Associate Dean for Academic Technologies
Senior Lecturing Fellow
Wayne manages the department, helps out where appropriate, and provides pedagogical and technological support to faculty who are engaged in using, or wondering how they might use, the technology available to them.
Media Services Manager919-613-8537
In addition to his duties as manager for the Media Services team, Miguel is responsible for videotaping events at the law school and for the post production of recordings afterward. He is available to consult with law school groups on the intelligent design and development of video and audio materials, as well as on issues involving the presentation medium itself, whether tape, disk or Web.
Systems and User Services
Web Services Manager919-613-8557
Michael leads the Web Services team. He works with law school groups to plan and implement new websites; provides leadership on web design issues; and provides leadership for our web editing and designing operation. He is also responsible for determining needs and solutions using appropriate technologies. He functions as our lead for best practices and standards.
Web Applications Developer919-613-7279
Paul G. Brach is the primary web applications developer at Duke Law School. He spends his time working on projects specific to the Duke Law community, and its various web and database needs, on dedicated secure servers and on the primary law school website.
Paul often handles specific data needs - importing university data into database tables for further processing and availability. He also advises on web/database server configuration, version control, testing, and file system needs, including our primary content management system.
Paul started at Duke Law in 2009. He has a Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Clarkson University with additional research in imaging science at Rochester Institute of Technology. He has over 25 years of experience in software development including Nortel, IBM, American Express, and Cisco prior to employment with Duke University.
User Experience Developer919-613-7218
Madeeha works closely with our user base to maintain the Law School website by managing the queue of requests, providing editing access and training, and serving as front-line technical support.
She develops and supports websites in the Drupal and Wordpress content management systems, collaborates with the library to create a web presence for our student-run journals, and provides support and training for Sakai, a learning management system for courses, and for Qualtrics, a web-based survey tool.