Prof. Professor Glen-Peter Ahlers has taught law for nearly 25 years, and for most of that time, also served as Library Director, or Associate Dean for Information Services, in charge of library and technology operations. He has been at Barry University for 10 years, where now he primarily teaches property and intellectual property courses, along with legal history, and law and literature. Professor Ahlers is a member of the Kansas and District of Columbia courts, and the United States Court of Military Appeals. Ahlers has written two books on the historyof law libraries, contributed to another on notary law, and has written and edited numerous articles, columns, and newsletters. Ahlers is a graduate of Washburn University School of Law, where he served as member and then editor of the Washburn Law Review. He remains active in American Bar Association and the Association of American Law Schools committees and sections related to legal education, and has taken part in over two dozen law school evaluations on behalf of the two organizations. While active in law librarianship, Ahlers served with distinction and held many national and regional leadership positions. He also served for many years as the Executive Director of Scribes, The American Society of Legal Writers, and edited its newsletter, The Scrivener.