Jenny Silbiger is the State Law Librarian and Access to Justice Coordinator for the Hawaiʻi State Judiciary. She serves as one of the Judiciary's liaisons to the Hawaiʻi Access to Justice Commission and also serves as co-chair of the Hawaiʻi State Bar Association's Committee on Delivering Legal Services to the Public (DLSP). She is currently serving as President of the Hawaiʻi Library Association (HLA), and she is also a member of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), recently serving as Chair of the Government Law Libraries-Special Interest Section. As a member of the Self Represented Litigation Network (SRLN) - Law Librarians Working group, she is contributing to an analysis of law librarian participation with Access to Justice Commissions across the country.
She has presented to national and regional audiences on the topics of library partnerships promoting access to justice, as well as legal information and resources for libraries and the public, and her writing has appeared online and in print sources such as the Hawaiʻi Bar Journal and the Hawaiʻi Review. Her edited book, Century of the Tiger: 100 Years of Korean Culture in America, was published by the University of Hawaiʻi Press in 2003 and received the Hawaiʻi Book Publishers Association's Ka Palapala Poʻokela Award for Excellence in Literature in 2004.
About Her Library
Hawai'i Supreme Court Law Library 417 S. King Street, Rm 119 Honolulu, HI 96813 Ph: 808-539-4965 Fax: 808-539-4974 http://histatelawlibrary.com