Steven C. Perkins
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Steven C. Perkins
B.A., J.D., M.L.L.
Independent Scholar/Librarian/Researcher

My Work

I am available for consulting projects dealing with any of these topics: library administration and education; text transformation and presentation; Section 508 website accessibility audits and design; Anglo-American legal research; bibliometrics; international human rights; and, investigative genetic genealogy.

From 2007 through September 2020, I worked for a large international law firm, both in New Jersey and in New York City.

Previous Positions

Greenberg Traurig, L.L.P. in the Research Servces and the Inovative Client Services groups. I was the Research Operations Coordinator for the New York and New Jersey offices for six years.

Coordinator of Reference at the University of Houston M.D. Anderson Libraries (2004-2006).

Temporary Reference Librarian and Lecturer at the Sidney S. Silverman Library, Bergen Community College, from February through June, 2003.

Director of Electronic Research and one of four founders of a legal software development firm, Mobile Source, August 2000 through September 2002.

User Services Coordinator at the Rutgers Law Library of the Rutgers University School of Law-Newark, 1993-2000 and served twice as the Acting Head of Computer Services for the School of Law and was a member of the Rutgers University Libraries' Web Advisory Committee, WAC. I was a member of the Government Relations Committee of the American Association of Law Libraries 1994-97, the Technology Committee of the New Jersey Law Librarians Association 1995-97. I have been a member of the Advisory Board of the DIANA Project of the Schell Memorial Center for Human Rights at Yale Law School since 1993. I was the Liaison from the AALL Native Law Caucus to the Association of American Law Schools Section on Native American Rights.

2002-2003 Chair of the Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals Advisory Committee of the AALL.

Adjunct Visiting Assistant Professor at the Pratt Institute, School of Information and Library Science, where I taught courses on Advanced On-Line Legal Research and Legal Research Methods, 1998-1999.

Information on positions held prior to 1993 is on my resume at