Eugene Giudice MLIS ’07 named Fellow of Special Libraries Association
August 19, 2022
Eugene Giudice MLIS ’07 was recently named a fellow of the Special Libraries Association, a nonprofit global organization providing support and career development for information professionals. SLA fellows act as mentors to those who are entering the library profession.
Last year, Eugene received the Advocate of the Year Award from the Private Law Librarians and Information Professionals Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries. The annual award is given to a librarian who shows leadership and excellence in advocating for law libraries and law librarians.
Eugene is a law librarian, and his career has taken him to several law firms, including Schiff Hardin, Baker McKenzie, Latham, and Watkins. Currently, he is the Senior Research Services Training Specialist with Dentons US LLP in their Chicago office.
Eugene holds a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia University, an MBA from DePaul University, and a Master of Library and Information Sciences from Dominican University. He is an active member of the Special Libraries Association, the Chicago Association of Law Libraries, the American Association of Law Libraries, the Illinois Library Association, MENSA, and the Knights of Columbus, and is Librarian in Residence for the Italian American Veterans Museum in Stone Park, Illinois.
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