legal research, institutional repositories, international and foreign legal research, and information literacy
Honors and Awards
- Excellence in Marketing Award: Best Newsletter (for FCIL NEWSLETTER, American Association of Law Libraries, 2016)
- Spirit of the FCIL-SIS Award (AALL Foreign, Comparative, and International Law Special Interest Section, July 2013)
- Legal Writing II (Research module)
- Legal Writing I (Research module)
- Transnational Legal Research
- Research Methods in Law
|2004 ‐ 2007||JD, MLIS, Florida State University College of Law|
Contributions to Books (1)
Breakout Session: "Management of Repositories: Issues and Concerns" Law Repositories 2015: Shaping the Future (2015)
Round table discussions on repository management challenges and opportunities. The session will be coordinated by Georgia State University law librarians Kris Niedringhaus, Deborah Schander and Pam Brannon . Discussion topics include: Repository Staffing – The ...
Library Career Planning: Is Management Right for Everyone? American Association of Law Libraries (2015)
"You're a librarian? So you must want to run a library someday then, huh?" Most librarians hear this question often, both from colleagues and non-work acquaintances alike. It's a question that stems from the underlying ...
ALL-SIS Legal Research Roundtable (Coordinator) American Association of Law Libraries (2014)
Topics discussed included: Using the Principles and Standards for Legal Research Competency to Generate Learning Objectives; Instructional Design/Backward Design/Course Design; Assessment Tools to See if Students are Really Learning; Effectively Integrating Technology into Legal Research ...
Connecting the Dots: Improving User Experience Through Continuous Feedback and Action CALI (2014)
Understanding user needs and meeting those needs is critical to building services for your students. However, too often we talk about usability testing, analytics and other methods of assessing user needs without connecting them to ...
Prize Buckets, Pop Culture Shots, and Other Ways to Remind Students Legal Research is All Business Up Front and All Party Down the Back! (Poster Session) American Association of Law Libraries (2013)
From Suri Cruise to Carmen Sandiego, from Buckets of Buried Treasure to a CFR sheet cake, legal research does not have to be dry and boring! Discover a few tips to make your introductory and ...
You CAN Handle the Truth: Using Pop Culture to Teach Legal Research American Association of Law Libraries (2012)
I’m Just a Bill. Marcia Clark being schooled during the OJ trial for not Shepardizing. Pop culture is full of examples of legal research. Speakers will begin with a discussion of the pedagogical support for ...