Wednesday, June 17, 2009

ASLH seeks Webmaster

The American Society for Legal History is looking for a webmaster. This is a volunteer position, and a great way to get involved in the most important legal history organization in the United States. Here are the details, circulated on H-Law:

As keeping the website up to date will be an even more critical job than it has been in the past, the president will appoint a webmaster,whose responsibility it will be to post all information to the website and to keep the website current. The webmaster will work under the supervision of the president-elect of the society.
While qualifications are not listed, I expect that the ASLH is looking for a tech-savvy legal historian who is a member of the organization. More details are here. Those interested should contact ASLH President Maeva Marcus.

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