Foreign and International Law Librarian & Lecturer in Law
Lyonette Louis-Jacques teaches foreign, comparative, and international law (FCIL) research, including the Public International Law Research Lab (2012) and the Advanced Legal Research: Foreign and International Law (2014) seminars. She provides a wide range of services related to research, teaching, and learning at the University.
- Law Library Instruction
Teaches seminars and lectures on foreign, comparative, and international legal research.
- Reference in General Law and Specialized Foreign, Comparative, and International Law Topics
Provides reference assistance through the Ask a Law Librarian service.
- Civil Law, Comparative Law, and International Law Collections
Serves as subject specialist for the civil law, comparative law, and international law collections.
- Clinical and International Programs
As liaison, provides instruction and reference assistance to the Kirkland & Ellis Corporate Lab, the International Human Rights Clinic, and the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights. Also provides specialized reference assistance to students participating in the International Immersion Program, the J.D. International Human Rights Summer Internship (Fellowship) Program, and other Law School international programs and groups, and in the University’s Pozen Family Center for Human Rights.
Ms. Louis-Jacques is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School (J.D. ’86), the University of Michigan School of Library Science (A.M.L.S. 1983), and the College of the University of Chicago (A.B. 1979).