|2005 - Present||Associate Dean, University of Oklahoma College of Law|
|Present||Director of the Law Library, University of Oklahoma College of Law|
|Present||Professor of Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law|
- Advanced Legal Research
- Legal Research, Writing, and Advocacy
Donald E. Pray Law Library
University of Oklahoma College of Law
300 Timberdell Road
Norman, OK 73019
Contributions to Books (4)
Articles and Essays (12)
Book Reviews (2)
Creating 21st Century Lawyers: Teaching Law Practice Technology MAALL, LLAW, MichALL, MALL, and CALL 2017 Joint Annual Meeting (2017)
New technologies have changed society in monumental ways, and the practice of law is no exception. These changes are creating new job opportunities for inventive law school graduates. To meet these changing needs students need ...
The Law Library as Technology Laboratory American Association of Law Libraries (2017)
The law library is to law librarians as the laboratories of the university are to chemists and physicists, the natural history museum is to zoologists, the garden is to botanists. The revised ABA Standard 601(a)(4) ...
The Linchpin Librarian: Becoming an Indispensable and Integrated Resource in Your Organization American Association of Law Libraries (2017)
In his book, Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?, author Seth Godin states: "Every day I meet people who have so much to give but have been bullied enough or frightened enough to hold it back. It's ...
Inside the Ivory Towers: Competitive Intelligence for Law Schools American Association of Law Libraries (2016)
The Great Recession prompted many changes in the legal profession. In law schools, declining applicant pools, shrinking budgets, curricular innovation, the rise of big data, evolving job markets, increased use of technology, and rapidly changing ...