Todd Melnick is clinical associate professor of law and director of the law library at Fordham University School of Law. He earned his BA summa cum laude from Brandeis University, his JD from the UCLA School of Law, and his M.Ed. from the UCLA School of Education. He has worked as a law clerk for the New York Department of Investigation, a senior law clerk for the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office, and as a circulation supervisor at the Firestone Library at Princeton University. After library school he worked for six years as a reference librarian at the George Washington University School of Law. He came to Fordham as the senior reference librarian in 2005 and was promoted to associate law librarian in 2008.
Kyle Courtney, Kim Nayyer, and Todd Melnick discuss the possible implications of SCOTUS’s decision to hear Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org.
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