I have always been particularly interested in the application of computer-mediated communication and social networking technologies among producers and consumers of legal information. My research interests focus on social media and social networking technologies, journalism and new media, and the interrelations among politics, social issues, and cyberspace. The courses I teach include Online Speech and Privacy, Electronic Discovery, and Professional Responsibility. I am a co-founder and blogger at Behavioral Legal Ethics, and I occasionally blog at Out of the Jungle, Legal Ethics Forum, and ClassCrits.
From 2000 to 2008 I was Director of the Law Library and Vice Dean for Legal Information Services. Prior to UB, I worked as Head of Computing Services at Saint Louis University School of Law, and Associate Director for Information and Technology at Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
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- Redefining Open Access for the Legal Information Market, 98 Law Libr. J. 619-637 (2006).
- Managing After a Disaster: Or, There and Back Again, 25 Legal Ref. Svcs. Q. 59-75 (2006).
- Out of the Jungle, AALL Spectrum 9, No. 5 (Feb. 2005), at 10.
- Librarians as Educators, AALL Spectrum 8, No. 9 (July 2004), at 20.
- Leaky Boundaries and the Decline of the Autonomous Law School Library, 96 Law Libr. J. 387-423 (2004).
- Survey on Law Library Reorganizing and Restructuring. 7 Briefs in Law Librarianship Series. Buffalo, NY: Hein, 2003.
- Creating an Information Commons, AALL Spectrum 7, No. 3 (May 2003), at 24-25.
- New Career Paths: From Computing Services to Library Director, AALL Spectrum 7, No. 3 (Nov. 2002), at 14.