Paul M George
Associate Dean for Curriculum Development and Biddle Law Library
Paul George is the director of the Biddle Law Library. He earned his law degree from Duke University School of Law. Prior to earning an M.S. in Library Science from the University of Illinois, George worked for several years as an attorney with the Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation. As a librarian, George has worked at the University of Southern California Law Library and at Harvard Law School Library, where he was Associate Librarian for Research Services. George has extensive experience in teaching legal research. He was the co-creator of an advanced legal research course at USC and was chiefly responsible for the increased research instruction at Harvard. At Penn Law, he works with both J.D. candidates and LL.M. students. He is also active in professional activities and has served on various committees and elected positions on the local and national level.
The Future Gate to Scholarly Legal Information, 9 AALL Spectrum (April 2005).
Introduction. Care and Maintenance of the Successful Career: How Experienced Law Librarians Make Their Work Rewarding, 93 L. LIBR. J. 535 (2001).
Co-author, Creating a Web-Based Staff Orientation Program, 5 AALL SPECTRUM 10 (February 2001).
Co-author, Introducing the AALL Uniform Citation Guide, 8 Persp.: TEACHING LEGAL RES. & WRITING 60 (2000).
Co-drafter, Universal Citation Guide, American Association of Law Library Committee on Citation Format, Wisconsin Bar Association. 1998.
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