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Resources for Law School Clinics

Library Support for Law School Clinics

Reference librarians in the D'Angelo Law Library are available to help support clinical faculty, staff, and students with their research needs. The librarians can assist clinics develop efficient research skills and techniques through: 

  • In-class or stand alone training sessions for students on specific topics or tools
  • Research training sessions for clinical staff and faculty
  • Individual meetings with staff and students to support specific research projects (see list below to determine your assigned clinic librarian)
  • Creation of an online research guide or handout for a course or project

Clinic Liaison Librarians

Abrams Environmental Law Clinic Thomas Drueke (
Civil Rights and Police Accountability Clinic Todd Ito (
Criminal and Juvenile Justice Project Thomas Drueke (
Employment Law Clinic Scott Vanderlin (
Exoneration Project Clinic Thomas Drueke (
Federal Criminal Justice Clinic Scott Vanderlin (
Housing Initiative Clinic Connie Fleischer (
IJ Clinic on Entrepreneurship Todd Ito (
Innovation Clinic Todd Ito (
Int'l. Human Rights Clinic  Lyonette Louis-Jacques (
Jenner & Block Supreme Court and Appellate Bill Schwesig (
Kirkland & Ellis Corporate Lab Bill Schwesig ( & Margaret Schilt (
Mental Health Advocacy Clinic Connie Fleischer (
Poverty and Housing Law Clinic Scott Vanderlin (
Prosecution and Defense Clinic Scott Vanderlin (
Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights Lyonette Louis-Jacques (