Camilla Tubbs - UC Hastings College of the Law. San Francisco, CA, US

Camilla Tubbs Camilla Tubbs

Long-Term Contract Faculty and Associate Dean for Library and Technology | UC Hastings College of the Law

San Francisco, CA, US

Contacts: tubbsc@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4881 / Office 553-200

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Areas of Expertise (7)

Library Science Legal Librarianship Library Instruction Collection Development Information Literacy Library Research Digital Libraries

Accomplishments (2)

University of Washington, Notable Alumna Award

2012

Earl Borgeson Research in Law Librarianship Award

2005

Education (3)

University of Washington: M.L.I.S., Librarianship and Information Science 2005

Certificate in Law Librarianship

Marquette University Law School: J.D., Law 2004

University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point: M.A., Political Science 2001

Affiliations (3)

  • American Association of Law Libraries : Member
  • American Bar Association : Member
  • Wisconsin State Bar : Member (Inactive)

Event Appearances (15)

Promoting the Value of Technical Services at Budget Time

American Association of Law Library Annuual Meeting and Conference  Chicago, IL

2016-07-17

Cybersecuirty and You: Issues in Higher Education

Law Library Association of Maryland Legal Research Institute  Baltimore, MD

2016-04-08

Quality Digitization Projects on a Budget

Federal Depository Library Council Meeting and Conference  Washington, DC

2015-10-20

Quality Digitization Projects on a Budget

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference  Philadelphia, PA

2015-07-21

Transitioning to the Revised ABA Law School Accreditation Standards

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference  Philadelphia, PA

2015-07-21

Confronting the Future of Information Policy

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference  Philadelphia, PA

2015-07-20

The Once and Future Depository Library Program

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference  San Antonio, TX

2014-07-14

Gov. Docs Basics: Where There is no Such Thing as a Stupid Question

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference  San Antonio, TX

2014-07-14

Uniformity in Laws Published Online

inPractice Legal Conference  Hartford, CT

2012-05-03

Authentication of Digital Government Information—Why Does It Matter

Federal Depository Library Council Meeting and Conference  Washington, DC

2010-10-19

Public Access to the Law in the YaOogle Age

American Association of Law Library Annuual Meeting and Conference  Washington, DC

2009-07-28

Reaching Out of the Ivory Tower: Improving Legal Research Instruction in Law Schools

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference  Washington, DC

2009-07-27

Library 2.0 Symposium to Explore the Future of Digital Collections

Yale Information Society Project (ISP) Conference  New Haven, CT

2009-04-04

First Year Projects, Integrating the Cognitive Skills and Professional Formation Apprenticeships

Legal Education at the Crossroads Conference  Seattle, WA

2008-09-09

Explore the Secret Workings of the FISA Court

American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference  Portland, OR

2008-07-13

Selected Articles (3)

Ask a Director: The Impact of Big Data 20 AALL Spectrum 34

2016-07-01

How do you see information technology and big data influencing the law library profession in the next ten years?

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Morris L. Cohen: A Bibliography of His Works 104 Law Lib. J. 165

2012-05-01

Morris L. Cohen was one of the greatest bibliographers of our time. His work spans decades and documents centuries of legal material. However, Morris kept very modest and incomplete records of his own work. Compiling his bibliography required intense investigation within both print and electronic sources and uncovered various errors, omissions, and incomplete documentation.The compilation process gave the authors an even deeper appreciation of Morris’s accomplishment in publishing the Bibliography of Early American Law. As Morris knew all too well, any effort to compile a bibliography of someone so prolific is bound to have a few errors. The authors apologize in advance for these errors and hope we have avoided the most egregious ones. We have omitted translations of his works and presentations that did not result in transcribed speeches or collections. In some instances,we have only listed the first edition of Morris’s books. Please excuse us if in doing so we omitted coauthors who were instrumental in subsequent editions.

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Electronic research in state prisons Legal Reference Services Quarterly

2006

This article addresses the proliferation of electronic legal research in state prison law libraries as well as inmate access to justice post the Supreme Court's decision in Lewis v. Casey, which stalled state court-ordered prison library improvements. ...

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