1. Where did you grow up?
Salt Lake City, UT
2. Why did you select law librarianship as a career?
I worked as a reference assistant during law school and my career headed that way soon after that.
3. When did you develop an interest in foreign, comparative, and international law?
I have always had an interest in history and the humanities, especially European. My interest in foreign, comparative, and international law grew out of that.
4. Who is your current employer? How long have you worked there?
My current employer is Brigham Young University, I have worked there for thirty years.
5. Do you speak any foreign languages?
I speak German.
6. What is your most significant professional achievement?
Teaching legal research at the Law School. I have loved teaching first year legal research as well as advanced legal research, federal tax research, and international research.
7. What is your biggest food weakness?
8. What song makes you want to get up and sing/dance?
“The Impossible Dream” from Man of La Mancha
9. What ability or skill do you most wish you had (that you don’t have already)?
I wish I were more creative.
10. Aside from the basic necessities, what is one thing you can’t go a day without?
Time to ponder. If I don’t/can’t take that time, my day just seems to fall apart.
11. Anything else you would like to share with us?
I find working with people in the FCIL-SIS one of the most fulfilling parts of my profession.