During the spring and fall semesters of this year, we are highlighting our Personal Librarian program by featuring one of our Law Librarians.
The Personal Librarian program is another way that the GSU Law Library connects to students. In this program, students are paired with a Librarian, and through communications, they stay up to date on library services and ask questions that they may have during their time at the Georgia State University College of Law.
This month we are featuring Meg Butler, our Associate Director for Public Services. She has been at the GSU Law Library for 10 years!
The following is a little Q&A from Meg:
- What do you do? In the library, I am the Associate Director for Public Services, and that means that I work to make sure that the library is doing what it needs to do to fulfill the needs of our patrons–faculty, students, and citizens.
- Did you always want to be a librarian? Sometimes. When I was little, in elementary school, I “worked” in the library. And middle school. And high school. And somehow I didn’t manage to become a professional librarian until later.
- Favorite movie? This is a very difficult question to answer. I have enjoyed a bunch of serious movies. But the movies that I love to watch over and over again are Addams Family Values and The Pirate Movie. I like them because they make me laugh.
- Favorite legal resource? The Bluebook. Who doesn’t love something so easy to complain about?
- Favorite place in Atlanta? I enjoy working in my front yard. So maybe my front yard? I can chat with neighbors, enjoy the weather, and watch my kids ride bikes or scooters.
You can learn more things about Meg, like her favorite class and lunch spot near the law school, as well as about the personal librarian program at this link.