Professor of Legal Research
Instruction and Automation Librarian
Rosalie Sanderson has more than 30 years of experience as a librarian, mainly in institutions of higher education, but also in other organizations, such as law firm libraries and the World Bank. She came to New York Law School from Emory University, where she was associate director of the law library. Professor Sanderson has published and lectured on law library and legal research issues and has received numerous honors and awards for her contributions to the field.
In 1995 she was the first woman to receive the West Excellence in Academic Law Librarianship award, and she was elected chair of the Academic Law Libraries Section of the American Association of Law Libraries in 2001–2002. She teaches Legal Research: Practical Skills, and she co-teaches the Tax Research and Writing Seminar.
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University of Central Arkansas, B.S. 1971
University of Arkansas, M.A. 1973
University of California, Berkeley, M.L.S. 1975
University of Florida College of Law, J.D. 1986