Stacey L. Rowland

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  • J.D., Florida State University (2005)
  • M.S., History, Florida State University (2005)
  • M.I.S., Masters of Information Studies, Florida State University (2005)
  • B.A., History, University of Florida (1999)

Stacey Rowland came to the UNC Law Library in August of 2015 at the Rank of Associate Law Librarian with the role of Reference & Digital Communications Librarian. Professor Rowland's IT expertise led to the expansion of her role to embrace the many technology responsibilities within the Law Library.

Professor Rowland holds a J.D. and a Masters of Library and Information Sciences and a Masters in History from Florida State University. She also has a B.A. in History from the University of Florida. Professor Rowland held Law Clerk positions in the General Counsel’s Office of the Florida Department of Health and in the Division of Alcoholic Beverage and Tobacco of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

Before coming to UNC, Stacey was a Public Services Law Librarian for ten years at the University of Mississippi Law Library where she taught sections of legal research to 1Ls, developed the law library website, conducted computer network administration, hired and supervised computer lab assistants and Reference student assistants, served as liaison to large legal database providers, and provided reference services and faculty liaison services.

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