Nathan Robertson joined the library faculty in 2005 and has served as director of information policy and management since 2007. He advises the law school on copyright matters, coordinates copyright clearance for instruction and research, advises the student-run law reviews on matters related to the business aspects of academic publishing, and develops and maintains systems to facilitate efficient information sharing and dissemination within the law school.
Professor Robertson teaches Copyright Law, Introduction to Legal Research, and Advanced Legal Research.
Prior to coming to the law school, he was a database analyst/programmer for the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at Johns Hopkins University. He began his professional library career as a systems librarian at the University of Tennessee.