|June 2017 - Present||Associate Director for Public Services & Lecturer in Law, Vanderbilt University ‐ Law School|
|December 2015 - May 2017||Research Services Librarian & Lecturer in Law, Vanderbilt University ‐ Law School|
|August 2010 - November 2015||Coordinator of Digital Projects and Outreach, Georgia State University College of Law|
|November 2007 - July 2010||Reference and Electronic Services Librarian, University of La Verne College of Law|
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)
Library Consolidation: A Good Thing or Absorption into the Borg? SEALS 2018 (2018)
With the ongoing interest in cost-saving measures, several academic institutions are considering merging law school and main campus library services and this discussion addresses the issues and concerns over integration. The discussion examines existing case ...
Setting Priorities, Meeting Deadlines, and Managing Projects for Law Librarians American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting 2018 (2018)
Have you ever looked at your "To Do" list and thought, "I have back-to-back meetings this afternoon and three team projects due in the next couple weeks. I keep putting off writing that article, and, ...
Pretty Cunning, Don’t Ya Think? Strategies for Self-Directed Professional Development (Poster Session) American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting 2017 (2017)
Professional development is never the easiest thing to fit into a busy work schedule, and it’s only made harder when obstacles such as a lack of support or funding, ennui, and clashing goals get in ...
The Human Equation: What Star Trek Teaches Us About Leadership American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting 2017 (2017)
'Perhaps someday we will discover that space and time are simpler than the human equation," Captain Picard once said. Star Trek has given us 50 years of compelling storytelling, not just about space exploration but ...
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 ...