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Jack McNeill joined the library staff in 2000 as Head of Reference Services and became Associate Library Director in 2002. Jack received his undergraduate degree from New York University, his law degree from New York Law School, and his library degree from the University of South Florida. Before becoming a law librarian, Jack worked in private practice, specializing in construction law. As a law librarian, he held positions at St. Thomas University School of Law Library in Miami, Florida.
Architects? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Architects, AALL Spectrum, May 2008, at 18.
Of Rants and Money, AALL Spectrum, Mar. 2001, at 6.
Faculty Publications, Miami, FL: St. Thomas University, Spring 2000.
Overview of the Congressional Legislative Process, Miami, FL: St. Thomas University 1997.
St. Thomas School of Law Copyright Manual, Miami, FL: St. Thomas University 1997.
Immigration Law: An Annotated Bibliography of Materials Available at St. Thomas University Law School Library, Miami, FL: St. Thomas University 1997.
Law Librarianship: Rebirth or Buried Alive?, AALL Spectrum, Sept. 1996, at 12.
Lawyers Maligned But They Protect Us, Opinion/Editorial, Palm Beach Post, Apr. 1, 1990, at 6E.
“The CISG Database as a Paradigm of Scholarly Web Publishing,” Speaker and Coordinator, American Association of Law Libraries, Seattle, WA, July 14, 2003.
“Copyright Issues With Digital Reserves,” Pace University, Faculty Colloquium, Pleasantville, NY, January 14, 2003.
“Review of Legal Research,” Pace University Continuing Legal Education, White Plains, NY October 17, 2002.
“Global Citizens: The Immigration Law Research Challenge,” Speaker and Coordinator, American Association of Law Libraries, Minneapolis, MN, July 16, 2001.
"Legal Aspects of Digital Technology," Keynote Speaker, Dade County Library Association, Miami, FL, December 2, 1999.
"Internet Legal Resources," Speaker and Coordinator, St. Thomas University School of Law, Continuing Legal Education, Miami, FL, Sept. 18, 1999.