Kathleen McLeod, associate dean for library and information services/associate professor of law
After nearly a decade as a law librarian for public services at Fordham University’s law school, Kathleen McLeod comes to Elon with a teaching background in advanced legal research, having also served there as an adjunct professor. She practiced law in Connecticut at two different firms in the 1980s, with emphasis on family law. She also was an adjunct faculty member at New York Law School, where she was also a librarian.
McLeod belongs to the American Association of Law Libraries and the Law Library Association of Greater New York. She recently published a book review of “Concise Introduction to EU Private International Law” by Michael Bogdan in the Law Library Journal.
McLeod graduated from the Washington University School of Law in 1982 and earned her master’s of library science from Southern Connecticut State University in 1990. She first studied history and library science as an undergraduate at Syracuse University.