Walsh, Tiffany

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Instructional Services Coordinator

Research Focus: Legal research, Law Librarianship, Library Instruction, Reference Librarianship, Religious Studies

Links: Curriculum Vitae


218 O'Brian Hall, North Campus

Biography Publications

Tiffany Walsh is the Instructional Services Coordinator and a reference librarian for the Charles B. Sears Law Library. She supports 1-2 sections of Legal Analysis, Writing & Research with library instruction each academic year.

Prior to coming to the Law Library in 2023, Walsh was a reference and instruction librarian in the University at Buffalo’s Lockwood Library, teaching library research skills to undergraduates. She taught a 1 credit research lab within the UB general education curriculum as part of the introductory level courses offered by English Composition and the English Language Institute for several years. She has also taught multi-session library instruction sessions embedded within these two courses. Before moving into librarianship, Walsh practiced law at Hodgson Russ LLP.

Walsh has a J.D. from Columbia Law School, and a Master of Library Science from UB. As a library school student at UB and then as a visiting librarian for several years after earning her MLS, Walsh worked as a reference librarian both in Lockwood Library and the Charles B. Sears Law Library.