Williams Room 207B
Barbara Monroe, the Collection Development Librarian, has been at Georgetown Law Library since 2001. Barbara really enjoys working with students, probably because she has never been without some university affiliation–she was born on the Howard University campus, grew up on the campus of Virginia State University, attended Fisk University in Nashville, got her J.D. at Washington and Lee University, served as Associate Registrar here at the Law Center for ten years, and, while with the Registrar's Office, received her Masters degree in Library Science from Catholic University. Barbara is adept at finding hard-to-locate sources, and loves book reviews. Like almost all librarians, Barbara loves to read (Jean Auel, Sue Grafton, John Grisham, Alex Haley, William Martin, Rosamunde Pilcher, and Alice Walker are among her favorites). She also loves jazz music, which anyone who visits her office will notice right away.