About Taryn L. Rucinski
Research Specializations Include: environmental and cultural heritage law, grey literature, legal history, and New York law.
|2014 - Present||Branch Librarian, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ‐ Law Library|
|2012 - Present||Adjunct Professor of Library Science, St. John's University ‐ Department of Library & Information Science|
|2010 - Present||Adjunct Professor of Law, Pace University ‐ Law Library|
Environmental Legal Research, Grey Literature, Legal Research Education
Honors and Awards
- AALL Boulder Writing Conference 2014 & 2015
- Advanced Bankruptcy Research
- New York Legal Research
- Legal Research & Writing
- Introduction to Legal Research
- Advanced Environmental Legal Research
|2010 - 2012||MLIS, St. John's University - New York|
|2007 - 2010||JD, Pace Law School|
|1995 - 1999||BA, The College of New Jersey|
Branch Librarian, Southern District of New York Libraries
500 Pearl St., Rm. 940
New York, NY 10007
Book Chapters (1)
An Environmental Legal Practitioner's Guide to the EPA’s ...
St. John’s Univeristy Division of Library & Information Science Spring Symposium (2012)
This presentation will provide users with an annotated guide to EPA.gov, the EPA’s public internet portal. Issues discussed will include: ...
Environmental Crimes Legal Research Guide
ASTAR Judges’ Science School on Technologies for the Detection of Environmental Crimes (2011)
This guide is designed to assist judges with deciphering the scientific and technical data involved with most environmental criminal offenses. ...