Asst. Director of Research & Reference Services and Adjunct Professor of Law
- J.D., Northwestern University 2007
- M.S, Florida State University, College of Information, 2010
Alison Rosenberg is the Assistant Director for Research and Reference at Nova Southeastern University’s Panza Maurer Law Library where she has served in various roles since 2009. She teaches Advanced Legal Research Techniques at the Shepard Broad College of Law. She is an active member of the American Association of Law Libraries. She has served on several committees, presented at conferences, and was selected as a 2016 AALL Leadership Academy Fellow.
Prior to law school, she worked as a project assistant at the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis LLP in the antitrust & competition practice area in Chicago, Illinois. While in Chicago, she volunteered at animal adoption centers, including the Anti-Cruelty Society and PAWS Chicago. She earned her J.D. from Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law, where she completed a public interest practicum at the Lawyers’ Committee for Better Housing and was active as a board member in the student chapter of the Animal Legal Defense Fund. She was on the dean’s list and received a Certificate of Outstanding Commitment to Public Service for her volunteer work as a literacy mentor at Working in the Schools, which serves elementary students in Chicago Public Schools. She earned her Master of Science in Library and Information Studies at Florida State University’s College of Communication & Information where she received the Cecil P. Beach Scholarship and the Law Librarians Foundation Scholarship.
Her research areas of interest include law and social change, teaching and learning, legal research, librarianship, animal law, negotiation, human rights, and legal history.