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About Lee Peoples

Professor Peoples’ research and scholarship is focused on comparative law and on the impact of technology on legal research, the judiciary, and the law. He has published articles, books, and book chapters on these topics. He is co-founding editor of the Legal Information and Technology eJournal on SSRN. He teaches advanced legal research classes and is a frequent lecturer in law school classes. Professor Peoples is active in professional organizations including the American Association of Law Libraries and Association of American Law Schools. He is vice president of the Mid-America Law Library Consortium.
He served as the Director of International Programs for the School of Law from 2007-2010. In that position he developed the innovative Certificate in American Law Program. Prior to his appointment as Law Library Director in 2010 he served as Associate Director, Associate Director for Faculty and Research Services, and Head of Reference Services. Before joining the faculty Professor Peoples practiced law in Oklahoma City. He is admitted to practice in the State of Oklahoma, Western District of Oklahoma, and Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Professor Peoples received his B.A., M.L.I.S., and J.D. degrees from the University of Oklahoma (semesters at Åarhus University, Denmark and Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands).

Positions

Present Frederick Charles Hicks Professor of Law & Law Library Director, Oklahoma City University School of Law
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Curriculum Vitae



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Honors and Awards

  • ALL-SIS Outstanding Article Award, Testing the Limits of WestlawNext, 31 LEGAL REFERENCE SERVICES QUARTERLY 125-49 (2012).
  • Outstanding Faculty Assistance Award, Oklahoma City University Law Review, 2010.
  • Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section Outstanding Service Award, 2007.
  • Recognition of Extraordinary Service as Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section Program Committee Chair, 2006.

Courses


Education

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January 2002December 2002 MLIS, University of Oklahoma School of Library and Information Studies
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January 2000June 2000 Aarhus University
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August 1997May 2000 Juris Doctor, University of Oklahoma College of Law
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August 1993May 1997 BA, university of oklahoma
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January 1996July 1996 University Utrecht
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Articles (23)

Books (3)