Foreign and International Law Librarian
Amy Flick has been with the MacMillan Law Library since 1994 and is currently the Foreign and International Law Librarian. Prior to her current appointment, Amy was the Law Librarian for Research Services and Bibliographic Instruction. Before becoming a law librarian, Amy clerked for the Honorable Duross Fitzpatrick (U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia) and for the Honorable John T. Laney, III (U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Georgia), as well as practicing law in Atlanta. Amy frequently blogs about international legal research issues and is an active member in local, regional, national and international library associations. She currently manages the International Association of Law Librarians’ International Calendar and previously served on the Local Planning Committee for the International Association of Law Libraries’ 36th Annual Course on International Law and Legal Information held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA (October 2017).
Amy holds a JD from Duke University, a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of South Carolina, and a bachelor’s degree from Mercer University.
- Mastery of Statutory Legal Research (Fall 2018)
- International Legal Research (Fall 2016; Spring 2019)
- Foreign & Comparative Legal Research (Spring 2018)
- Foreign & International Legal Research (Spring 2013; Fall 2013; Fall 2014; Fall 2015)
- Bankruptcy Law Research (Spring 2016)
- Advanced Legal Research (2002 - 2012)