Curriculum Vitae

Last updated December 1, 2017

Positions

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana

Research and Instructional Services Librarian (Assistant Librarian rank)

December 2012-present

  • Assist faculty, students, and public patrons with legal research and accessing library resources.
  • Teach legal research courses.
  • Participate in collection development and coordinate evaluation of digital resources.
  • Serve as liaison to ten professors, two moot court teams, and three law journals.
  • Perma registrar
  • Acknowledged as providing research assistance for:
  1. Shaver, L. (2014). Copyright and Inequality. Washington University Law Review 92(1), 117-168.
  2. Shaver, L. (2015). The Right to ReadColumbia Journal of Transnational Law 54(1), 1-58.
  3. Ryznar, M. (2017). In-kind Child SupportJournal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers 29(2), 351-376.
  • Compile and maintain research guides:
  1. Guide for IU McKinney Law Journals

William & Mary Law School, Williamsburg, Virginia

Reference Librarian and Adjunct Professor of Law

August 2010-December 2012

  • Assisted faculty, students, and public patrons with legal research and accessing library resources.
  • Taught first-year and upper-level legal research courses.
  • Served as liaison to eight professors, two legal writing instructors, five student-edited law journals, and the Office of Career Services.
  • Participated in collection development.
  • Acknowledged as providing research assistance for:
  1. Solomon, J. M. (2011). Civil recourse as social equality. Florida State University Law Review 39(1), 243-272.
  2. Solomon, J. M. (2012). The political puzzle of the civil jury. Emory Law Journal 61(6), 1331-1395.
  3. Larsen, A. O. (2012). Confronting Supreme Court fact finding. Virginia Law Review 98(6), 1255-1312.
  4. Larsen, A. O. (2013). Factual Precedents. University of Pennsylvania Law Review 162(1), 59-115.
  5. Solomon, J. M. (2014). Juries, Social Norms, and Civil JusticeAlabama Law Review 65(5), 1125-1203.

Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington, Indiana

Graduate Student Assistant

July 2009-June 2010

  • Obtained copyright permissions for dissertations and articles added to IUScholarWorks Repository, Indiana University’s institutional repository, powered by DSpace.
  • Uploaded and added Dublin Core metadata for dissertations and articles.
  • Drafted portions of library’s copyright website.

Office of the Indiana Attorney General, Indianapolis, Indiana

Law Clerk

January 2008-July 2008

 

Teaching

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana

Legal Research (required for 1Ls) (Fall 2016-Spring 2018)

  • Instructor of record for 3 sections of approximately 18 students each
  • Secondary sources, cases, statutes, administrative materials, legislative history, practitioner tools

Advanced Legal Research (Spring 2016)

  • Public records access, Public international law, arbitration

Legal Research (required for 2Ls) (Spring 2013-Spring 2017)

  • Secondary sources, cases, statutes, regulations, legislative history
  • Instructor of record: Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Summer 2015, Summer 2016

Legal Communication and Analysis (previously Legal Analysis, Research and Communication) (Fall 2013-Fall 2017)

  • Sessions for 1Ls on federal materials, secondary sources, statutes, and cases

 

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, School of Informatics and Computing, Department of Library and Information Science

Law Librarianship (Spring 2016, Spring 2018)

  • U.S. primary and secondary sources, research process, collection development, academic libraries, government libraries, private libraries, issues facing the profession

 

William & Mary Law School, Williamsburg, Virginia

Legal Practice (previously Legal Skills) (required for 1Ls) (Spring 2011-Fall 2012)

  • Treatises, practice aids, journals, cases, and statutes, including demonstrations of print and online resources

Advanced Research I (elective open to upper-level students) (Fall 2010-Fall 2012)

  • Secondary legal resources, federal and state statutes, legislative history, and federal and state administrative regulations

Advanced Research II (elective open to upper-level students) (Fall 2010-Fall 2012)

  • Business and non-legal resources, and treaties

 

Education     

Master of Library Science, Indiana University School of Library & Information Science, Bloomington, Indiana, 2010.

Doctor of Jurisprudence, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Bloomington, Indiana, 2009.

Bachelor of Arts (Political Science and Philosophy), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2006

Copyright for Educators & Librarians, Coursera non-credit course, Verified Certificate with Distinction, August 23, 2014.

Copyright for Multimedia, Coursera non-credit course, Verified Certificate, April 26, 2016.

 

Service           

American Association of Law Libraries

  1. Chair (July 2017-July 2018)
  2. Vice Chair (July 2016-July 2017)
  1. Chair (July 2013-July 2014)
  2. Vice Chair (July 2012-July 2013)
  • Co-editor, “Keeping Up with New Legal Titles” book review column, Law Library Journal  (January 2013-present)
  1. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2013). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal, 105(1), 99-110.
  2. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2013). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal, 105(2), 231-241.
  3. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2013). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal, 105(3), 369-384.
  4. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2013). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal, 105(4), 539-560.
  5. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2014). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal106(1), 101-124.
  6. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2014). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal106(2), 237-256.
  7. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2014). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal, 106(3), 445-471.
  8. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2014). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal, 106(4), 593-624.
  9. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2015). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal, 107(1), 129-152.
  10. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2015). Keeping up with new legal titles. Law Library Journal, 107(2), 279-318.
  11. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2015). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal, 107(3), 441-466.
  12. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2015). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal, 107(4), 579-603.
  13. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2016). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal108(1), 119-139.
  14. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2016). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal, 108(2), 279-312.
  15. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2016). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal, 108(3), 449-481.
  16. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2016). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal, 108(4), 655-690.
  17. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2016). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal, 109(1), 143-168.
  18. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2016). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal, 109(2), 317-346.
  19. Keele, B. J. & Sexton, N. (2016). Keeping up with new legal titlesLaw Library Journal, 109(3), 479-486.

AALL Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section

  • Newsletter Committee (July 2014-present), Column: “Law Libraries as Publishers” and “Copyright Explainer”
  • Scholarly Communications Committee (July 2016-present), Vice Chair (July 2016-present)
  • Research and Scholarship Committee (August 2012-July 2014), Grant Subcommittee Chair (August 2012-July 2014)

Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries

  • Publications Committee, Chair (January 2016-December 2017)

Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries

  • Education & Publications Committee (March 2011-December 2012)

Virginia Association of Law Libraries

  • Publications Committee (March 2011-December 2012)
  • Secretary (April 2012-October 2012)

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Faculty Council

  • Constitution and Bylaws Committee (July 2016-present)
  • Technology Committee (July 2014-present)
  • Academic Affairs Committee (July 2014-July 2016)

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Library Faculty

  • Chair (July 2016-July 2017)
  • Vice Chair/Chair-Elect (July 2015-July 2016)

College of William & Mary Librarians’ Assembly

  • Secretary (June 2012-December 2012)

Peer Reviewer

  • Journal of New Librarianship (1 manuscript)
  • Legal Information Review (1 manuscript)
  • Reference and User Services Quarterly (2 manuscripts)
  • The Library Quarterly (1 manuscript)
  • Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication (2 manuscripts)
  • SCRIPTed — A Journal of Law, Technology and Society (1 manuscript)

 

Publications

Books and Book Chapters

  1. Keele, B. J., & Odell, J. Managing digital rights in open access works. In Lemmer, C. A., & Wale, C. (2016). Digital Rights Management: The Librarian’s Guide. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 103-117.
  2. deMaine, S. D., Lemmer, C. A., Keele, B. J., & Alcasid, H. Using digital badges to enhance research instruction in academic libraries. In Eden, B. L. (2015). Enhancing Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century Academic Library: Successful Innovations That Make a Difference. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 59-78.
  3. Dingledy, F. W., Keele, B. J., & Sekula, J. E. Collection development, licensing, and acquisitions. In Balleste, R., Luna-Lamas, S., & Smith-Butler, L. (2014). Law Librarianship in the Twenty-First Century, 2nd. ed., Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 133-164.
  4. Heller, J. S., Hellyer, P., & Keele, B. J. (2012). The Librarian’s Copyright Companion, 2nd ed. Buffalo, New York: William S. Hein & Co., Inc.

 

Articles

  1. Keele, B. J. (2017). New Database: ProQuest Supreme Court InsightInULA Notes, 29(2), 31.
  2. Keele, B. J. (2015). Print to Digital: A Fundamental Transition. AALL Spectrum, 20(1), 30-33.
  3. Keele, B. J. (2015). Improving Digital Publishing of Legal Scholarship. Legal Reference Services Quarterly 34(2) 119-137.
  4. Keele, B. J. (2014). Perma: A Tool for Addressing Link Rot in Published ScholarshipInULA Notes 26(1), 9-10.
  5. Keele, B. J., and Sampson, S. (2014). Called to write: The AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers award has been motivating law librarians for nearly 30 years. AALL Spectrum, 18(6), 20-21.
  6. Keele, B. J. (2013). Don’t forget non-code statutes. Virginia Lawyer, 62(1), 49, 57.
  7. Keele, B. J. & Pearse, M. (2012). How librarians can help improve law journal publishing. Law Library Journal, 104(3). 383-410.
  8. Keele, B. (2012). Keeping and deleting patron records in law libraries. VoxPopuLII, http://blog.law.cornell.edu/voxpop/2012/04/15/keeping-and-deleting-patron-records-in-law-libraries/ [Perma].
  9. Keele, B. J. (2012). Advising faculty on law journal publication agreements. ALL-SIS Newsletter, 31(2), 3-4, 11-12.
  10. Heller, J. S., Hellyer, P., & Keele, B. J. (2012). Ruling in Georgia State Copyright Case is Mostly Good News for Libraries. AALL Spectrum Bloghttp://aallspectrum.wordpress.com/2012/05/29/ruling-in-georgia-state-copyright-case-is-mostly-good-news-for-libraries/ [Perma]. William & Mary Scholarship Repository.
  11. Keele, B. J. (2011). Splitting hairs: What subtle distinctions teach us about authority. AALL Spectrum, 16(3), 14-16.
  12. Keele, B. J. (2011). Copyright and research in Google book search. Virginia Lawyer, 60(3), 46-49.
  13. Keele, B. J. (2010). A primer on digital object identifiers for law librarians. Trends in Law Library Management and Technology, 20, 35-40.
  14. Keele, B. J. (2010). Copyright provisions in law journal publication agreements. Law Library Journal, 102(2), 269-283.
  15. Keele, B. J. (2009). Open access to student-edited law journals. Student Lawyer, 37(6), 17.
  16. Keele, B. J. (2009). Privacy by deletion: The need for a global data deletion principle. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 16(1), 363-384.
  17. Keele, B. J. (2007). Ganging up against the courts: Congressional curtailment of judicial review, 1988-2004. Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics, 7(2), 174-196.

 

Column: Law Libraries as Publishers

  1. Keele, B. J. (2014). Law Libraries as Publishers: New ColumnALL-SIS Newsletter, 34(1), 4.
  2. Keele, B. J. (2015). Law Libraries as Publishers: Faculty BibliographiesALL-SIS Newsletter, 34(2),14-15.
  3. Keele, B. J. (2015). Law Libraries as Publishers: Using Print-on-demand. ALL-SIS Newsletter, 34(3), 8-9.
  4. Keele, B. J. (2015). Law Libraries as Publishers: Counting Things, with Citations and Downloads. ALL-SIS Newsletter, 35(1), 2-3.
  5. Keele, B. J. (2016). Law Libraries as Publishers: Counting Things, with AltmetricsALL-SIS Newsletter, 35(2), 15-16.
  6. Keele, B. J. (2016). Law Libraries as Publishers: Choosing a Better FontALL-SIS Newsletter35(3), 12.
  7. Keele, B. J. (2016). Law Libraries as Publishers: Historic StatutesALL-SIS Newsletter35(4), 5-6.
  8. Keele, B. J. (2016). Law Libraries as Publishers: Distinguishing VersionsALL-SIS Newsletter, 36(1), 3-4.
  9. Keele, B. J. (2017). Law Libraries as Publishers: Producing Articles Instead of IssuesALL-SIS Newsletter, 37(2), 17.
  10. Keele, B. J. (2017). Law Libraries as Publishers: Your Copyrighted WorksALL-SIS Newsletter, 37(3/4), 3-4.

 

Reviews

  1. Keele, B. J. (2016). Review of Access to Justice in Iran: Women, Perceptions, and Reality. Law Library Journal 108(4), 677-678.
  2. Keele, B. J. (2015). Review of War Powers: The Politics of Constitutional AuthorityInternational Journal of Legal Information 43(2-3), 442-443.
  3. Keele, B. J. (2014). Review of The Snail Darter and the Dam: How Pork-Barrel Politics Endangered a Little Fish and Killed a River. Law Library Journal 106(4), 614-616.
  4. Keele, B. J. (2014). Review of Legislative Drafting Step-by-Step. International Journal of legal Information 42(1), 158-160.
  5. Keele, B. J. (2014). Review of Intellectual Property in Common Law and Civil Law. International Journal of Legal Information 42(1), 156-157.
  6. Keele, B. J. (2013). Review of Someday All This Will Be Yours: A History of Inheritance and Old AgeLH&RB 19(1), 52-54.
  7. Keele, B. J. (2013). Review of The Mind and Method of the Legal Academic. AALL Spectrum Bloghttp://www.aallnet.org/Blogs/spectrum-blog/47279.html [Perma].
  8. Keele, B. J. (2012). Review of The Nuremberg Military Tribunals and the Origins of International Criminal Law. International Journal of Legal Information 40(3), 599-600.
  9. Keele, B. J. (2012). Review of Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright. Law Library Journal 104(2), 313-315.
  10. Keele, B. J. (2012). Review of Copyright for Teachers & Librarians in the 21st Century. Journal of Academic Librarianship 38(4), 248.
  11. Keele, B. J. (2012). Review of Citizens and E-Government: Evaluating Policy and Management, & http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/e-gov/. Government Information Quarterly 29(2), 307.
  12. Keele, B. J. (2012). Review of Fundamentals of Government Information: Mining, Finding, Evaluating, and Using Government Resources. Journal of Academic Librarianship 38(1), 69-70.
  13. Keele, B. J. (2012). Review of Patent Reform in the 112th Congress: Innovation Issues. Government Information Quarterly 29(1), 113.
  14. Keele, B. (2012). Review of Framed: America’s 51 Constitutions and the Crisis of Governance. AALL Spectrum Bloghttp://www.aallnet.org/Blogs/spectrum-blog/34287.html [Perma].
  15. Keele, B. J. (2011). Review of Finding the Answers to Legal Questions. Journal of Academic Librarianship 37(6), 551.
  16. Keele, B. J. (2011). Review of Research Handbook on the Protection of Intellectual Property under WTO Rules and Research Handbook on the Interpretation and Enforcement of Intellectual Property under WTO Rules. International Journal of Legal Information 39(2), 263-264.
  17. Keele, B. J. (2011). Review of Intellectual Property and Human Development: Current Trends and Future Scenarios. International Journal of Legal Information 39(1), 98-100.
  18. Keele, B. J. (2011). Review of A Dictionary of Intellectual Property Law. AALL Spectrum Bloghttp://aallspectrum.wordpress.com/2011/07/12/peter-groves-2011-a-dictionary-of-intellectual-property-law-cheltenham-uk-edward-elgar-352pp-155-00/ [Perma].
  19. Keele, B. J. (2011). Review of Intellectual Freedom Manual, 8th ed. AALL Spectrum Bloghttp://aallspectrum.wordpress.com/2010/08/27/office-for-intellectual-freedom-of-the-american-library-association-compiler-2010-intellectual-freedom-manual-8th-ed-chicago-american-library-association-439-pages-65-00/ [Perma].
  20. Keele, B. J. (2010). Review of Universities and Copyright Collecting SocietiesInternational Journal of Legal Information, 38(2), 239-241.

 

Grants

  1. American Association of Law Libraries Academic Law Libraries Special Interest Section Leadership Academy Grant, 2016.
  2. Indianapolis Foundation Minde Browning Fund Grant, 2016.
  3. Indiana University Curriculum Enhancement Grant, 2015 (with Susan David deMaine, Catherine Lemmer, and Miriam Murphy).
  4. American Association of Law Libraries Research Grant, 2015 (with Susan David deMaine).

 

Presentations

  1. Invited Session, Researching Copyright Duration and Ownership, Academic Libraries of Indiana Scholarly Communication Librarianship Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 27, 2017.
  2. AALL Webinar (with Kris Turner, Kisa Peters, and Karen Shephard). Tips and Tricks for Efficient IR Management. October 25, 2017.
  3. Accepted Paper, Access to Justice?: A Study of Access Restrictions on the Papers of Supreme Court Justices, Boulder Conference on Legal Information, Chicago, Illinois, July 2016 (with Susan David deMaine).
  4. Accepted Session, Who Owns This?: Researching Copyright Status and Ownership. American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, July 2016 (with Carolyn Hersch).
  5. Accepted Poster, Access to Justice?: A Study of Access Restrictions on the Papers of U.S. Supreme Court Justices, American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, July 2016 (with Susan David deMaine).
  6. Panel Discussion. Promoting Progress: Overcoming Copyright Obstacles to Improve Access to Culture [Perma], at Digital Public Library of America Fest 2015, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 18, 2015.
  7. Accepted Presentation. Improving Digital Publishing of Legal Scholarship. Journal of Things We Like (Lots), Legal Scholarship We Like and Why It Matters. November 8, 2014.
  8. Accepted Presentation (with Susan deMaine and Catherine Lemmer). Not Just for Scouting Anymore: Digital Badges for Legal Research Skills, at Mid-America Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, October 6, 2014.
  9. Accepted Poster Session (with Susan deMaine, Catherine Lemmer, and Hannah Alcasid). Not Just for Scouting Anymore: Digital Badges for Legal Research Skills, at American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, July 12, 2014.
  10. AALL Webinar (with Carla Wale, Tim Gallina, Jordan Jefferson, Sherry Leysen, D.R. Jones, and Ellen Richardson). What’s in Your Toolbox?: Tools to Organize Your Research, Scholarship, or Professional Writing. May 22, 2014.
  11. College Presentation (with James Heller and Paul Hellyer). Copyright Conversations, Part 2: Author Rights and Scholarly Work, at College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, April 20, 2012.
  12. College Presentation (with James Heller and Paul Hellyer). Copyright Conversations for Educators, at College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, April 6, 2012.
  13. Accepted Presentation (with Fred Dingledy). What can I do with this?: Deciphering copyright license notices, at Virginia Library Association Annual Conference, Portsmouth, Virginia, October 27, 2011.
  14. Accepted Poster Session (with Michelle Pearse). Librarians can improve law journal publishing, at American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 23, 2011.
  15. Invited Presentation. Copyright and author agreements for open access law journals, at Implementing the Durham State: Best Practices for Open Access Law Journals [Perma], Durham, North Carolina, October 22, 2010.