Access & Research Services Librarian and Lecturer in Law
Margaret graduated with honors from Syracuse University with a Masters in Library and Information Science (M.L.I.S.). Prior to receiving her M.L.I.S., Margaret received a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Philosophy, Politics and Law from Binghamton University in 2008 and a J.D. from Cornell Law in 2011. Post law school Margaret worked in the non-profit sector for Habitat for Humanity as a Program Manager where she worked to track affordable housing legislation and develop communication plans for the organization. Her previous library experience includes designing a usability study for Binghamton University, developing library programming for public libraries, and working as a weekend Reference Librarian in the Cornell Law Library. Margaret is actively involved in the American Association of Law Libraries.