Advanced Legal Research, Legal Research for Undergraduates
Megan Austin specializes in legal research and analysis, legal instruction and pedagogy. At the Jaqua Law Library, she is the law instruction librarian. She is also a member of the Undergraduate Advisory Committee and the Social Activism ARC Workgroup. Prior to coming to the University of Oregon, Megan was a Library Fellow at the University of Arizona College of Law, Cracchiolo Law Library and taught legal research and writing in the Master of Legal Studies and Undergraduate Law programs. Megan received her B.A. from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and her J.D. and M.A. from the University of Arizona.
“Online inclusive pedagogy: A call and response dialogue on digital storytelling,” 32(1) Education for Information 71 (2016) (contributing author).
“Designing and Teaching a Course in Legal Research and Writing for Master in Legal Studies Students,” 33 Legal Reference Services Q. 310 (2014).
“A Culture Divided by the United States-Mexico Border: The Tohono O’Odham Claim for Border Crossing Rights,” 8 Ariz. J. Int’l & Comp. L. 97 (1991).