Timothy Gatton, Head of Reference Services and Law Library Professor
Education: B.A. Cornell College; J.D. Oklahoma City University School of Law; M.L.I.S. University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences
Background: Tim is a 2010 graduate of Oklahoma City University School of Law and completed his M.L.I.S. degree at the University of Pittsburgh in August 2011. While a student at Oklahoma City University, Tim was actively involved in many student organizations, wrote a cooking column for the student newspaper, and worked as a reference assistant at the law library. Tim is a member of the American Association of Law Libraries, Mid-America Association of Law Libraries (serving on the Bylaws Committee), Southwestern Association of Law Libraries, and the Dallas Association of Law Librarians. Tim was the chair of the AALL's Social Responsibilities Special Interest Section 2014 Book Drive. Tim team-teaches Texas Legal Research for Practice, teaches in the Advanced Legal Research class, and provides guest lectures in Legal Research and Writing as well as other classes as requested.
Sabrina Davis, Reference Librarian and Law Library Professor
Education: B.A. University of Texas; J.D. University of Arizona; M.A. in Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona.
Background: As a law library fellow at The University of Arizona, Sabrina provided research and reference services, assisted with collection development and cataloging, and conducted trainings for law students, faculty, and staff. Sabrina is currently the Associate Editor of Technical Services Law Librarian and is on the Board of Editors for Legal Reference Services Quarterly. Prior to obtaining her master’s degree, Sabrina practiced family law in Tucson, Arizona for three-and-a-half years and conducted research on court reforms in child abuse and neglect proceedings as part of The National Evaluation of the Court Improvement Program.