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In Honor of Regina L. Smith

Regina L. Smith, Executive Director of Jenkins Law Library for more than 36 years, officially retired last week. She imparted a little of her extensive knowledge to us at her retirement ceremony:

But Regina has left us much more in her published articles. We reread them recently -- they're available from our History page -- and realized (again) what a vital role she played in Jenkins' institutional memory.

We'll miss you, Regina. Enjoy your retirement!

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