Courtney Selby, associate dean for information services, director of the law library and professor of law, presented on the topic “Supporting Faculty Scholarship: Meeting Articulated Needs and Identifying Opportunities for Support” on Jan. 6 at the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) 2019 Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
Her presentation was part of the panel “Supporting Scholarship to Build Bridges to Our Colleagues, Peers and Students,” a session of the Section on Law Libraries and Legal Information.
Also serving on the panel were speakers Femi Cadmus of Cornell Law School and Todd G.E. Melnick of Fordham University School of Law and moderator Janet Sinder of Brooklyn Law School.
View Associate Dean Selby’s presentation (PDF) on the AALS website.