David Burch

Computer Services Librarian
Legal Research Instructor

David Burch, Computer Services Librarian, Legal Research Instructor

Courses Taught

  • Legal Research

Education

  • JD, Louisiana State University
  • LLM, University of Missouri-Kansas City
  • MSLS, University of Missouri-Columbia

Background

Prior to becoming a law librarian, David Burch worked as an assistant city attorney for Independence, Missouri, and as local government law specialist for the University of Missouri. As a law librarian he has worked at the law libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Southern California before coming to Loyola as the computer services librarian. 

Public Service

  • Arrangements Chair, Southern California Association of Law Libraries
  • Member, American Association of Law Libraries

Selected Scholarship

  • "Proceedings of the Conference on the Global Responsibilities of Law Librarians," 1990
  • "Writings of the Current Faculty of The University of Texas School of Law," 1993

Representative Academic Presentations

  • Presenter, "Building the High Tech Law School," Conference on Law School Computing, 1998