B.A., Smith College; M.Litt, Oxford; M.L.S., Columbia; J.D., Tulane
B.A. magna cum laude, Smith; M.Litt, St. Hugh’s College, Oxford; M.L.S, Columbia; J.D., Tulane. Marylin Johnson Raisch is the Librarian for International and Foreign Law at the Georgetown University Law Center library. She received her J.D. from Tulane University School of Law (1980) with work both in civil and common law courses as well as international law and Roman law. She holds degrees in English literature from Smith College (B.A. magna cum laude, 1973) and St. Hugh’s College, Oxford (M.Litt., 1978). She received her M.L.S. degree from Columbia University School of Library Service in 1988 and has worked as a law librarian for over fifteen years, ten of which were at Columbia University School of Law as International and Foreign Law Librarian. Marylin has edited (with Roberta I. Shaffer) the resulting volume of proceedings, Transnational Legal Transactions (Oceana, 1995) and is the author of several articles, reviews, and web guides on international and foreign legal research. Recent examples include “Codes and Hypertext: The Intertextuality of International and Comparative Law,” 35 Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 309 (2008) and the chapter “Shaping Electronic Collections in Foreign, Comparative, and International Law” in IALL International Handbook of Legal Information Management (2011) along with annual bibliographies for the Journal of International Economic Law.