Director of the Library
Professor of Law
Associate Dean for Information Services
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
“Integrating Legal Research Skills into Substantive Courses,” Contribution to Teaching the Law School Curriculum at 362–364 (S. Friedland & G. Hess, eds., Carolina Academic Press, 2004) (with K. Gross).
“Models for Teaching Legal Research: Integrating Theory and Practice.” Chapter 4 in The Law Library 2004: Skills, Strategies Solutions, at 83–94. Practising Law Institute, 2004.
“Legal Research Strategies: A Teaching Outline.” Chapter 2 in The Law Library 2002: Skills, Strategies & Solutions for Today’s Challenging Legal Environment, at 25–44. Practising Law Institute, 2002.
LAW REVIEW AND OTHER SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
“Teaching with Technology: Is the Pedagogical Fulcrum Shifting?,” 53 New York Law School Review 903-915 (2008-2009)
ARTICLES, PRACTICE MATERIALS, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
"The Perils of the Spellchecker," 30 Law Lines 21 (Spring 2007).
Preface Contribution to Sexual Orientation and the Law: A Research Bibliography at xii-xiv (American Association of Law Libraries Publication Series No. 74, Standing Committee on Lesbian and Gay Issues) (Hein, 2006).
"Models for Teaching Legal Research: Integrating Theory and Practice," Chapter 4 in The Law Library 2004: Skills, Strategies & Solutions at 83-94 (Practising Law Institute, 2004).
"Legal Research Strategies: A Teaching Outline," Chapter 2 in The Law Library 2002: Skills, Strategies & Solutions for Today’s Challenging Legal Environment at 25-44 (Practising Law Institute, 2002).
Compiler, Faculty Publications: A Bibliography of Publications by the Full-Time Faculty of New York Law School. (Mendik Library, New York Law School, 1993 ).
“Possible Pro Bono Activities for Law Librarians.” 11 American Association of Law Libraries Social Responsibilities Newsletter 3 (June 2001).
“Taking the Lead in Pro Bono.” 11 American Association of Law Libraries Social Responsibilities Newsletter 1, 3 (March 2001).
“Foreword (Symposium: Chronicling a Movement: A Symposium to Recognize the Twentieth Anniversary of the Lesbian/Gay Law Notes, edited by Professor Arthur S. Leonard).” 17 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights i–ii (2000).
“From Page to Technology’s Virtual Stage.” 18 In Brief 16 (Spring/Summer 2000).
Contributor, “Bibliography on Sexual Orientation and the Law.” 86 Law Library Journal 1–103 (1994).
Editor, Contemporary Social Problems Newsletter. American Association of Law Libraries (1988–1991).
“Legal Interpreter Training: Curriculum and Materials.” International Language Bank, Portland, Oregon (1986).
“A Survey of Multicultural Teacher Education in Oregon Higher Education Institutions.” Metropolitan Human Relations Commission, Portland, Oregon (1983).
O: Library, L301.1
University of Nevada, B.S. 1976
Lewis & Clark College, Northwestern School of Law, J.D. 1981
Columbia, M.L.S. 1991.
Long-standing member of American Association of Law Libraries, with focuses on legal research and social responsibilities of the profession.