Law Librarianship Program Director Richard Jost formerly served as the Information Systems Coordinator (2008-2016) and as the Assistant Librarian for Technical Services (1992 – 2008) at the UW Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library. He has taught LIS 587, Library Technology Systems, since 2000 for the Information School MLIS Program.   He holds an MLIS from the University of Denver (1985), an MA in International Studies from the American University (1980), and a BA in History from SUNY at Cortland (1976). He is active in local, regional and national law library associations as well as the author of “Selecting and Implementing an Integrated Library System: The most important decision you will ever make” (Chandos Publishing, 2016)