Suzanne Corriell is the Associate Director for Reference, Research and Instructional Services in the Muse Law Library, where she manages the Law School's reference and research operations and oversees the Law Library's Special Collections and Federal Depository Library Program. She also teaches first-year legal research and a seminar in public policy research and drafting, and writes about information resources in a number of areas. Ms. Corriell is active with the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) and was selected as a Fellow for AALL's Leadership Academy in 2009. She served as president of the Virginia Association of Law Libraries in 2012-2013.
Staying Current on Family Law/Domestic Relations Research, Va. Law., Dec. 2013, at 15. [online]
The Tokyo Trial at Richmond: Digitizing the Sutton Collection, Va. Libr., Jan.-Feb.-March 2012, at 7. [online]
Saving Some Green: Free Resources on Environmental Law, Va. Law., June/July 2011, at 57. [online]
Your Retirement To-Do List: Enjoy Each Day, Va. Law., Apr. 2010, at 39. [online]
Book Review, 106 Law Libr. J. __ (forthcoming 2014) (reviewing Emily Finch and Stefan Fafinski's Employability Skills for Law Students (2014)).
Book Review, 103 Law Libr. J. 478 (2011) (reviewing Joan DelFattore's Knowledge in the Making (2010)).
Public Policy Research and Drafting