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Reference, Research, and Instruction at the Barry Law Library

The Barry Law Library employs Reference Librarians who hold Juris Doctors in addition to Master's degrees in Library and Information Science.  They all have professor status as well, and they teach their own Advanced Legal Research classes and guest-lecture on research methods in other professors' classes.  

The best way to contact them with reference or research questions is to e-mail, a shared e-mail account that allows them all to receive messages. 

Barry Law students may also fill out a Personal Research Consultation (PERC) request form to request a session with a Reference Librarian.  

Whitney Curtis, MLS, JD
Associate Director and
Head of Public Services
Associate Professor of Law Library
Diana Botluk, MS, JD
Reference Librarian, 
Associate Professor of Law Library
Louis Rosen, MLS, JD
Reference Librarian, 
Associate Professor of Law Library
Jason Murray, MSLS, JD
Reference Librarian, 
Associate Professor of Law Library

Reference Librarians are typically available to meet with you, help with research, and answer your questions, Monday through Thursday, from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.  Reference Librarians are available on Fridays by appointment (PERC) only. 

We cannot give legal advice, but we can always guide you toward resources to answer your questions and hopefully solve your problems.

We are here to help you, so let us know if you have any questions at all.

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