Debora A. Person
Administrative Law Librarian
B.A., Arizona State University (1981), summa cum laude
M.L.I.S., Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (1991)
By appointment or drop in any time.
A member of the law library staff since 1994, Deb supervises the library's technical and public services staff. As head of Public Services she is responsible for the library's interaction with library patrons, including those associated with the law school, the university, and the general public. She manages the library's reference office, monitors the library system, and teaches the first year legal research class for incoming law students.
She is a member of American Association of Law Libraries and various AALL Special Interest Sections, including Academic Law Libraries, Research Instruction and Patron Services, and Legal Information Services to the Public. She is a past member of AALL's Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section Executive Board and is a past president of WestPac, a regional chapter of AALL.
Publications: Wyoming State Documents: A Bibliography of State Publications and Related Materials. Government Documents, Special Interest Section, American Association of Law Libraries, 2006.
CALI Lesson: Wyoming Legal Research, CALI lesson, co-authored with Tawnya Plumb, Spring 2008
Presentations: Technology Tools in Law Practice, Albany County Bar Association, with Tim Kearley, Tawnya Plumb, Amy Pearce, and Edward Havugimana, Nov. 2012.