This piece was written by our Associate Dean of Information Services, Roberta “Bobbie” Studwell:
I’m pleased to announce that Katerina Pringis, one of our own Barry law students, is the recipient of this year’s 3rd Trammell/Ahlers/Studwell Law Library Fellowship award. We are excited to have her join us this week in the Euliano Law Library. Please be sure to congratulate her as you stop by the Library over the next six weeks.
Kat is a rising 3L at Barry and is considering a future in law librarianship after taking the Advanced Legal Research course offered this past spring. She just began her 6 week fellowship in the Law Library yesterday, June 6, 2016. While a student here at Barry, she has been a Research Assistant and a Dean’s Study Fellow. She is also a LexisNexis Associate and worked as a Summer Intern at Widerman Malek, PL. She received her BA in Legal Studies from University of Central Florida. Prior to entering law school, Katerina worked for the Brevard County Clerk of Courts as a Public Records Research Clerk/Legal Assistant and Probate Clerk.
Katerina will put some of the skills that she developed in the ALR course into action to help the Library complete one or more projects to be assigned as a part of her fellowship training, based on the strategic planning needs of the Library. As our Fellow, Kat will work under the guidance and supervision of the Law Library Associate Director and other librarians to learn about the overall functions, policies and practices of the Euilano Law Library in the technical services and public services areas.
It is my pleasure to announce this year’s Fellow and to proudly introduce you to Katerina.