This is a list of the 2007 State of Washington Law Library employees and their job title and salaries. (2011, 15 multiple job employees (includes 0 duplicates) (2007, 14 employees) (2005, 12 employees) (2003, 16 employees) (2001, 16 employees) (1999, 15 employees) (1997, 17 employees) (1995, 15 employees)

The Library was originally a part of the State Library. In 1907, the State Law Library Committee was charged with appointing the State Law Librarian, who would also be the Deputy State Librarian. The State Law Library has occupied the Main Reading Room in the Temple of Justice since the building was opened in 1913. In 1958, under the Revised Code of Washington 27.20, the State Law Library was made a part of the Supreme Court. It serves employees of all three branches of state government and provides some services to local governments. It is also open to the public. With over 53,000 titles and over 340,000 volumes, the collection is one of the largest legal collections in the western United States. It is the only law library in the Pacific Northwest to have primary materials from all 50 states, including published official reports and statutes. The collection includes a comprehensive set of primary federal materials. The Library has one of the largest collections of legal periodicals published in English. The Library also has a full set of printed briefs for the Washington Reports, first and second series, and for the Washington Appellate Reports. In addition, it carries early Washington territorial laws and reports. The collection has copies of early Washington State codes and statutes.
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage

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The Washington State Office of Financial Management publishes state/college, name/jobtitle/salary information every 2 years. This information is from:

2007 State of Washington Law Library List of Employees, Job Title and Salary

ET is Employee Type: 6 is faculty, 7 is non-faculty, 1 is classified by state merit rules, 2 is exempt from state merit rules
PU is Pay Unit: M is monthly, H is hourly, C is contracted, D is daily,
MP is months paid
%FT is percent of full-time

Name                                 Job Title        ET-PU  MP       %FT    Salary
ANDERSON, NATHAN J         LIBRARY TECH                 2M    0       100      2712
BOELE, MEGAN ELIZABETH     LIBRARY CLERK                2M    0       100      2153
BOGUE-LATHAM, BERNIT       SR LIBRARY TECH              2M    0       100      3052
CATE, SHANI L              SR LIBRARY TECH              2M    0        50      1526
CODDINGTON, WENDY          SR LIBR TECH                 2M    0       100      2910
COMBS, ALYSSA M            FINANCIAL ANAL               2M    0       100      2979
DYER, SANDRA Y             ASSTLAWLIBRARIAN             2M    0       100      4760
GIBB, DAWN PAMELA          ASSTLAWLIBRARIAN             2M    0       100      4760
LAINE, JENNIFER M          SR LIBRARY TECH              2M    0       100      3052
MAIAVA, TONYA              LIBRARY AID                  2H    0       100      9.91
MCMAHON, HEATHER M         LIBRARY TECH                 2M    0       100      2712
NEWMAN, KAY E              LAW LIBRARIAN                2M    0       100      9222
ROE, TONIA MARIE           LIBRARY AID                  2H    0       100      9.91
WOLVERTON, JOANNA E        LIBRARY CLERK                2M    0       100      2468
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