Mary Koshollek is a part-time reference librarian. She received her Bachelor's degree (BA-General) and a Master's degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her J.D. is from Marquette University Law School. While attending law school, she was a member of the Marquette Law Review and also served as a Hicks Research Fellow. She did judicial internships with Milwaukee County Courts and the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. Ms. Koshollek has also served as an Adjunct Professor at Marquette Law School teaching Advanced Legal Research in Wisconsin Law, Health Law and Business Law.
Ms. Koshollek has previously worked as a Library Director for large law firms in the Milwaukee area. She has written and presented on legal research topics not only for Library organizations but also to the Milwaukee Bar Association and State Bar of Wisconsin. She has served as the President of the Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin and was on the Board of the Private Law Librarians Special Interest Group of the American Association of Law Libraries. She is an author of two books on legal research in Wisconsin.
In addition to her part time position with Marquette Law School, Ms. Koshollek currently serves as a Master Gardener with UW Extension and volunteers at the Boerner Botanical Gardens Library where she is organizing its historic collection of horticultural research materials.