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Giudice named Special Libraries Association fellow

Chicago law librarian Eugene Giudice has been named a fellow of the Special Libraries Association. The designation reflects the work Giudice has done and will continue to do on behalf of the profession and the SLA. SLA fellows are expected to act as mentors to those entering the profession and offer their knowledge and wisdom in the governance of the SLA. The senior research services training specialist at the Chicago office of Dentons US LLP, Giudice is chair of the SLA Legal Community, has chaired the Workplace Emergency Preparedness Council, and has been a member of several task forces and …

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Giudice to sign copies of his pandemic-busting book

Eugene Giudice will be available to sign copies of “Reflections During a Pandemic: Thoughts While Sheltering in Place” from 6 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 3 at Wilwood Tavern, 6850 W. Touhy Ave., Niles; from 6 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 8 at City’s Edge, 5310 W. Devon Ave., Chicago; and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Dec. 12 at Edgebrook Coffee Shop, 6322 N. Central Ave., Chicago. The book contains a series of daily emails Giudice penned while riding out the pandemic at home. A senior research services training specialist with the Chicago office of Dentons US LLP, …

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Giudice writes his way through the pandemic

When it became apparent to Eugene Giudice that he and most of the country would be riding out the pandemic at home, he took it upon himself to pen daily reflections and distribute them via email to 300 friends, colleagues and acquaintances. A senior research services training specialist with the Chicago office of Dentons US LLP, Giudice was inspired to do so by a call from firm management “to find ways to stay connected with each other,” the veteran law librarian explains. Those emails have made their way into a self-published volume titled “Reflections During a Pandemic: Thoughts While Sheltering …

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Law librarian Eugene Giudice dubbed Advocate of the Year

Eugene Giudice has received the Advocate of the Year Award from the Private Law Librarians and Information Professionals Special Interest Section (PLLIP-SIS) of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). The award is given annually to a librarian who demonstrates leadership and excellence in advocating for law libraries and librarians. Giudice has hosted weekly Zoom coffee breaks with librarians around the world to keep the community connected during the pandemic. He was also praised for his “strong, contributing presence” on several AALL and PLLIP-SIS committees and for serving as a “catalyst and moderator” for continuing education webinars. Giudice is a …

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Renato Bacci to preside over veterans museum

Retired Army Col. Renato Bacci has been elected by the board of directors to helm the Italian American Veterans Museum. Joining him as officers are retired Navy Commander Joseph Troiani as first vice president, retired Army Maj. Lorenzo Fiorentino as second vice president, Army veteran Mark DiSanto third vice president, Steve Corbo as treasurer, Eugene Giudice as parliamentarian and Paul Basile as corporate secretary and executive vice president. The officers were installed by community leader Joanne Spata. During his 30-year military career, Bacci served as an infantry, armor, and civil affairs officer, with tours of duty in Bosnia, Croatia, Germany, …

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