Reference Librarian & Adjunct Assistant Professor of Legal Research
2004, M.L.I.S., Kent State University
1995, J.D., Emory University
1991, B.A., Political Science and History, Rhodes College
Sarah joined the library faculty in October 2005 as a reference librarian. Sarah obtained her M.L.I.S. degree from Kent State University while working at the customer support department of LexisNexis in Dayton, Ohio. Prior to her employment at LexisNexis, Sarah practiced domestic and consumer bankruptcy law in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Book Review, 25 Legal Information Alert 10 (Nov. 2006) (reviewing CCH Antitrust and Trade Regulation Integrated Library, CCH Inc./Wolters Kluwer).
- Book Review, 25 Legal Information Alert 11 (Feb. 2006) (reviewing The Public Debate Over Controversial Supreme Court Decisions, Melvin I. Urofsky ed., 2006).
- Co-presenter, Evolving from Snoozing to Using: Increasing Student-Centered Learning Using Educational Technology (AALL Annual Mtg., Portland, Or., July 14, 2008).