Rachel Jorgensen is a Reference Librarian at the Williams Law Library. Before coming to Georgetown, Professor Jorgensen was an academic reference librarian and professor, specializing in information literacy.

Professor Jorgensen earned her MSLS at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her JD from the David A. Clarke School of Law. She graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in American Studies and Art History.

Professor Jorgensen is active in the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. and in the American Association of Law Libraries. Professor Jorgensen’s research interests include the history of academic libraries.

Scholarship

Selected Contributions to Other Publications

Snapshots from the ShutdownLaw Libr. Lights, Spring 2020, at 1-4 (compiled by Andrea Muto with photo captions by Rachel Jorgensen).
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Rachel O. Jorgensen, It’s the Little Things that Count: Helping Your Students De-Stress During Finals, Law Libr. Lights, Summer 2019, at 19-20.
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Rachel Jorgensen, “Down Some Steps, Up Some Steps:” The 1910 Buying Trip of Margaret C. Klingelsmith, Librarian, Law Libr. Lights, Spring 2018, at 1-5.
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