Faculty Services Librarian, Legal Information Center
Taryn Marks joined the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law’s Legal Information Center in 2014. She is currently a faculty services librarian and teaches legal research – a course focusing on teaching law students how to research statutory and case law on both a state and federal level. She has published several articles, with topics ranging from shifting legal education in China to governmental documents in the digital age. Her forthcoming book chapter “Using the Synergy of Millennials’ Activism and Librarians’ Radicalism to Create Libraries of the Future” in Millennial Leadership in Libraries is forthcoming in 2017. Marks earned both her J.D. degree and LL.M. in International Law from Duke University School of Law.
J.D., Duke University School of Law
LL.M., Duke University School of Law
M.L.S., University of Washington
B.A., University of Denver
- Judith M. Wright Fellow at University of Chicago Law School 2014
- Joined LIC as Assistant Librarian in 2014
- Southeastern Chapter American Association of Law Libraries
- American Association of Law Libraries
- Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section member
- Foreign, Comparative & International Law Special Interest Section member
- Government Documents Special Interest Section member
- This course introduces students to basic principles of researching statutory and case law at both federal and state levels. Students learn how to locate relevant statutes and case law using both electronic and print formats, including the use of indexes and secondary legal materials such as encyclopedias and treatises.