FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LA Law Library
Marcia Koslov To Retire As Executive Director Of LA Law Library
October 17, 2012, Los Angeles, CA – LA Law Library today announced that Executive Director, Marcia J. Koslov, has decided to retire effective December 31, 2012.
LA Law Library’s Board of Trustees plans to address the search for a new Executive Director at its October 23rd meeting. Marcia will continue in her current capacity until the end of calendar year 2012.
“Marcia has brought a wealth of experience to her position and over the past seven and a half years, has expanded the Law Library’s influence,” said Susan Steinhauser, Esq., President, Board of Trustees at the LA Law Library. “During Marcia’s tenure, our collections and use of technology have been refined; the services we offer to the public and legal community have grown; and partnerships with public libraries, bar associations and the courts have been built. Most evident, the Law Library has been renovated, both inside and out, to meet the changing demands of the evolving library user.”
“As a result, the LA Law Library is well positioned for continued growth as a leader in providing access to legal information throughout Los Angeles County,” added Steinhauser. “We express our gratitude for Marcia’s years of service and wish her well in her retirement.”
Marcia Koslov was appointed to her current position in June 2005. Prior to joining LA Law Library, Marcia served as Deputy Director, University of Texas, Tarleton Law Library; State Law Librarian, Wisconsin State Law Library; and Librarian for the Missouri Supreme Court. She has dedicated her career to strengthening the relevance of law libraries to the legal community and expanding services to the public.
About the LA Law Library
Located in downtown Los Angeles, at 1st Street and Broadway, just steps away from both the Stanley Mosk Courthouse and Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Courthouse, LA Law Library is a global leader in providing state-of-the-art legal research and services. With nearly one million volume equivalents of Federal and State materials, a comprehensive California collection and one of the nation’s largest foreign and international law collections, LA Law Library is the second largest public law library in the United States. For additional information, visit www.lalawlibrary.org.
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