LA Law Library is pleased to welcome Sarah Sullivan, our new Global Law librarian, to our team. Sarah has a passionate interest in international issues and has been working in various aspects of the foreign, international and comparative legal (FCIL) world since graduating law school in 2005. She earned her Masters of Library and Information Sciences (MLIS) degree at San Jose State University and her Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
Sarah will be managing our extensive collection of global materials, including foreign, comparative, and international lawresources. She looks forward to maintaining our vast collection of pivotal primary and secondary sources from nearly every country in the world, regularly updating our print and electronic resources in response to international events and making all of these remarkable resources freely accessible to the public.
If you have questions regarding global issues – whether related to export businesses, cross-border litigation, international family-law questions, international treaties or other global matters – Sarah looks forward to assisting. Sarah is committed to sharing our global law resources widely and plans to teach a variety of interactive, global legal research classes designed to empower legal professionals and the general public to access foreign and international legal materials themselves. She will also be available to help with individual legal research queries and to train patrons on the use of global legal research databases.
We anticipate that Sarah will be a tremendous asset to the LA Law Library team and a friendly and helpful resource for you in tackling any global law questions you may have.Last modified on Monday, 06 February 2017 10:00