Bacilio Mendez II is a Master of Library & Information Science (MLIS)
little arrow 2013 National Lawyers Guild Legal Worker of the Year & Queer Caucus Co-Chair
little arrow named a National Lawyers Guild 2012 W. Haywood Burns Memorial Fellow for Social & Economic Justice, focusing on data visualization of public information
little arrow co-recipient of the 2011 SLA New York Mergent Outstanding Achievement Award
little arrow inducted to Beta Phi Mu - the Int'l Library & Information Studies Honor Society
little arrow served the Kings County Supreme Court, of the New York State Unified Court System, as the 2010 Nathan R. Sobel Law Library Fellow
little arrow awarded the 2004 Helen C. Ward Memorial Prize for Superior Work by an Oberlin College Theater & Dance Department Undergraduate Student
little arrow law & technology fellow for LeGaL - the LGBT Bar Assoc. of Greater New York
little arrow Diversity Chair of the Legal Division & NY Chapter of the Special Libraries Assoc.
little arrow technical services intern at the Dag Hammarskjöld Library of the United Nations
little arrow Public Services Division intern at the Law Library of Congress
little arrow graduate assistant to Dr. NeacşuLegal Research Methods & Law Literature
little arrow covered fashion and market news for JCK (Jewelers' Circular Keystone) Magazine
little arrow research assistant to Ann Cooper Albright on Traces of Light: Absence and Presence in the Work of Loïe Fuller as a Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Scholar
I'm a gay, first-generation, Puerto Rican, librarian-to-be. I grew up in Pennsylvania. I live in New York. I have a dog. I code. I eat too much. I sleep too little. I'm a lover and a fighter. Yeah … that's pretty much me.

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