Jennifer Locke Davitt
Special Projects Librarian
Williams Room 205B
Before becoming the library’s Special Projects Librarian, Jen worked in the Library’s Faculty Services Department. She has also taught a number of classes at the Law Center, including Advanced Legal Research, Legal Research Skills for Practice and Introduction to Scholarly Note Writing.
She joined Georgetown in September 2004, shortly after graduating from the Law Librarianship program at the University of Washington. Before attending library school, she practiced corporate and securities law at a firm in Boston. Jen received her bachelor's degree in history from Middlebury College and her J.D. from Duke.
Publication List (2000–Present)
- Jennifer Locke Davitt, State Documents Bibliography: Washington, DC (Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries 2008). [BOOK]
Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals
- Jennifer Locke Davitt, 100 Law Libr. J. 759-760 (2008) (reviewing Bradin Cormack, A Power to Do Justice: Jurisdiction, English Literature, and the Rise of Common Law, 1509-1625 (2007)). [HEIN] [W]
- Jennifer Locke Davitt, 96 Law Libr. J. 753-755 (2004) (reviewing Mark E. Wojcik, Illinois Legal Research (2003)). [HEIN] [W]
Selected Contributions to Other Publications
- Jennifer Locke Davitt, 10 (Relatively) Effortless, High-Impact Ideas for Faculty Services Librarians, AALL Spectrum, April 2011, at 12-14. [WWW]
- Jennifer Locke Davitt, Legal Info. Alert, Apr. 2009, at 8 (reviewing Lawyers Guide to Formulas in Deal Documents (Carla J. Garrett et al. eds., 2008)). [W]
- Jennifer Locke Davitt, Research at the National Archives, Law Libr. Lights, Spring/Summer 2009, at 13-15. [HEIN] [WWW]