The Law Library is proud to welcome a new law librarian to its ranks. Christine brings enthusiasm, real-world legal experience, and previous law library experience to her role as a Reference Librarian. Christine attended law school at Penn State Dickinson School of Law, then started her own law firm in Vermont, specializing in nonprofit and employment law.

She relocated to Boston to transition to the library world, and worked at Northeastern University School of Law Library, and the Social Law Library. Christine is currently pursuing her MLIS from Simmons School of Library and Information Science, and will graduate next month. When not at the library or studying, Christine spends her time writing and performing original electronic music, riding her bike, and running long distances.

Christine’s main duties include teaching and coordinating MCLE classes, assisting patrons at the Information Desk, and working on the library’s research guides.

This hire is not in response to a positive surge in library funding, but serves to replace a long-time librarian who recently left the Law Library for the academic field. The Library still needs your assistance and support as its funding continues to decline – down 40% since 2009.