Head of Reference, Georgetown Law Library; Adjunct Professor of Law
Cattleya M. Concepcion
B.A., New York University; M.S., The Catholic University of America; J.D., George Mason
Cattleya M. Concepcion is the Head of Reference at the Georgetown Law Library and an Adjunct Professor of Law. Professor Concepcion earned her B.A., summa cum laude, from New York University. She holds a M.S. in library and information science from the Catholic University of America and a J.D., with honors, from George Mason University School of Law, where she was Senior Research Editor of the George Mason Law Review. Professor Concepcion joined Georgetown in 2016 as a Reference Librarian and became the Head of Reference in 2019. Prior to joining Georgetown, Professor Concepcion served as the Faculty and Web Services Librarian at the George Mason University Law Library and as an intern in the research department of the U.S. Supreme Court Library. She is a member of the bar of Virginia and an editor of the Green Bag Almanac & Reader.
Contributions to Law Reviews and Other Scholarly Journals
Cattleya M. Concepcion, Happy Birthday, My Dear Chief Justice: Three Letters from Samuel Blatchford to Morrison R. Waite, 10 J.L. (Almanac Excerpts) 221-230 (2020).
Cattleya M. Concepcion, The Case of the Library’s Disappearing Punched Card, inBaker Street Almanac 2019: An Annual Capsule of a Timeless Past & Future 277-285 (Ross E. Davies ed., Wash. D.C.: The Green Bag, Inc. 2019).