Areas of Expertise
- Legal Research
Aaron Kirschenfeld joined the Carolina Law faculty in 2016 and serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Law and as the Digital Initiatives Librarian at the Kathrine R. Everett Law Library. His teaching and research interests include legal research and legal bibliography, with a focus on the assessment of legal information tools and platforms. Kirschenfeld is the author of articles on legal research and law librarianship, and his work has appeared in Law Library Journal and The Green Bag 2d. He is a co-author of Principles of Legal Research (3d, forthcoming 2020).
Kirschenfeld attended Carolina Law and the UNC School of Information and Library Science.
- J.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2015)
- M.S., Information Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2015)
- A.B., History, Duke University (2007)
PRINCIPLES OF LEGAL RESEARCH (with K. Olson & I. Mattson) (Hornbook Series), (West Academic, 3rd ed., 2020).
Improving Access to Notes and Comments in Digital Collections, ALL-SIS NEWSL., Winter 2019 at 8.