Sarah Slinger is a Law Library Fellow and M.A. candidate in Library & Information Sciences at the University of Arizona. Sarah graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia in 2012 where she earned her B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Spanish. She earned her J.D. from Widener University Delaware Law School in 2015. During law school, Sarah completed two externships focusing on law librarianship and educational technology at the Delaware Law Library. She also helmed the IP Society where she helped to establish Delaware’s USPTO Patent Pro Bono program. She has worked in libraries since she was 15 years old and in the law library since her 1L year. Research areas of particular interest to Sarah include Intellectual Property, animal law, and Constitutional law. In her free time, she co-hosts a history podcast entitled "A Short History: Digging Up Old Scandals, Stories & Secrets Only the Newspapers Remember."
Sarah is the co-author, along with Michael J. Slinger, of The Career Path, Education, and Activities of Academic Law Library Directors Revisited Twenty-Five Years Later, 107 Law Library Journal 175 (2015).
Graduated magna cum laude.