Library Faculty
Lisa Schultz

Instructional Services and Research Librarian

218 Wolf Law Building
Unversity of Colorado Law School
402 UCB
Boulder, CO  80309
Office: 215C
Phone: (303) 735-1867
E-mail: Lisa.Schultz@Colorado.EDU

Curriculum Vitae:  View (PDF format)

Educational Background:
M.A.   University of Missouri-Columbia   2005  
J.D.   University of Nebraska-Lincoln   2003  
B.A.   University of Nebraska-Lincoln   2000  
Lisa Schultz joined the University of Colorado Law Library in 2013. As the Instructional Research Services Librarian, she provides reference services, and teaches first year and advanced legal research courses. Prior to moving to Colorado, Professor Schultz served as Reference and Faculty Services Librarian at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, where she worked closely with the faculty on in-depth research projects and taught first year legal research. Her research interests include integration of legal research into substantive courses and legal research pedagogy.

Books and Book Chapters

Legal Research Strategies (In-house publication for the first year course at Loyola Law School) (2012)
Locating the Law: A Handbook for Non-Law Librarians, Chapter 10: Bibliography of Self-Help Resources (Southern California Association of Law Libraries, 2011) Available at:

Book Reviews

The Politics of Precedent on the U.S. Supreme Court, 99 Law Library Journal 140 (Winter 2007).


Fall 2015 Introduction to Legal Research LAWS 6856-801
Spring 2015 Foundations of Legal Research LAWS 5646-801
Spring 2015 Specialized Legal Research: Selected Topics LAWS 6836-002
Fall 2014 Advanced Legal Research and Writing for Practice LAWS 6896-001
Fall 2013 Advanced Legal Research and Writing for Practice LAWS 6896-001