Information Services Librarian
B.A., University of Tennessee
J.D., Mercer University
M.I.S., University of Tennessee
Katherine Marsh is the Information Services Librarian at the Duncan School of Law, Lincoln Memorial University, where she oversees the public services department. Previously, in 2010-2011, she was the Faculty Services Librarian at the Duncan School of Law.
Professor Marsh earned her Juris Doctor from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. She received her Master of Information Science degree and her undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Tennessee. Prior to joining the Duncan School of Law, Professor Marsh was Assistant Professor and Reference Librarian at the University of Tennessee College of Law, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Professor Marsh currently teaches Lawyering Skills II (predictive writing). She has previously taught Lawyering Skills I (legal research) and Academic Success Program II. She has presented at LWI, SEAALL, and CALI.
Zen and the Art of Self Assessment: The Law Library’s Role in Creating and Conducting Assessment, SEAALL Annual Meeting (2013)
Legal Research Update (with Joshua Pluta), Legal Writing Institute One-Day Workshop(2011)
“Virtual Library: Breaking the Desk Chain” (with David Walker), CALI Conference for Law School Computing (2011)
“The New Model Library: Building an All-Digital Academic Library” (with Josh Pluta, Gordon Russell, and Ann Long), SEAALL Annual Meeting (2011)
Moderator: “GALILEO: Georgia’s Statewide Virtual Library”, SEAALL Annual Meeting(2009)
Cliff Jumping: Working for a non-ABA-accredited law school – why the reward is worth the risk (with Jordan Gilbertson), AALL Spectrum (2012)
Answering “Now What?” How to find and interview for your first law library job. (with Nathan Preuss), AALL Spectrum (2008)