleton worked closely with the University’s architect on the program, design development, and construction of Wesleyan’s current law school facility, occupied in Fall 1997. When a tenant occupying the top floor of the law school’s building vacated in 2003, Jim coordinated the design development of the law school’s recently completed renovation, and served as the owner’s representative during the construction process. Prof. Hambleton received his B.A. from Middlebury College, his master’s in library science from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and his law degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He is a member of the Texas Bar, as well as the Tarrant County and Dallas bar associations.

Rudolph C. Hasl, Dean, Thomas Jefferson, School of Law, 2121 San Diego Avenue, San Diego, CA 92110, (619) 297-9700, Fax: (619) 299-6772, hasl@tjsl.edu

Dean Rudolph C. Hasl is completing his 25th year of serving as a law school Dean. He served at Saint Louis University (1979-1991), St. John’s University (1991-1998), Seattle University (2000-2005), and Thomas Jefferson School of Law (2005-present). He has been involved in construction projects and renovations in each of the institutions, with capital expenditures amounting to over $75, 000, 000. He received an Honors A.B. degree from Xavier University, his J.D. degree from Saint Louis University, and his LL.M. from New York University. He has an honorary doctorate from Far Eastern University in Vladivostok.

Penny A. Hazelton, Associate Dean and Professor, University of Washington School of Law, Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library, Box 353025, Seattle, WA 98195, (206) 543-4089, Fax: (206) 685-2165, pennyh@u.washington.edu

Professor Penny A. Hazelton has been at the University of Washington School of Law for 20 years, most recently holding the title of Associate Dean for Library and Computing Services. In addition to teaching in the law school, she is the director of the Law Librarianship Program, a course of study in the Information School that leads to an MLIS for lawyers who have decided to change careers and recent law school graduates. Professor Hazelton was on the New Building Committee for William H. Gates Hall throughout the planning and construction of the new home for the University of Washington School of Law (an 11 year process). And while her primary focus was the law library itself, she was involved in planning and decision-making for many other parts of the law school building. Because of her participation in this $80 M project, she has served as a member of the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar Committee on Law School Facilities since 1999 and has been Chair of the Committee since 2003. Dean Hazelton earned her law degree from Lewis and Clark Law School and her Masters in Law Librarianship from the University of Washington. She served as the President of the American Association of Law Libraries from 1990/91.

Paul Holland, Professor, Seattle University, School of Law, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122, (734) 763-5000, Fax: (312) 915-7201, hollandp@seattle.edu

Professor Holland has been a clinical teacher since 1994. He began his teaching career as a Prettyman Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center. He was a member of the faculties at Georgetown, Loyola University of Chicago, and the University of Michigan before coming to Seattle University in 2004. His teaching, practice, and scholarship have all addressed issues related to juvenile justice, child welfare, and education.

Trudi Hummel, Gould Evans Associates, 3136 North 3rd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85013, www.gouldevans.com

Janis L. Johnston, Associate Professor, University of Illinois, Albert E. Jenner, Jr. Memorial Law Library, 142M Law Building, 504 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Champaign, IL 61820, (217) 244-3046, Fax: (217) 244-8500, jljohnst@law.uiuc.edu

Richard M. Jost, University of Washington School of Law, Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library, William H. Gates Hall, Box 353025, Seattle, WA 98195, rmjost@u.washington.edu

Richard Jost has been the Assistant Librarian for Technical Services at the University of Washington Gallagher Law Library since 1992. Prior to that, he was the Assistant Librarian for Technical Services at the University of Colorado, where he had also worked as a Reference/Government Documents Librarian. At both jobs, he has been involved in automating basic library functions through the installation of integrated library systems. Since 2000, he has taught a course in library technology systems at the University of Washington Information School for students in the Master’s in Library and Information Science program.

As head of Technical Services at UW, Richard was responsible for designing the Technical Services Department staff suite in William H. Gates Hall. He was also involved in library discussions with laying out the collection in the new building and the design of shared staff spaces. He and his staff had primary responsibility for preparing the collection for moving into the new building through numerous bibliographic marking projects and bibliographic database enhancements.

Samuel J. Kahn, Kent Holdings & Enterprises, PO Box 787, Solano Beach, CA 92075, sjkahn@archwireless.net

S. Blair Kauffman, Professor, Yale Law School, Lillian Goldman Library, PO Box 208215, 127 Wall St., New Haven, CT 06520, blair.kauffman@yale.edu

S. Blair Kauffman is Law Librarian and Professor of Law at Yale Law School. Before coming to Yale, in 1994, he held a similar position with the University of Wisconsin Law School, in Madison. His 25 years of professional experience as a law librarian include two other stops as library director, in Illinois and Nevada. He has been involved in the planning and execution of a number of library building and renovation projects and frequently consults on this topic. He has degrees from the University of Missouri (B.S., J.D. and LL.M.) and the University of Washington (M.L.L.) and is a member of the Missouri Bar.

Virginia Kelsh, Professor, University of San Francisco, 75 Camino Arroyo South, Palm Desert, CA 92260, kelsh@usfca.edu

Law Librarian and Professor Emerita, Virginia Kelsh, holds a B.A. from Marylhurst College, an M.S.L.S from the Catholic University of America, and a J.D. from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College. Professor Kelsh served as Law Librarian and Professor at the University of San Francisco (USF) from 1983 until her retirement in June 2005. Prior to employment at USF, Virginia served as Assistant Professor, Assistant Librarian, and Acting Director at Lewis and Clark Law School Library between 1972 and 1978 and as Librarian and Assistant/Associate Professor at the University of Bridgeport Law Library between 1978-1982.

Professor Kelsh is a member of several regional and national library organizations. She has served as President of the Northern California Association of Law Libraries and co-chaired the Local Arrangements Committee for the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting held July 1992 in San Francisco. She has taught Dispute Resolution, Legal Research and Writing, Appellate Advocacy, International Art Law, and the Legal Protection of Cultural Property.

Professor Kelsh envisioned, programmed, and provided oversight for the construction of the Dorraine Zief Law Library, a new 60, 000 square facility that opened in August 2000. In the past, she has also overseen a renovation in the University of San Francisco Law Library [1986-87]; participated in designing & building out 40, 000 SF of law library space at the University of Bridgeport Law Library [1981-82], and participated in preliminary planning for a new law library for the Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College during the mid-70’s, a project that subsequently developed into an administration/faculty building. The law library then expanded into the space vacated by faculty and administration in the original building.

John Kennedy, Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, 159 South Jackson Street, Sixth Floor, Seattle, WA 98104, www.olsonsundberg.com

John Kennedy is an associate architect with the Seattle-based firm Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects. Kennedy was the project architect on Seattle University’s law school, Sullivan Hall, and on its subsequent additions.

W.H. Knight, Jr. (Joe), Dean, University of Washington School of Law, William H. Gates Hall, Box 353020, Seattle, WA 98195, 206-685-3846, Fax: 206-616-5305, whknight@u.washington.edu

Dean W.H. (Joe) Knight is completing his fifth year as Dean of the University of Washington School of Law. Before coming to the UW, Dean Knight was a professor at the University of Iowa College of Law. He also served as Vice Provost of the University of Iowa from 1997-2000. An expert in commercial law, Knight has authored three books on the subject and taught courses in banking, contracts and commercial transactions. He has also taught seminars on international banking and critical race theory.

Dean Knight grew up in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and earned bachelor degrees in economics, speech and political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He earned his juris doctorate degree from the Columbia University School of Law. At Columbia, he was a member of the Columbia Human Rights Law Review. Prior to becoming a faculty member, Knight worked in New York City as a labor lawyer and in Connecticut with a bank holding company.

He is an active member in several organizations, including the American Law Institute; the Law School Admissions Council; the Society of American Law Teachers; and both the American and National Bar Associations. He also serves as a member of the board of directors of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company where he chairs the Legal Affairs Committee of the board.

Richard A. Leiter, Professor, University of Nebraska, College of Law, PO Box 830902, Lincoln, NE 68583, rleiter@unl.edu

Richard Leiter, Director and Professor, Schmid Law Library, University of Nebraska, has been a law library director in both private and academic libraries for more than fifteen years. He has participated in planning the renovation and/or building of four libraries during that time and is hopeful that he is getting good at it by now. The first project was a complete new library on the twentieth floor of the 650 California Street Building in downtown San Francisco. This 10, 000 square foot project integrated the latest technology and was completed in 1988. The second was a consolidation and complete renovation of the law library at Regent University - that is, from a library that was contained on two partial floors of a building into one complete floor of the same building. This 35, 000 square foot project was completed in 1990. The third project was completely new, free-standing 70, 000 square foot building at Howard University, completed in 2001. His last project was a complete renovation and expansion of the law library at the University of Nebraska which brought the law library from 35, 000 (ugly) square feet to more than 55, 000 (beautiful) square feet. Professor Leiter is tired of building buildings for libraries he lives and works in, but is happy to coach and lend advice and encourage-ment to others. Most valuable lesson learned from his experience is to constantly remind yourself that not only will the experience pass, but it is always worth it.

Stuart H. Lobel, Hardwicke Associates, Inc., 8001 Franklin Farms Drive, Suite 200, Richmond, VA 23229, stuat@hai-design.com

Stephen Margeton, Professor, Director of the Law Library and Professor of Law, The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 3600 John McCormack Road NE, Washington, DC 20064, (202) 635-5116, Fax: (202) 319-4447, margeton@law.cua.edu

Professor Margeton earned his A.B. degree from Mount Saint Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Maryland, in 1967, his J.D. degree from George Washington University in 1970, and his M.S.L.S. from The Catholic University of America in 1973. After serving for two years (1970-1972) as assistant reference librarian in the American-British Law Library Reading Room of the Library of Congress, he joined the firm of Steptoe & Johnson as their first full-time law librarian. From 1985 – 1988 he served as Librarian of the Supreme Court of the United States. He has been the Director of the Judge Kathryn J. DuFour Law Library at The Catholic University of America since 1988, where he also teaches Advanced Legal Research. Professor Margeton has been active in the American Association of Law Libraries and the Law Librarians Society of Washington, D.C., serving as president of the Society from 1996-1997. He has worked on several law firm, court and academic law library design projects and writes in this area.

Mark J. Maves, AIA, Smith Group, 1825 Eye St. NW, Suite 250, Washington, DC 20006, (202) 842-2100, Fax: (202) 974-4500, mmaves@smithgroup.com

Mark Maves, AIA, a Sr. Vice President of SmithGroup, Inc., has had the pleasure of working with professional schools and cultural institutions around the country. His grounding in urban design infuses his work with an appealing sense of community. He has worked with over a dozen Schools of Law including Vanderbilt, George Washington University, and Catholic University. He is currently working with the law schools at Villanova, the University of South Carolina, and the New York School of Law.

A. Robert Menanteaux, Seattle University, School of Law, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122, arobertm@seattleu.edu

Thomas B Metzloff, Professor, Duke University School of Law, Box 90360, Durham, NC 27708, (919) 613-7055, Fax: (919) 613-7231, metzloff@law.duke.edu

Thomas Metzloff is Professor of Law at Duke Law School. His primary academic interests are in the fields of Civil Procedure, Legal Ethics, and Professional Liability. For the past eight years, he has been Chair of Duke Law's Building and Planning Committee and has overseen the design and construction of ten different classrooms including three large lecture halls, five seminar rooms, two medium-sized rooms, and a courtroom with a combined project budget of over $6.5 million.

John Meyer, Vice Chancellor, University of California-Davis, One Shields Avenue, 376 Mrak Hall, Davis, CA 95616, jameyer@ucdavis.edu

John is Vice Chancellor of Resource Management & Planning for UC Davis. In this capacity he is responsible for coordination of the overall campus budget of $2.2 billion. In addition, this office oversees all capital, environmental and physical planning on the Davis campus. A major project recently completed was development of a new Long-Range Development Plan to address enrollment growth, facility needs and housing needs for the campus community. The office also includes Real Estate Service and Internal Audit Services.

Prior to joining the Davis campus in 2000, John Meyer served for ten years as the City Manager for the city of Davis, California. The city is known for innovative planning and development projects, reliance on alternative transportation and its extensive parks and open space system.

Meyer also served in the City Manager’s Office in Oakland, California and assisted in the redesign of the city’s budget process. He has held positions in two consulting firms assisting local governments with various management issues. He received a Bachelor’s degree from UC Davis and a Master’s degree from the University of Southern California (USC).

Wallace J. Mlyniec, Professor, Georgetown University Law Center, 111 F. Street NW, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 662-9590, mlyniec@law.georgetown.edu

Wallace J. Mlyniec is the Lupo-Ricci Professor of Clinical Legal Studies and served for as Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Public Service Programs at Georgetown University Law Center for 19 years. As Associate Dean, he was a member of the Dean's cabinet and was responsible for the operation of the largest in-house clinical program in America. The program consists of 15 separate courses, 17 full time faculty, 10 adjunct faculty, 26 degree-candidate teaching fellows, and over 300 students. He was also responsible for various Institutes related to GULC and had administrative oversight for the Continuing Legal Education program. Additionally, he guided the activities of all of the non-credit public interest and community service organizations at the Law Center.

As Associate Dean, Professor Mlyniec represented the Dean in various University-wide capital projects and was responsible for the Law Center’s Emergency Preparedness Planning. For many years, he also served on the University Campus Planning Committee which is responsible for screening all capital projects sent to the Board of Directors for final approval. He has served on the Law Center’s Capital Planning Committee for more than 20 years. That group has built over $150 million worth of capital projects. These buildings include a library, a student residence hall, and an academic wing to the main Law Center building. Between 2002 and 2005, he supervised construction of the new Hotung International Law Building, an academic center housing classrooms, an international law library, an alumni center, and faculty and institute offices, and the new Georgetown Law Sport and Fitness Center. The budget for these projects was approximately $63 million.

Professor Mlyniec has also assisted in the planning and construction of elementary and high schools in Washington, D.C. and is the author of the forthcoming book Construction Notes, The Transformation of an Urban Campus.

Pablo G. Molina, Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Avenue, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 662-9004, Fax: (202) 662-9400, molina@law.georgetown.edu

Pablo G. Molina has been the chief information officer at the Georgetown University Law Center Campus since October 2001. Prior to that, he worked as director of information technology for the University of Pennsylvania Law School, lecturer/director of information systems for Washington University in Saint Louis School of Law, and senior lecturer for the University of Missouri in Saint Louis Business School. Before his career in academia, he was MIS manager at the Saint Louis Zoo. Prior to that, he created and managed a technology company in Madrid, where he also served as Editor in Chief of computer magazines, authored several books on technology, and taught information technology at the Escuela de Hacienda Pública. Pablo has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Saint Louis University and has done graduate coursework at Washington University in Saint Louis and the University of Pennsylvania. He is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, a Certified Novell Engineer, and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.

Susan Monsen, Yale Law School, Box 208215, New Haven, CT 06520, susan.monsen@yale.edu

Susan Monsen has worked at Yale Law School since 1989 and took on the position of Director of Information Technology Services in 1992. In addition to her responsibilities at the Law School, she also chairs the Yale University Information Technology Infrastructure committee. Prior to her career in Information Technology, she worked as a Geologist for Golder Associates and the U.S. Geological Survey. Susan has a B.S. degree from Humboldt State University and a M.S. degree in Geology from University of California at Davis.

Thomas A. Morrison, Associate Dean, George Washington University School of Law, 2000 H St. NW, Washington, DC 20052, (202) 994-1636, Fax: (202) 994-5157, tmorrison@law.gwu.edu

Dean Morrison is the Senior Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs at the George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC. He joined the staff of the Law School in February 1998 after having completed a distinguished 28 year career as an attorney and legal management expert in the Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Dean Morrison was in the first group of selectees for the Navy’s Funded Law Education Program and went on to serve as a military prosecutor and Special Assistant U.S. Attorney. He supervised the provision of legal services for the Navy in the tri-state regions of North/South Carolina and Georgia and headed the Navy’s legal office in the Los Angeles/Central California area. He worked in the Washington DC as a Legislative Counsel to the Secretary of the Navy and was the Director of Personnel in the Office of the Judge Advocate General. At the time of his retirement at the rank of Rear Admiral, he was the Assistant Judge Advocate General of the Navy for Operations and Management and Vice Commander of the Naval Legal Service Command, supervising the worldwide provision of legal services throughout the Navy. He was a pioneer in the practice of Total Quality in Federal legal practice and explored the potential of information technology and network communications in bringing about innovative changes in the delivery of legal services to both individual clients and organizations. He is experienced in changed systems, regional reorganization and legal management methodologies. Dean Morrison is an active member of the Wisconsin Bar Association, and is admitted to practice before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, The Eastern and Western District Courts of Wisconsin, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces and Wisconsin Supreme Court. He was a active member of the Naval Justice School’s Quality Management Board for Training and was a designated Government Ethics Counselor. He has lectured at the undergraduate level on law and leadership and taught both attorneys and paralegals on professional responsibility and office management.

Steve H. Nickles, Wake Forest University School of Law, Worrell Professional Center, P.O. Box 7206, Winston-Salem, NC 27109, (910) 759-4296, snickles@law.wfu.edu

Rex R. Perschbacher, Dean, University of California-Davis, School of Law, 400 Mrak Hall Drive, Davis, CA 95616, (530) 752-0243, Fax: (530) 752-3860, rrperschbacher@ucdavis.edu

Rex Perschbacher is Dean and Professor of Law at UC Davis School of Law. He has taught at UC Davis since 1981 with an emphasis on the areas of Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility, and Clinical teaching. He received the law school's Distinguished Teaching Award in 1992, and a Special Citation Affirmative Action and Diversity Achievement Award, 2001. After receiving J.D. degree from Boalt Hall, where he was Articles Editor of the California Law Review and elected to Order of the Coif, he served as law clerk to The Honorable Alfonso J. Zirpoli of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Later he entered private practice with Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe in San Francisco. He has also taught at UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall), the University of Texas, Santa Clara University, and the University of San Diego law schools. Professor Perschbacher has published articles in the areas of civil procedure, professional responsibility and lawyers' negotiations. He is co-author of United States Legal System: An Introduction; Cases and Materials on Civil Procedure (4th ed.); California Trial Techniques; California Civil Procedure; California Legal Ethics (5th ed.) and Problems in Legal Ethics (7th ed.).

George Pike, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 3900 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, (412) 648-1322, pike@law.pitt.edu

George H. Pike is the Director of the Barco Law Library and Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He teaches legal research and privacy law courses at the School of Law and is a regular columnist for Information Today, publishing a monthly column on legal issues confronting information producers and consumers. During his tenure at the University of Pittsburgh, the Barco Law Library has completed several major remodeling projects, one of which was the recipient of national awards from the Architectural Woodworking Institute and the Master Builders Association. At the 2003 Bricks & Bytes Conference in Boston, Prof. Pike presented The Sidebar Café, a program about the installation and management of one of the first operating coffee bars to open inside a law school library.

M. Kathleen Price, Associate Dean, University of Florida, Frederic G. Levin College of Law, PO Box 117620, Gainesville, FL 32611, (352) 392-0417, Fax: (352) 392-9253, pricek@law.ufl.edu

B.A., 1963, Univ. of Florida; M.S., 1967, Fla. State; J.D., 1973, Illinois. Bk. Rev. Ed., Ill. L.F.Admitted: IL, 1973. Ass't Librarian, Alabama, 1967-70; Ass't Librarian, Illinois, 1970-73; Assoc. Att'y, Ross & Hardies, Chgo., 1973-75; Librarian & Prof., Duke 1975-80; Dir., Library & Prof., Minnesota, 1980-90; Ass't V.P., Acad. Affrs., 1986; Vis. Prof., Uppsala Univ., Sweden, 1988, 1990; The Law Librarian, Library of Cong., DC, 1990-94; Dir., Library & Prof., New York Univ., 1994-04; Assoc. Dean, Library & Tech. & Clarence J. TeSelle Prof., Univ. of Florida, since 2004. Subjects: Art Law; Criminal Law; Law & Medicine; Legal Research & Writing. Torts. International Access to Legislative Information (with Chiang), 1992; Setting the Legal Agenda for the Year 2000 (with Axtmann), 1993. Member: COIF; ALI; AALL (Pres., 1983-84). Sec'y, NCAIR, 1996-98; Treas., NELLCO, 2001-03; Mem., Index to Legal Periodicals, 1994-02, Chair, Adv'y Bd., since 2003. Dean Price has actively been engaged in the renovations of the UF law library and now chairs the College's art committee

Denis Ransmeier, Vice President for Finance and Treasurer, Lewis & Clark College, 0615 Southwest Palatine Hill Road, Portland, OR 97219, denisr@lclark.edu

Denis came to Lewis & Clark College in August, 2005 as the new vice president for finance and treasure. Prior to that Denis was Seattle University’s vice president for finance and investments since 1986. As a member of the Seattle University’s executive team, he has contributed to its strategic long-range vision and planning processes. Under his leadership, the university’s endowment fund grew from $21.5 million in 1986 to $159 million in 2004. He helped the university achieve and maintain an investment-grade credit rating, provided oversight on major building construction and remodeling projects, and managed the university’s acquisition of its law school. He also managed or provided oversight in related areas including finance administration, information services, facilities and human resources. Prior to that, he served as assistant dean and director of administration at Georgetown University Law Center, and earlier was a staff accountant for Price Waterhouse. Ransmeier earned his B.A. from Amherst College, a M.A. in education at Boston College, and a M.A. in business administration from Columbia University.

Jeffrey A. Scherer, FAIA, Meyer, Sherer & Rockcastle, Ltd., 710 South 2nd Street, 7th Floor, Minneapolis, MN 55401, jeffrey@msrltd.com

A founding principal of Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd (MS&R), Jeff has been responsible for the design of more than one hundred public and academic libraries over the past twenty-five years. He is also known for leading the discussion on important issues surrounding libraries. Jeff is a frequent conference lecturer for ALA, IFLA, and PLA and has coauthored numerous articles and books on topics such as designing libraries for teens and the aging population, changes in technology and the distribution of information, sustainable design for libraries and community consensus building. The MS&R designed library for Fayetteville, Arkansas was the Library Journal “Library of the Year” for 2005. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arkansas and has thirty-two years of professional experience. Jeff also currently serves on the Board of the Americans for Libraries Council and the Independent Feature Project of Minnesota. He is also working with the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) Library Lighting Committee. He is past President of the Library Foundation of Hennepin County, Minnesota. He participated as a juror for the 2005 American Institute of Architects (AIA)/American Library Association (ALA) Honor Awards in January 2005, and he was elected into the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows in 1998.

Scott Schumacher, Assistant Professor of Law, Director, Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, University of Washington School of Law, William H. Gates Hall, Box 353020, Seattle, WA 98195, (206) 685-6805, Fax: (206) 685-2388, sschum@u.washington.edu

Scott Schumacher is an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Washington School of Law, where he teaches in the areas of taxation, advocacy, and professional responsibility. He is also the Director of the Law School's Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic. Prior to joining the faculty, he was an attorney with Chicoine & Hallett, P.S., in Seattle, Washington, where his practice focused on tax controversy and litigation. He also served as a Trial Attorney with the United States Department of Justice Tax Division, and he was an Attorney-Advisor to the Chief Judge Arthur L. Nims III of the United States Tax Court. Professor Schumacher is the author of the chapter entitled, "Key Ethical Challenges for the Business Planning Lawyer, " in Dwight Drake's book Business Planning: Closely Held Enterprises (West Publishing).

Patrick Shannon, Associate Dean, University of Florida, Frederic G. Levin College of Law, PO Box 117620, Gainesville, FL 32611, (352) 392-0421, Fax: (352) 392-3800, shannon@law.ufl.edu

Jack T. Sidener, Dr., University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law, 2515 Dole Street, Honolulu, HI 96822, (800) 956-3511, Fax: (808) 956-7778, sidener@hawaii.edu

Jack Sidener is Professor of Architecture and Campus Planner at the University of Hawaii. Currently the Manoa Campus of the University of Hawaii is nearing completion of an update of the Long Range Development Plan, with an emphasis upon sustainability and new learning facilities. Before coming to the University of Hawaii, Dr. Sidener was Professor of Architecture at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of California at Berkeley, University of Pennsylvania, and briefly at the University of Washington, in each case preparing campus plan and design studies. Parallel to his academic career, Dr. Sidener has been a planning consultant to Bechtel Corporation, the Port of Seattle, the City of San Jose, and the Puget Sound Council of Governments.

Michael Sletten, Seattle University, 901 12th Avenue, PO Box 222000, Seattle, WA 98122, sletten@seattleu.edu

Michael Sletten has served over 20 years in Campus Public Safety, of which 16 years are in his current position of managing the Seattle University Public Safety Department. Sletten completed his Bachelors Degree and two years of graduate work at Washington State University. Sletten has worked extensively in patrol, investigations, event & dignitary security protection, and security / fire systems design. Sletten is the basic academy coordinator for WACLEA (Western Association of Campus Law Enforcement), WA. State Crime Prevention Certified, a Public Safety trainer in Counter Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction, and trained in FEMA Disaster Response and Recover operations. Sletten serves on the Board of Seattle East Precinct Crime Prevention Coalition, a collective community outreach program for citizens, law enforcement, and community institutions striving to improve the health and safety of the local community.

Steven R. Smith, Dean, California Western School of Law, 225 Cedar Street, San Diego, CA 92101, (619) 525-1407, Fax: (619) 525-1408, www.cwsl.edu

Rayman Solomon, Dean, Rutgers University-Camden, School of Law, 217 North Fifth Street, Camden, NJ 08102, (856) 225-6191, Fax: (856) 225-6487, raysol@camlaw.rutgers.edu

Rayman L. Solomon became Dean and Professor of Law at Rutgers University School of Law-Camden on July 1, 1998. Prior to coming to Rutgers-Camden Dean Solomon was Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Curriculum at Northwestern University School of Law (1989-1998). Before that he was Associate Director and a Research Fellow at the American Bar Foundation (1980-1989). While there he was also the editor of the American Bar Foundation Research Journal (now Law & Social Inquiry). Dean Solomon graduated with a B.A. from Wesleyan University (1968) and has a J.D. (1976) and a Ph.D. (1986) in American Legal History from the University of Chicago. He served as Director of the Seventh Circuit History Project (1976-1978) and published A History of the United States Court of Appeals, 1891 - 1941 (Government Printing Office, 1981). Dean Solomon served as a law clerk to the Honorable George Edwards, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (1978-1979). He also was a Bigelow Fellow at the University of Chicago where he taught legal research and writing (1979-1980).Dean Solomon’s areas of research are the history of the American legal profession, the history of judicial ethics, and federal court history. He is co-editor of two books: In the Interest of Children: Advocacy, Law Reform and Public Policy and Lawyers' Ideals and Lawyers' Practices: Professionalism and The Transformation of the American Legal Profession. In the former he contributed 'Goss v. Lopez: The Principle of the Thing, ', and in the latter 'Five Crises or One: The Concept of Legal Professionalism, 1925-1960, ' Dean Solomon teaches American Legal History and Trusts and Estates.

Rutgers-Camden is currently building a 50, 000 square foot addition to its building as well as totally renovating its existing building.

Jan Stiglitz, Professor, California Western School of Law, 225 Cedar Street, San Diego, CA 92101, (619) 525-1697, Fax: (619) 615-1497, js@cwsl.edu

Rick Sundberg, Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, 159 South Jackson Street, Sixth Floor, Seattle, WA 98104, www.olsonsundberg.com

Rick Sundberg is a principal of the Seattle-based firm Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, and principal designer for Sullivan Hall School of Law at Seattle University. With nationally recognized projects including the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, he has helped to shape Seattle’s architecture through numerous building commissions and his former role as chair of the Seattle Design commission

Kellye Y. Testy, Dean, Seattle University, School of Law, 901 12th Avenue, PO Box 222000, Seattle, WA 98122, (206) 398-4309, Fax: (206) 398-4310, ktesty@seattleu.edu

Dean Testy initially joined the law faculty in 1992, after serving as a law clerk to the Honorable Jesse Eschbach of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Dean Testy earned her J.D. summa cum laude from Indiana University School of Law (1991), where she served as the Indiana Law Journal’s editor-in-chief, was a member of Order of the Coif, a John H. Edwards Fellow, and a Chancellor's Scholar. During law school, she also completed a joint program in women’s studies. Now a frequent lecturer nationally in the areas of business and commercial law, Dean Testy is a leading scholar in the area of corporate governance reform. She has published numerous articles and book chapters on corporate governance and other business law and economic justice issues. In addition to her teaching and writing activities, Dean Testy is also active as a consultant and expert witness on a variety of corporate and securities law matters, in both state and federal court. At Seattle University, she served as a Wismer Professor from 2001-03. In the law school, she co-founded the law school’s Access to Justice Institute, and founded both the Seattle Journal for Social Justice, and the Center on Corporations, Law & Society. Prior to being named Dean, she served as the Associate Dean for Academic Administration.

Edward T.M. Tsoi, FAIA, Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, One Brattle Square, P.O. Box 9114, Cambridge, MA 02238, www.tka-architects.com

A founding partner of Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, a 100-person architecture, interior design and planning firm in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Ed brings to the firm more than 30 years of professional experience that includes planning, architecture, and interior design. Ed is a strong leader of the process who develops a unique strategy for each project, facilitating the effective participation of clients and consultants, and ensuring the project's ultimate success.

Ed has led the architectural and interior design teams for a number of new construction, renovation and interiors projects for academic, research and development, healthcare, and corporate clients. He has extensive experience with academic clients, working for many prestigious institutions including Suffolk University Law School, University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, University of Illinois College of Law, Harvard Law School, Boston College, University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Clark University.

Joan Vorrasi, Director of Student Life & Special Events, The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 3600 John McCormack Road NE, Washington, DC 20064, vorrasi@law.edu

Ms. Vorrasi has been Director of Student Life and Special Events at the Columbus School of Law for twenty-five years and was a critical advisor to the law school building committee (1988 –1994). Her consulting focused on designing spaces that easily facilitate holding educational and social events at the law school, as well as on planning student spaces. Ms. Vorrasi is particularly familiar with the law building infrastructure necessary to support major and/or multiple events. She also served on the University’s building committee that was charged with planning the 104, 000 sq. ft. Pryzbyla student union building, which opened in 2003.

Carole Wedge, Shepley Bulfinch Richardson and Abbott, 40 Broad Street, Boston, MA 02109, (617) 423-1700, Fax: (617) 451-2420, cwedge@sbra.com

Carole C. Wedge, AIA LEED AP, is President and Principal of Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott (SBRA), an established national leader in architecture, planning and interior design based in Boston. She joined SBRA in 1986, was named a Principal in 2000, and has served on the Board of Directors for the past three years. A senior member of the firm’s Education Practice Group, Carole’s considerable expertise as a planner and programmer has focused on academic institutions where she has explored the convergence of learning, teaching and research environments, particularly in library and information technology centers. Her projects include the Tisch Library at Tufts University, the Kroch Library at Cornell University, the Baker/Berry Library at Dartmouth College and the Knapp Media and Technology Center for Learning and Creating at Wellesley College. She received her Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado and her Bachelor of Architecture from the Boston Architectural Center. Carole is an active member of the American Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries and the Society of College and University Planners and frequently lectures at professional conferences.

Jon H. Wiener, SRG Partnership, 621 SW Morrison, Portland, OR 97205, (503) 228-5617, Fax: (503) 273-8584, jwiener@srgpartnership.com

Jon Wiener received his masters of architecture from the University of Oregon and has been practicing since 1976. He is licensed in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Jon is a partner at SRG Partnership, a 62-person firm with offices in Portland and Seattle. His specialty is higher education, and he has worked with colleges and universities his entire career. A LEED-accredited professional, he has been designing sustainable buildings since 1998 and has received numerous awards for this work, including buildings for Willamette University Law School and Lewis and Clark Law School.

Robin E. Williams, Robin E. Williams Incorporated, 1280 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta, GA 30309, robin@rewinc.com

Consultant on integrated and programmatic recognition communication defines Best Practices for Facility-based Donor Recognition

Recent consultation and design/build services for Nova Southeastern Shepard-Broad Law School and consultation only with Law Schools at University of Florida and the University of South Carolina

Past speaker at various conferences, including the Association of Fundraising Professionals, CASE and Association of Healthcare Professionals, as well as at localized meetings for architectural and interior designers

Robin will set forth the most proactive and successful practices for aligning fundraisers’ efforts to motivate and thank donors, as proven by more than 20 years of experience developing effective Donor Recognition programs. Her work shows that applying traditional marketing paradigms can link recognition efforts, thereby increasing donor participation.

Andrew C. Yantis, Jr., Holder Construction Company, 3333 Riverwood Parkway, Suite 400, Atlanta, GA 30339, dyantis@holder.com

Drew has over 18 years experience providing Preconstruction and Construction Services with Holder Construction, focusing on Colleges and Universities. He is an active member of Holder’s Leadership Committee as well as its Sustainable Services Committee. He is a LEED accredited professional and has been actively involved in 5 LEED Certified Projects on University Campuses. In the past 12 years, Drew has provided leadership to project teams completing over $1 billion of successful projects. He received his BS in Building Construction from Auburn University in 1988 and is the past president of the Industry Advisory Council for the Department of Building Science at Auburn. He is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Council for the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction at Auburn University. He is also active in the Society for College and University Planning ( SCUP ) and the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers ( APPA ). Drew was a recent presenter on: “The Historic Restoration of Emory University's Candler Library” at the Southern Regional SCUP Conference in Tampa, Florida in November, 2005; “Fundamentals of Project Management for AV / Technology Vendors” at the National Infocom Conference in Atlanta, Georgia in June, 2004; “Project Delivery Methods” for Design & Construction Services at the “Architecture’s Impact on Quality of Life” conference held in Atlanta in May, 2004.

Maria Zawadzki, H2Z Design, LLC, PO Box 339, Harwinton, CT 6791, info@h2zdesign.com

Stephanie Zimmerman, Associate Director, Seattle University, School of Law, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122, zimmermans@seattleu.edu

Stephanie has pioneered and tested new media technologies for educational purposes for the last ten years. Her background overlaps the use of media driven technology in education and internet driven video for documentaries, higher education, public television, and commercial sports. She has experience in exploring the use of technology in innovative ways, then implementing those ideas by building control rooms, editing suits, theatrical settings, and classroom spaces for video production and live performance purposes. She has made significant contributions to Seattle University’s School of Law, Washington State Universities College of Veterinary Medicine, Real Networks’ Broadcast Operations Center, and Microsoft Research’s Netshow Services and its contributions to the Multi University Research Laboratory (MURL). She is also an avid juggler and fencer.