Pamela G. Smith
Assistant Law Librarian, Academic Technologies and Outreach, H. Laddie Montague Jr. Law Library
Pamela G. Smith is the Academic Technologies and Outreach, Assistant Law Librarian at Dickinson Law. In addition to her responsibilities in the Law Library, Smith teaches legal research in the first-year J.D. program and the Introduction to U.S. Legal Research course for LL.M. students. She also provides guest lectures in upper-level courses and teaches in the Practice Oriented Research Tips and Training (PORTT) Certificate program. Smith is an active member of the American Association of Law Libraries.
Prior to becoming a law librarian, Smith served as Assistant Counsel to the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board and Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Appeals Board. Smith earned her J.D. from Penn State Dickinson Law and a master's in Library Science from Clarion University.
Select Publications by Smith
“Free Speech on the World Wide Web: A Comparison between French and United States Policy with a Focus on UEJF v. Yahoo! Inc.,” 21 Penn St. Int’l L. Rev. 319.
Smith, P. G. (forthcoming May 2020). [Review of the book Legal Research Demystified: A Step-by Step Approach by Eric Voight]. Law Library Journal.
Smith, P. G. (2002). Free Speech on the World Wide Web: A Comparison between French and United States Policy with a Focus on UEJF v. Yahoo Inc. Penn State International Law Review, 21, 319-340.