Prior to joining Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law on March 1, 2009 as Associate Dean, Professor of Law and Director of the Law Library, Gordon Russell was the founding Associate Dean for Library and Information Technology and Professor of Law at Charleston School of Law. He has taught first-year Legal Research and Writing, Interviewing, Negotiation and Counseling, Advanced Electronic Research, Advanced Legal Research and Legal Research Boot Camp. For the last 10 years he has taught legal research in offshore tax online for the International Off Shore Tax LL.M. program currently offered at Thomas Jefferson Law School in San Diego. Mr. Russell received his B.A. degree from Brigham Young University, M.L.S. from Brigham Young University, LL.B. from University of Western Ontario and J.D. degree from the University of New Mexico. Mr. Russell was the keynote presenter at the American Association of Law Libraries Pre Conference Workshop in Philadelphia on Tired of Herding Cats? Re-image Your Law Library with ERM Best Practices in July, 2011. Mr. Russell was a member of the AALL Academic Law Library Special Interest Section’s Task Force on the ABA Standards Review. The Recommendations for ABA Standards Revision Relating to Academic Law Libraries can be found at http://www.abanet.org/legaled/committees/comstandards.html. Mr. Russell as a member of the ABA Legal Education Law School Facilities Committee was involved in the planning of the ABA Bricks and Bytes Conference, March 10-12, 2010 in Philadelphia and the conference in San Diego, March 11-13 2012.
Building a Library in the Digital Age or How Much Print is Enough? , Southeastern Association of Law Libraries (2006)
Implementing Virtual Reference: Hollywood Technology in Real Life (with Ray Balleste), Computers in Libraries (2003)
Tired of Herding Cats? Re-image Your Law Library with ERM Best Practices, AALL Pre Conference on ERM (2011)
Keynote Address: Tired of Herding Cats? Re-image Your Law Library with ERM Best Practices.
Collaborative Experience: Cataloging Projects with Cassidy Cataloging (with Paula Tejeda and Joni L. Cassidy), The Criv Sheet: The Newsletter of the Committee on Relations with Information Vendors (2010)
Blogs, Working Papers, Electronic Publishing: Will Changes in Legal Scholarship Afffect the Future Developments of Library Collections?, American Association of Law Libraries (2007)
What to Count, What to Report: The Revised ABA Annual Questionnaire, American Association of Law Libraries Conference. (2007)
Reengineering the Law Library Resources Today For Tomorrow’s Users: A Response to ‘How Much of Your Print Collection Is Really on WESTLAW and LEXIS-NEXIS?’, Legal Reference Services Quarterly (2002)
Electronic Books - Acquisition, Access, Bibliographic Control and Use, Mid-Aerican Association of Law Libraries (2006)
The ABA Section on Legal Education Revisions of the Law Library Standards: What Does It All Mean?, SSRN (2014)
The ABA Council on Legal Education approved for Notice and Comment proposed changes that impact...
Library Unbound: The Convergence of E-books, Electronic Access and New ABA Library Standards are Transforming the Law Library, CALI Conference 2011 (2011)
Reinventing Technical Services in the Digital Age, Southeastern Asssociation of the American Association of Law Libraries (2007)
A Pathfinder on the Admissibility of Forensic DNA Evidence in Criminal Cases, Legal Reference Services Quarterly (1994)
The Digital Law Library and Virtual Reference, OCLC Virtual Reference Conference (2003)
Experiencing the Virtual Reference Desk, CALI Conference (2003)
Virtual Support Centeres: Redefining Academic Legal Reference - Meeting the Challlenge of Supporting an Online LL.M. Program. Integrating Asynchronous and Synchronous Learning Components With a Commercial Online Writing Lab (Smarthinking.com, 17th Annual BILETA Conference (2002)
Capturing Key Evidence Through Electronic Discovery in Florida, NBI Seminar (2002)
Integrating Real-time Feedback in the Classroom with New Technology (with Syd Beckman), Charleston Connections Conference (2007)
The presentation will discuss effective use of wireless rsponse units ('clickers') and their functional integration...
The Internet Revolution: Savvy Research Strategies for Paralegals (with Rachel Fisher, Russell Altman, and Douglas Lineberty), Institue of Paralegal Education (2007)
Technology and the Law
Integrating Feedback: Creating a Response Oasis in an IT Mirage (with Sydney Aaron Beckman), CALI - The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (2007)
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Integrating Advanced Legal Research into Upper-level Seminar Courses., Institute for Law School Teaching 13th Summer Conference (2007)
Law Library Collection Development in the Digital Age (with Michael G. Chiorazzi) (2003)
While the digital revolution has touched every aspect of law librarianship, perhaps nowhere has the...