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Law educator , Law librarian

Joan Sidney Howland, American Law librarian, law educator. Member American Library Association (chairman cultural diversity committee 1995-1997), American Association Law Libraries (chairman education committee 1987-1990, 95-97), American Association Law Schools (library technical committee since 1998), American Indian Library. Association (treasurer since 1992), American Law Institute.

Background

Howland, Joan Sidney was born on April 9, 1951 in Eureka, California, United States. Daughter of Robert Sidney and Ruth Mary Howland.

Education

Bachelor, University California, Davis, 1971. Master of Arts, University Texas, 1973. Master of Library Science, California State University, San Jose, 1975.

Juris Doctor, Santa Clara University, California, 1983. Master of Business Administration, University Minnesota, 1997.

Career

Associate librarian for public services Stanford University Law Library, California, 1975-1983, Harvard University Law Library, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1983-1986. Deputy director University California Law Library, Berkeley, 1986-1992. Director law library, Roger F. Noreen professor law University Minnesota School of Law, since 1992, associate dean information technical, since 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Questions and answers column editor Law Library. Journal, 1986-1991. Memt.

      Column editor Trends in Law Library. Management & Technology, 1987-1994.

Membership

Member American Library Association (chairman cultural diversity committee 1995-1997), American Association Law Libraries (chairman education committee 1987-1990, 95-97), American Association Law Schools (library technical committee since 1998), American Indian Library. Association (treasurer since 1992), American Law Institute.

Connections

father:
Robert Sidney

mother:
Ruth Mary Howland