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Mark Williams

Vanderbilt University
Head of Collections Services, Massey Law Library
Mark Williams is the Head of Collections Services and Lecturer in Law for Vanderbilt Law School’s Massey Law Library.
Along with overseeing the law library’s collections services department Williams teaches courses in Advanced Legal Research in Business and Securities, Legal Practice Technology and the research portion of the Legal Writing and Research program.
Prior to joining Vanderbilt in 2017 Williams spent four years at Cornell Law Library, where he served as a digital resources and outreach librarian and taught first-year legal research. Williams also taught courses in Law Practice Technology, Advanced Legal Research in Intellectual Property, and Advanced Legal Research in Administrative Law. From January 2010 to January 2011, he was a regional director in charge of outreach and constituent services for Rep. Walt Minnick of Idaho’s first congressional district. After earning his law degree in 2008, he worked for two years as a reporter at the Moscow-Pullman Daily newspaper in Moscow, Idaho.
Williams has been a member of the American Association of Law Library’s since 2013 and currently serves as the chair of the Research Instruction &Patron Services Special Interest Section’s Teach-In Kit Committee.