Allison Reeve returned to the Wheat Law Library in 2011 as the Cataloging and Technical Services Librarian. She manages the acquisitions and technical services department, assesses special collections, oversees international law student services, contributes to faculty and student scholarly communications and serves as a faculty liaison. Reeve graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee in 2011 with a Master of Information and Library Studies and a Master of Foreign Language and Literature with a concentration in Spanish literature.
“Beyond a Warm Welcome: Finding and Meeting the Needs of International Law Students” at Mid-American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, Omaha, NE (October 2013).
“Overcoming Service Barriers: Effectively Meeting the Needs of International Law Students” poster presentation at American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX (July 2014).
Library services for international law students, Open Access publishing models and support, Library reorganization and administration.
M.L.I.S., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, 2011; M.A.F.L.L., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, 2011; B.A., University of Kansas, 2006.
Cataloging and Technical Services Librarian, Wheat Law Library, University of Kansas, 2011-present; Associate Lecturer, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Department of Spanish and Portuguese, 2010-2011; Cataloging Fieldworker, Golda Meir Library (UWM), 2010-2011; Reference Intern, Golda Meir Library (UWM), 2009-2010; Circulation and University Borrowing Assistant, Golda Meir Library (UWM), 2008-2009; Library Assistant, Wheat Law Library, KU, 2005-2008; Circulation Student Assistant, Wheat Law Library, 2002-2005.
American Library Association, 2005-2010, 2012-present; American Association of Law Libraries, 2012-present; Kansas Library Association, 2005-2008, 2012-present; Mid-America Association of Law Libraries, 2012-present; (Library School Liaison Committee, 2013-present, Public Relations Committee, 2013-present).