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Margaret R. Moreland

Margaret R. Moreland

Lawyer / Librarian for Research Services (retired)
B.A., Elmira College
J.D., St. John's Law School
M.S.L.S., Long Island University

(Advanced Legal Research for Health, Disability, and Elder Law)

Margaret Moreland was a Reference Librarian at Pace Law Library longer than anyone else. She joined the full-time staff in 1993, after working part-time for four years. She earned her B.A. at Elmira College, her law degree from St. John’s Law School, where she was a member of the St. John’s Law Review editorial board, and her M.S.L.S. from Long Island University. Before becoming a law librarian, Margaret practiced law at a small firm in New York for several years and did free-lance research, but missed the academic environment. As a Lawyer/Librarian for Research Services, she specialized in all aspects of Health Law, supervised Interlibrary Loan services and Friends of the Law Library, and was dedicated to making legal citation understandable for all law students.  She also developed a deep interest in prisoners’ rights and began a prisoners’ rights law blog.  She retired from her full-time position in June 2012, but will still teach a two-credit class, Advanced Legal Research for Health, Disability, and Elder Law, maintain her prisoners’ rights law research guide and blog, and continue her association with the Law Library.

Research Guides



Evolving Standards of Decency


The History of the Pace Law Library: A Gateway to Information, White Plains, NY: Pace Law School, 2007; 2d ed. 2012.

Contributor to Treating Addicted Offenders: A Continuum of Effective Practices, Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute, Inc., 2004 and 2007.

Legal Developments, Correctional Health Care Report (columnist)

Legal Developments, Offender Substance Abuse Report (columnist)

Worth Reading, Domestic Violence Report (columnist)

The Trials and Tribulations of Creating a Law Blog, 11 New York International Chapter News 21 (Spring 2006).

On the Internet: Elder Abuse Sites and Resources, 9 Victimization of the Elderly and Disabled 39 (2002).


Using the Internet for Legal and Job-Related Research, New Directions: Practical Skills for Returning to Law Practice, Pace Law School, White Plains, NY, May 20, 2008.

Putting the Internet to Work in your Law Practice: Making the Most of Free Online Resources, Pace Law School Continuing Legal Education, White Plains, NY, February 27, 2008.

Bluebooking 101, Pace Law School, November 6, 2007 (co-presenter).