Associate Dean and Professor of Law Timothy Coggins directs the Muse Law Library and manages the Law School's technology operations. He also teaches both first-year and advanced courses in legal research. Dean Coggins serves as the co-director of the Law School's John Marshall Scholars Program and is the program director for the school's foreign summer program in Cambridge, UK. His scholarship focuses on online legal resources, and has appeared in numerous venues. In 2011, Dean Coggins was inducted into the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Hall of Fame. In 2006, he received the Distinguished Alumni Award from his undergraduate institution, North Carolina Wesleyan College, and in 2005, he received the Virginia Library Association's Intellectual Freedom Award. In 2004, he received AALL's Frederick Hicks Award for outstanding service in academic law librarianship. Dean Coggins has served as chair or an active member of numerous AALL committees, and is the recipient of four AALL Presidential Certificates of Merit. He chairs the Law School's Self-Study Committee and serves as faculty advisor to the Law School's chapter of the American Constitution Society.
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