We’ve taught Advanced Legal Research at Stanford Law School since the fall of 2005. And, it has been a tremendous experience. This blog provides us with a space where we can share a bit of what we’ve learned. We also hope to have our students and fellow librarians contribute to this space.
Paul Lomio is library director and lecturer in law at Stanford Law School. He has a JD from Gonzaga Law School, an LLM from the University of Washington, and an MLIS from the Catholic University of America. He is the author (with Henrik Spang-Hanssen) of Legal Research Methods in the U.S. and Europe and he has a chapter in the new book How to Manage a Law School Library (Aspatore Books, 2008). He also likes to ride his bicycle.
Erika V. Wayne is deputy library director and lecturer in law at Stanford Law School. She has a JD from the University of Pennsylvania and an MS from the University of Illinois. In addition to advanced legal research, she has co-taught women’s legal history at the law school with the amazing Barbara Babcock. And, she’ll never turn down a good chocolate chip cookie.
George Wilson is a reference librarian and lecturer in law at Stanford Law School. He started working at the Stanford law library in late 2005, after having spent seven years in corporate law practice in Washington, DC and San Francisco, as well as around a decade as a researcher and administrator in various Stanford departments. He has a BA from the University of California-Berkeley, a JD from Georgetown University Law Center, and an MLIS from San Jose State University.
Sergio Stone is the Foreign, Comparative and International Law Librarian at Stanford Law School. He received his JD degree from NYU and MLIS degree from the University of Denver.