Quinnipiac University
Jordan A. Jefferson

Director Lynne L. Pantalena Law Library

Associate Professor of Law

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Jordan Jefferson is the Director of the Lynne L. Pantalena Law Library and an Associate Professor of Law. In her role, she manages all aspects of the Law Library's services, facilities, and staffing and teaches legal research.

Before joining the faculty, Professor Jefferson worked at Yale Law School, where she served for ten years, most recently as Associate Director of Operations, Outreach, and Engagement in the Lillian Goldman Law Library. Prior to her administrative role, Professor Jefferson was the Associate Director for Research and Instructional Services, managing the day-to-day strategic operations of the Research and Instructional Services department, including faculty and clinical liaison services, formal and informal instruction, reference desk, and research consultations.

Professor Jefferson has written and presented on technology, pedagogy, and service improvement in law libraries. Her scholarly interests include critical information theory, trauma-informed services in law schools, and access to justice. Professor Jefferson has extensive research knowledge of the carceral state, veteran’s issues, and human rights law. She is active in various professional law library organizations, including the Southern New England Law Librarians’ Association, the Law Librarians of New England, and the American Association of Law Libraries.

Areas of Expertise

  • Legal Research and Writing


  • Law

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