Janet started at Loyola Law in 2015 after an internship at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Library. A graduate of Tulane University Law School, she is admitted to the Bar in Louisiana. She works with faculty and students and focuses on conducting research, teaching skills, and ensuring access to electronic resources. Her research interests are in foreign and comparative law with a focus in civil law systems, the UK, and the EU. Janet is active in the New Orleans Association of Law Librarians. Request a research consultation here.
- Immigration and Public Employment in "LGBTQ and the Law: An Annotated Bibliography" (forthcoming Fall 2017)
J.D., Tulane University; M.L.I.S., B.A. International Studies, Louisiana State University.
Advanced Legal Research; Skills Curriculum--Advanced Legal Research, Environmental Law Research
Areas of Expertise
Foreign, comparative and international law; Louisiana history and government documents; legal history; research instruction.