Student Library Advisory Committee (SLACers)
W&L Law Library SLACers
The W&L Law Library Student Library Advisory Committee (SLACers) is composed of current students from each class-year at the Law School. The group provides valuable input to the Library, serving as a sounding board for services, policies, programming, equipment, collection items, databases, and more.
SLACers get a preview of what's new or coming soon at the Library and have a voice in related discussions. SLACers are also informal ambassadors of the Library, promoting awareness of Library services and programs among the student body. SLACers also have their ears open for feedback about the Library from fellow students, and are encouraged to share ideas, thoughts, and concerns with the Library anytime.
The SLACers traditionally meet once or twice a semester with our professional librarians and Library staff members. Lunch or refreshments are typically served over a discussion about the Library, including things that SLACers and their classmates have suggestions or questions about, as well as topics that the Library staff want the SLACers to know about or advise us on.
The Library appreciates that students who become SLACers as 1Ls typically continue through their 2L and 3L years. For more information, please contact Andrew Christensen at ChristensenA@wlu.edu.
W&L Law Library Student Library Advisory Committee (SLACers), 2020-2021
- Class of 2021
- Jack Andrade
- Benji Borgesano
- Class of 2022
- Taylor Christensen
- Class of 2023
- John Coffron