Associate Dean, Professor of Law, and Law Library Director
B.A., Brigham Young University
M.L.S., Brigham Young University
LL.B., University of Western Ontario
J.D., University of New Mexico
M.B.A., Lincoln Memorial University
Prior to joining LMU Law in 2009, Dean Gordon Russell was the founding Associate Dean for Library and Information Technology and Professor of Law at Charleston School of Law. For more than 10 years, he has taught legal research in offshore tax online for the International Off Shore Tax LL.M. program directed by William Byrnes.
Russell received his B.A. and M.L.S. from Brigham Young University, LL.B. from University of Western Ontario, J.D. from the University of New Mexico, and MBA from Lincoln Memorial University. He has served on a number of ABA Site Team Evaluations and is currently Chair of the AALL-Academic Law Libraries SIS CALI committee. He was a member of the AALL Academic Law Library Special Interest Section’s Task Force on the ABA Standards Review. As a member of the ABA Legal Education Law School Facilities Committee, Russell was involved in the planning of the ABA Bricks and Bytes Conference, March 2010 in Philadelphia and March 2012 in San Diego.
Ann Walsh Long
Information Services Librarian
B.A. Colorado College
M.S.L.S. Catholic University
J.D. Lincoln Memorial University, Duncan School of Law
Courses taught: Legal Research, Advanced Legal Research
Ann Walsh Long has more than 25 years of experience as a law librarian. During that time, she has worked in the governmental setting at the Environmental Protection Agency, the private sector at several large law firms, and the academic setting at the West Virginia University College of Law. She has written numerous articles and presented regionally and nationally on current trends in law libraries. She received her law degree from Duncan School of Law, her master’s degree in library science from the Catholic University of America, and her bachelor’s degree from Colorado College. Long received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Lawyering Skills I in 2010 and the AALL Spectrum Article of the Year Award in 2000. She was also featured in Law Librarian Blog’s Spotlight on Law Librarians in 2006.
Digital Resources Librarian
B.A. University of Tennessee
J.D. Mercer University
M.I.S. University of Tennessee
Courses taught: Legal Research, Legal Writing, Academic Success
Katherine Marsh has over a decade of experience working in academic law libraries. Prior to joining the Duncan School of Law (DSOL), Professor Marsh was Assistant Professor and Reference Librarian at the University of Tennessee College of Law. From 2010 to 2015, she was the Information Services Librarian at DSOL. She has presented at SEAALL, CALI, and LWI.