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Steven D. Hinckley
Associate Dean for Library and Information Services
Director of the Law Library
Professor of Law
Librarian (University Libraries)
J.D., University of Toledo
M.S.L.S., The Catholic University of America
B.S., Grand Valley State College
Dean Steven Hinckley has been involved in law librarianship on national and regional levels. He has taught courses on lawyering skills, legal research, and computer law. He has been a frequent speaker at library, technology, and legal professional programs on the subjects of law and technology, digital copyright, digital information licensing, the Patriot Act, Internet filtering, and online legal research, and has published a number of articles on information access policies and computers in legal education.
“Redefining Academic Law Library Excellence in a Technological Age: From Evolution to Revolution,” 17 Trends in L. Libr. Magmt. Tech. 45 (2007)
“Your Money or Your Speech: The Children's Internet Protection Act and the Congressional Assault on the First Amendment in Public Libraries,” 80 Wash. U. L. Q. 1025 (2002)