Associate Professor and Head of Public Services, Joel A. Katz Law Library
B.A., 1987, Pomona College
J.D., 1990, Loyola Law School
M.I.S., 1998, University of Tennessee
- Location: Room 106
- Phone Number: 865-974-5906
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Courses Taught: Legal Research Legal Research II Advanced Legal Research
Professor Marshall teaches Legal Research I, Legal Research II, and Advanced Legal Research. She also provides reference and research assistance to all library patrons. As Head of Public Services, she is responsible for managing reference, circulation, interlibrary loan, research education, and other library matters directly affecting library patrons.
Prof. Marshall has developed and taught several attorney seminars on legal research and Internet legal resources. She has also spoken at local and national law librarian conferences on the topics of government documents, library staff management, and teaching online legal research skills. She has served as a member of the Access to Electronic Legal Information Committee and as a member of the Research and Scholarship Committee for the American Association of Law Libraries. She represents the College of Law at the University Graduate Council and chaired the Graduate Council’s Curriculum Committee for several years. Prof. Marshall was a litigation associate with the Seattle-based law firm of Perkins Coie from 1990 until 1996.
Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web. NBI Inc., 2013 (co-authored with Ann Long).
Tennessee Secondary Resources (CALI lesson, 2012).
“How to Search Like a Pro,” and “Finding Practice Tools,” in Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web. NBI Inc., 2008.
Tennessee Legal Research. Carolina Academic Press, 2007. (co-authored with Carol Parker).
State-by-State Report on the Authentication of Online Government Resources (American Association of Law Libraries, 2007) (Tennessee Reporter).
“How to Search Like a Pro,” in Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web. NBI, Inc., 2007.
“Government Internet Resources: Federal, State, and Local,” in Find it Free and Fast on the Net: Strategies for Legal Research on the Web. NBI Inc., 2006.
State by State Report on Permanent Public Access to Electronic Government Information. Chicago, Ill.: American Association of Law Libraries, 2003 (Tennessee State Author).