Professor, Director of the Law Library
- University of Idaho, Bachelor of Arts in English
University of Washington, Master of Science in Library Science
University of Idaho, Juris Doctor
- Linda has two decades of law school library experience, including positions at Berkeley Law at University of California- Berkeley, University of Washington, University of Michigan, and Gonzaga University School of Law. She attended the University of Idaho where she received a B.A. in English; University of Washington, where she received a M.S. in Library Science; and, University of Idaho, where she received a JD. Linda is a member of the American Association of Law Libraries, American Bar Association, Association of American Law Schools, and more than a dozen additional library and law-related organizations. She has presented numerous papers on advanced legal research, critical thinking and legislative intent. She teaches advanced legal research.
- Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
Introduction to Dodge v. Ford Motor Co.: Primary Source and Commentary Material, 17 CHAPMAN LAW REVIEW 493 (2014).
Introduction to Special Issue: Determining Legislative Intent in State Courts, Selected Methods and Sources, 30 LEGAL REFERENCE SERVICES QUARTERLY 1 (2011).
Designing Advanced Legal Research Assignments to Encourage Critical Thinking and Creative Problem-Solving Skills, 19 PERSPECTIVES: TEACHING LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING 174 (Spring 2011).
Guest Editor for Special Issue: Determining Legislative Intent in State Courts, Selected Methods and Sources, 30 LEGAL REFERENCE SERVICES QUARTERLY (2011).