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Law librarianship, diversity issues, historical and current perspectives on civil rights, law and literature.
M.L., University of Washington, 1990; J.D., Washburn, 1989; B.M.E., Wichita State University, 1980.
Reference Librarian, Louisville 1990-94; Librarian, Kansas, 1994-95; Associate Law Library Director, Kansas 1995-97; Law Library Director and Associate Professor of Law, 1997-present.
American Association of Law Libraries; International Association of Law Libraries; Mid-America Association of Law Libraries; Kansas Bar Association; Indiana Bar Association; AALS Section on Libraries and Technology.