December 18, 2006
Carol Parker Joins Law Librarian Blog Editorial Board
I'm delighted to announce that Carol Parker has agreed to join the editorial board of Law Librarian Blog as a contributing editor. Carol is Law Library Director and Assistant Professor of Law at the University of New Mexico School of Law. Prior to joining UNM, Carol was Assistant Director at the Wayne State University Law Library. Before that, she served as the Head of Faculty & Public Services in the Law Library at the Michigan State University College of Law.
Carol teaches Wills and Trusts, and Advanced Legal Research at the UNM School of Law and previously has taught Legal Research, Writing and Advocacy at Michigan State University. Immediately after graduating from Wayne State University Law School, Carol clerked at the Michigan Court of Appeals. While at Wayne State University Law School, she served as an Assistant Editor of the Wayne Law Review.
Carol's current research interests include the impact of the open access movement on legal scholarly communication, a topic on which she presented at the 2005 CALI conference. Her forthcoming article, Institutional Repositories and the Principle of Open Access: Changing the Way We Think About Legal Scholarship, is featured in Law Librarian Blog today (see above).
I'm confident that you will enjoy Carol's contributions to Law Librarian Blog. Thanks Carol! [JH]
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