Lucinda Harrison-Cox currently serves as Associate Law Librarian. In this role, she is directly involved in working with students, faculty, and staff on research questions, instruction, and technology issues. She manages the library’s information systems, directs the activities of the Research and Access Services functions in the library, and assists in the general administration of the library. Prior to joining academia, Lucinda clerked for the United States Magistrate Judge in the District of Delaware and practiced law in Virginia. She was at the University of Richmond before becoming part of the Roger Williams School of Law Library team when the law school opened. She is a member of the Virginia State Bar and Delaware State Bar. An avid genealogist, she finds her legal research skills are a decided advantage when hunting for clues to long lost family connections. She also enjoys rug braiding and other crafts.
Virginia Circuit Court Opinions: Cumulative Index, Volumes 1-98 (Charlottesville, Va.: Lexis Law Publishing, 2018)
The Internet and Legal Research (Providence, R.I.: Rhode Island Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education, 1999) (with Nanette Kelley Balliot)
Research Guide to Environmental Law (Richmond, Va.: Law Library, T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond, 1988) (with Susan B. English and Steven D. Hinckley)
Book Review, Massachusetts Legal Research, Second Edition, by E. Joan Blum and Shaun B. Spencer, 109 Law Library Journal 685 (2017)
Mass Incarceration: An Annotated Bibliography, 21 Roger William University Law Review 471 (2016) (with Nicole P. Dyszlewski and Raquel Ortiz)
Book Review, A Revisionist History of Tort Law: From Holmesian Realism to Neoclassical Rationalism by Alan Calnan, 98 Law Library Journal 705 (2006).
Teaching Legal Research: Past and Present, 84 Law Library Journal 281 (1992) (with Joyce Manna Janto)