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  • Filippa Marullo Anzalone
    £¨2017 CAFFL Conference Planning Committee Co-Chairman, CAFFL Executive Board Member, & Moderator£© Filippa Marullo Anzalone has served as Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Library and Technology Services at Boston College Law School since August 2002. She has taught courses in advanced legal research, legal practice, and art law. Anzalone received an A.B. from Smith College, an M.S.L.S. from Simmons College Graduate School of Library Science, and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School. Over the course of her career, she has worked at Northeastern University School of Law, law firm libraries, and public libraries. Her interests include leadership, law library management, legal education, student formation, legal research, and art and cultural property law. Anzalone is active in a number of law and law library professional associations.
  • Billie Jo Kaufman
    £¨CAFLL Executive Board Member & Treasurer£© Billie Jo Kaufman serves as Associate Dean for Library & Information Resources at the Pence Law Library, Washington College of Law, and American University. Prior to joining the faculty at WCL, Kaufman was Director of the Law Library & Technology Center and Associate Professor of Law at Shepard Broad Law Center, Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where she held several positions within the library system from 1987-2003. Kaufman teaches and specializes in advanced legal research, cyberlaw, criminal procedure, legal research and writing, law librarianship, and legal education. She is a member of the ABA (where she currently serves on the Facilities and Program Committees), AALL, AALS (where she served on the Membership Review Committee), and CALI editorial board, a former president of the Law Librarian¡¯s Society of Washington, D.C., and vice president/president-elect of the Southeast Association of Law Schools. She also serves as vice president of the Law Library of Congress Friends¡¯ Board and as treasurer of CAFLL.
  • Evelyn Ma
    £¨CAFLL Executive Board Member & Moderator£©Evelyn Ma is Reference Librarian for Foreign and International Law and Lecturer of Legal Research at the Lillian Goldman Law Library at Yale Law School. Ma graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a B.A. in English and Comparative Literature. She received her M.L.S. from the State University of New York at Buffalo and her J.D. from Santa Clara University.
  • Ning Han
    £¨CAFLL 2015 Conference Program Committee Member and Speaker£© Ning Han is currently Technical Services Librarian and Assistant Professor at Concordia University School of Law, George R. White Law Library, Boise, Idaho. Prior to that, she served as Serials Librarian and Assistant Professor at Mississippi State University¡¯s Mitchell Memorial Libraries. She also has worked at the Law Library of Louisiana, and Louisiana State University¡¯s Paul M. Hebert Law Library, and Middleton Library as intern and graduate assistant, respectively. Prof. Han holds a LL.B. from China, a LL.M. and an M.L.I.S. from Louisiana State University School of Law and School of Library and Information Science.
  • Deng Zibin
    Deng Zibin, male, a native of Ling County, Shandong Province, China Work Experience Current position: Research Fellow, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Previous work experience: Police officer and lawyer Education: LLB and LLM, Law Faculty of People's Public Security University of China; Doctor of Laws, Law School of Peking University Main publications: Monograph China on Crosswalk, Beijing: Law Press China, 2013; Critique of Material Idea of Criminal Law in China, Beijing: Law Press China, 2009; Presumption in the Administration of Criminal Justice, Beijing: People's Public Security University of China Press, 2003 Translated Works Before the Law (by John J.Bonsignore), Beijing: Huaxia Publishing House, 2002; Rethinking Criminal Law (by George P. Fletcher), Beijing: Huaxia Publishing House, 2008 Edited Works Before the Gate of Law (originally written by Peter d'Errico), Beijing: Peking University Press, 2012 Articles Over a dozen articles published in such academic journals as Chinese Journal of Law, Chinese Legal Science, Law Science, and Dushu (Reading).
  • Liying Yu
    Liying Yu is the Director of Tsinghua Law School Library and also a professor of the Law School. She is the President of the Law Libraries and Legal Information Research Society of Beijing Law Society (2015-). Liying Yu received her Master degree in law from Renmin University of China (1989). She also studied legal information management in both Hong Kong University Law School (1999) and New York University Law Library (2001). Her publications include: Legal Research. 3rd edition, Peking University Press (2015) £»Textbook of Legal Research (co-editor).Tsinghua University Press (2008) £»Roaming the Virtual Law Library: A Guide to Online Sources for the Legal Researcher (co-editor).Law Press (2004) £»¡°Public Retrieval to the Judicial Decisions in PR China: from digital and Print Perspectives¡± (co-author). Law Science (2013)£»¡°Practical Exploration of Literature Guarantee for Teaching in Special Library¡±. Library Tribune (2013).
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