Phyllis C. Marion
Associate Dean for Library and Information Resources
J.D. William Mitchell College of Law
[magna cum laude]
M.A. University of Chicago [library science]
B.A. Michigan State University [cum laude]
A member of the faculty since 1995, Professor Marion was one of 200 alumnae of William Mitchell to be singled out in "Women of Law: 100 Years of Challenge and Change" for the distinction of opening the nation's first law library of the millennium at California Western School of Law. Active in local and national law library associations, she is currently a member of the American Association of Law Libraries Publications Committee and is a past president of the Minnesota Association of Law Libraries. She is also a member of the San Diego Association of Law Libraries Long-Range Planning Committee.
Marion was formerly the Associate Director and Head of Public Service at William Mitchell College of Law Library, Assistant Director for Bibliographic Control at William Mitchell, Assistant Director and Associate Professor at the University of Minnesota Law School Library, and was a law clerk in the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
- Problem Solving: An Annotated Bibliography (2d ed., August 2005).
- "California Western School of Law Creates 'The First Law Library of the New Millennium'," 5 AALL Spectrum 12 (May 2001).
- "Why Technical Services is Good Preparation for Being a Library Director: A Desktop Learning Opportunity," 5 AALL Spectrum 20 (May 2001).
- with Cecilia Kwan, "Cataloging and the Online Catalog," in Law Librarianship; a handbook for the Electronic Age 349 (1995).
"Problem Solving: An Annotated Bibliography"
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