1. Where did you grow up?
Newark, Delaware where I continue to live today.
2. Why did you select law librarianship as a career?
I have always enjoyed doing research and have several family members in the legal field so I applied to the law school library when I was looking for my first library job.
3. When did you develop an interest in foreign, comparative, and international law?
Part of the fun of being a law librarian is the breadth of topics you get to research. We have several faculty members who research and write on foreign and international law topics and their projects are always challenging and interesting to work on.
4. Who is your current employer? How long have you worked there?
6. What is your most significant professional achievement?
Helping to develop the curriculum for and teach legal research labs to our first year students has been very rewarding.
7. What is your biggest food weakness?
8. What song makes you want to get up and sing/dance?
9. What ability or skill do you most wish you had (that you don’t have already)?
The ability to sing well. I’m married to a musician so it would be nice if we could sing harmonies together but I cannot carry a tune to save my life.
10. Aside from the basic necessities, what is one thing you can’t go a day without?
11. Anything else you would like to share with us?
I really enjoy being a part of a profession that is so willing to help, teach and collaborate.