- MLISUniversity of Washington8
- JDOhio State University5
- BBAEastern Michigan University2
Amanda Runyon joins Penn Law with a wealth of strategic and operational experience in law librarianship. Runyon comes to Penn after serving as the Head of Public Services at the University of Michigan Law School.
Prior to that role, she was a Reference Librarian both at Michigan and at Tarlton Law Library at the University of Texas, and worked in the in-house legal department of the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services. Amanda holds her Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Washington, her JD from the Ohio State Moritz College of Law, and her BBA from Eastern Michigan University. Amanda’s teaching focuses on transactional legal research skills, technology, and ethics.