Archibald C. and Frances Fulk Rufty Research Professor of Law and Senior Associate Dean, Information ServicesPhone: 919-613-7115
Dick manages and administers the Duke Law School Information Services team, which includes the Law Library as well as the Academic Technologies department.
Assistant Dean, Library Services and Senior Lecturing FellowPhone: 919-613-7119
Melanie is responsible for the day-to-day management of the Library, including developing the collections of print and electronic resources, as well as personnel and facilities matters. Melanie also coordinates initiatives to collect and expose the faculty's scholarship.
Sue is responsible for the Library’s business operations, including payroll and human resources.
Shyama supervises operations of ordering, claiming and receiving all library materials, including electronic resources, and is responsible for monitoring the library budget and compiling statistical reports.
Kathleen performs tasks related to maintaining and updating the serials collection. She also serves as the troubleshooter for serial claims and other serials problems.
Tonya creates orders for library materials and downloads records for the online catalog. She also receives depository government document shipments and checks in treatise supplements.
Acquisitions/Serials Accounting SpecialistPhone: 919-613-7063
Marsha is responsible for paying invoices, and maintaining and reconciling financial records for library acquisitions funds. She is also responsible for receiving new acquisitions and solving delivery problems.
Sean is responsible for the development and maintenance of services to improve access to information resources, including the cataloging of library materials and the support of metadata services for the Law School scholarship repository and library website.
James assists the staff of the J. Michael Goodson Law Library with the organization and acquisition of library materials and resources. He is currently enrolled in the Master of Library Science program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Rachel manages and administers all aspects of the Collection Services Department, and provides supervision and coordination of borrower services including circulation, reserves, interlibrary loan, and collection management.
Francine is responsible for superseding and updating materials. She also maintains the government documents collection.
Andrea manages bindery operations and Aleph systems support.
Collection Services Associate, Circulation ManagerPhone: 919-613-7127
Tina manages all circulation functions, including overdues and hold requests. She is responsible for hiring and training student workers and resolving user problems with circulation functions. Tina also manages the faculty routing service.
Paul is responsible for maintaining the microforms collection, loose-leaf filing, processing of library material and collection maintenance projects.
Digital Initiatives LibrarianPhone: 919-613-8560
Hollie coordinates and develops the Law School Scholarship Repository and provides digital applications support for faculty scholarship/instruction and library service assessment. She also develops and manages digitization projects for the library.
Digital and Archival Initiatives AssociatePhone: 919-613-7122
Lee performs activities related to collection, organization, and display of Law School history materials and assists in development, management, and support of digital initiatives and projects.
Head, Reference Services and Senior Lecturing FellowPhone: 919-613-7198
Jennifer manages and administers all aspects of the Reference Services Department, including the service desk, first-year legal research instruction, and faculty services. She also provides reference assistance, teaches in the first-year and LL.M. legal research programs, and coordinates the library's web presence.
Reference Librarian and Senior Lecturing FellowPhone: 919-613-7113
Jane provides reference assistance and teaches in the first-year and LL.M. legal research programs. She also coordinates the library's Empirical Legal Research Program and Faculty Research Assistants.
Casandra (Cas) Laskowski joined the Goodson Law Library in December 2016. She received her J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law in 2015, and her M.L.I.S. from the University of Arizona in December 2016. She worked in both schools’ law libraries performing reference and technical services. She has a BA in Philosophy from Florida International University. Prior to pursuing her career as a law librarian, Cas worked as a geospatial analyst in the United States Army and served a fifteen-month tour of duty in Iraq.
Empirical Research Analyst and Lecturing FellowPhone: 919-613-7178
Ya provides support for empirical research to the Law School faculty, including consultation on coding schemes, location of data sets, analysis of existing data, or interpretation of statistics.
Foreign & International Law Reference Librarian and Lecturing FellowPhone: 919-613-7118
Lucie provides general and specialized foreign, comparative & international law reference assistance. She also teaches in the first-year and LL.M. legal research programs.
Reference Librarian and Senior Lecturing FellowPhone: 919-613-7164
- Laura provides reference assistance and teaches in the first-year legal research program. She also teaches an advanced course on business law research.
Reference Librarian and Lecturing FellowPhone: 919-613-7041
Wick provides reference assistance and research instruction. He also coordinates the library's New Titles current awareness service.