Wisconsin State Law Library Appoints Amy Crowder as Next State Law Librarian

Photo fo Amy CrowderThe Wisconsin State Law Library recently announced the appointment of Amy Crowder as the Wisconsin State Law Librarian. Amy has been with the library since 1994 and most recently served as Deputy Law Librarian, a position she has held since 2012.

Amy has extensive professional experience in collection development and management, system administration of the library’s integrated library system, reference and research assistance, staff supervision, budgeting, and strategic planning. Amy’s educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in English and History and Master of Arts in Library and Information Studies from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She was recently awarded the 2019 Unsung Heroes award from the Wisconsin Law Journal.

Julie Tessmer Robinson will be retiring from the Wisconsin State Law Library after 38 years, having served the last eight years as the State Law Librarian.

We wish all the best to Amy as the new Wisconsin State Law Librarian and to Julie as she embarks on her next adventure.  Congratulations to you both!