Deborah Darin is the student services librarian at Marquette University Law School. In addition to reference services and faculty research assistance, she provides support to the Marquette law journals. She teaches advanced legal research courses, and legal research in the first-year Legal Analysis, Writing and Research program.
Ms. Darin earned a B.A. in History with High Distinction from the University of Michigan, and received her J.D. from Wayne State University. She practiced public interest law in Michigan, supervised clinic students at the Legal Aid & Defender Association of Detroit, and represented UAW workers for the UAW Legal Services Plan. After moving to Wisconsin, Ms. Darin was an attorney for the non-profit Citizens for a Better Environment, participating in air regulations litigation, Community-Right-to-Know suits, and takings litigation. She has served on the commercial and residential property tax review board at the City of Milwaukee, the City of Milwaukee Board of Zoning, and for ten years was an adjudicator on the City's civil service commission, including five years as its president.
Ms. Darin received a master's degree in library and information science in 2007 from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and worked part-time at the Marquette Law Library until 2009. In 2013, after nearly five years as a reference and instructional librarian at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, she returned to the Marquette Law School.
She has served on the American Association of Law Libraries Government Relations Committee (2012-2015) and chaired the Law Librarians of Wisconsin (LLAW) Government Relations Committee (2015-2017). She is LLAW's 2017-2018 Vice President/President-Elect.