Tutor profile: Teresa B.
Reference Librarian/Writing Instructor
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After a career as a practicing attorney and law professor, I became a reference librarian. I enjoy working one-on-one with students to help them improve their research skills. I also enjoy creating videos and research guides to make researching easier.
I have taught legal research and writing in a number of different law schools both online and in person. I have also taught advanced legal research for law students. In addition, I have experience teaching online writing workshops for fiction writers. In my capacity as a reference librarian I created and presented in person and video recorded research workshops for students and faculty.
University of Tennessee
Library and Information Science
1991 - 1992
University of Oregon
Juris Doctor (J.D.)
1980 - 1983
University of California - Los Angeles
1978 - 1980
Concordia University School of Law, Research and Instruction Librarian
2019 - 2020
Teaching duties include one law school course per year, providing library workshops and in-class research instruction for any course as requested by professors. Courses taught: Intensive Legal Writing, Legal Research and Writing I, Legal Research and Writing II. Library duties include providing legal research assistance to students and faculty; administering WESTLAW and LexisNexis access for the law school community; and supporting faculty and student users of the school's learning management systems, TWEN and Lexis Classroom.
Arizona Summit Law School, Director of the Library and Assistant Professor
2017 - 2018
Teaching duties include one upper division legal research and writing course each term, library workshops and in-class research instruction for any course as requested by professors. Library duties include providing legal research assistance to students and faculty, teaching research in classrooms as requested by faculty, planning and implementing the budget; supervising collection development; managing library staff of seven to ten student workers and two professional librarians; administering WESTLAW and LexisNexis access for the law school...
Arizona Summit Law School, Assistant Professor of Law
2012 - 2017
Taught first year and advanced legal research and writing courses, Advanced Legal Research, Intellectual Property, Civil Procedure, Torts, and Criminal Law. Mentored students, advising on curriculum, career, and study skills.
Kaplan University Concord School of Law, Instructor
2005 - 2013
Provided preliminary evaluation of student assignments, including detailed and instructive comments.
Gonzaga University School of Law, Visiting Professor
2011 - 2011
Responsibilities included: teaching Legal Research and Writing, creating problems in research, writing and analysis for two sections of first year students and one section of second year students.
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