Sarah Lamdan, Associate Law Library Professor, received her J.D. from the University of Kansas School of Law with a Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, a Master's Degree in Legal Information Management from Emporia State University's Graduate School of Library and Information Management, and a B.A. in English from the University of Kansas. She previously served as research librarian for several international law firms.
Her research interests include administrative law, environmental law, and environmental justice topics, especially those pertaining to information access issues. Her writing on the FOIA and information access has been published in the Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy and Government Information Quarterly. Her most recent article on the topic, “Sunshine for Sale: Environmental Contractors and the Freedom of Information Act,” will appear in the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law. Sarah also speaks and writes about social media issues and their impact attorneys and library professionals.