The Center's librarians can assist Duquesne University faculty, staff, and students with general questions about using the Center's resources or with more in-depth consultations regarding research for a paper or other school-related project. The Center has a highly trained and experienced group of librarians. Three librarians hold a law degree in addition to an advanced degree in library or information science. All of the reference librarians have at least a decade of legal research experience as either academic librarians or as a practicing attorney, and two serve as Adjunct Professors at the Law School.
Duquesne-affiliated individuals should feel free to contact any of the librarians listed below.
Note: The Center's librarians can provide research guidance, but we cannot interpret the law or provide legal advice. Individuals who need assistance in analyzing a legal problem are advised to consult an attorney.