Librarian Nicholas Stump Presents on Critical Legal Research at the Global Meeting on Law & Society and AALL Annual Meeting

West Virginia University College of Law librarian Nicholas Stump recently spoke at two different conferences on the topic of critical legal research. On July 13, 2022, Mr. Stump presented at the Global Meeting on Law & Society. This event is hosted by the Law & Society Association approximately every five years.  Mr. Stump spoke on a panel titled "Sites of Authority and Contestation in Global Law and Political Economy", giving a talk titled "An Ecosocialist and Critical Legal Research Approach."

On July 18, 2022, Mr. Stump presented "Critical Legal Research: Theory and Practice" at the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting as part of a program titled "Critical Race Theory in Law Librarianship."  

Find more of Mr. Stump's scholarship on SSRN and his SelectedWorks scholarship profile.

A portrait photo of Nicholas Stump, a man with brown hair, wearing glasses, a blue shirt, and dark jacket.