M.S. in Library Science, University of Kentucky (2007)
J.D., Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University (2005)
B.S., University of Kentucky (2002)
Courses Taught & Research Interests
First-Year Legal Research, Advanced Legal Research
Articles & Publications
Bringing It to the Jury & Beyond (CALI Lesson Spring 2012)(co-authored with Michael Whiteman).
The Courts are All A’Twitter’: The Implications of Social Media Use in the Courts, 46 Val. U. L. Rev. 43 (Fall 2011).
Preparing for Trial (CALI Lesson Fall 2011)(co-authored with Michael Whiteman).
Whistleblower Protections, American Association of Law Libraries Government Relations Advocacy Issue Brief, available at http://aallnet.org/main-menu/Advocacy/aallwash/Issue-Briefs-and-Reports/2012/whistlebloweronepager.pdf.
The Social Media Side of Legal Informatics, Chase Magazine (Fall 2011).
“Low Cost Alternatives for Legal Research: Using Casemaker and Loislaw,” Lex Loci, Northern Kentucky Bar Association Newsletter, April 2011, at 4-5.
Cost of Legal Research (CALI Lesson, Spring 2011).
“A Guide to ‘Real World’ Legal Research,” Kentucky Bar Association, New Lawyers Training Handbook, January 2011, at 71.
“Netbook on Your Wish List,” CBA Report, December 2010, at 20.
“Follow the Money! What Are You Spending on Research Sources? Part III: Teaching Old Resources to do New Tricks,” Lex Loci, Northern Kentucky Bar Association Newsletter, October 2010 (co-authored with Shannon Kemen).
Kentucky Legal Research – Primary and Secondary Authority (CALI Lesson, Spring 2010)(co-authored with Michael Whiteman).
Executive Summary & Kentucky Authentication Report, American Association of Law Libraries 2009-10 Updates to State-by-State Report on Authentication of Online Legal Resources, available at http://www.aallnet.org/Documents/Government-Relations/authen-rprt-updates/2009aallauthenticationreportupdates.pdf
“Helpful Smartphone Applications for Legal Professionals,” CBA Report, May 2010, at 12-13.
Administrative Law Assignment for Advanced Legal Research [with Answers],” American Association of Law Libraries: RIPS-SIS 17th National Legal Research TeachIn (2009); http://www.aallnet.org/sis/ripssis/TeachIn/2009/index.html
“Should You Use it? Tips on Authenticating Online Legal Sources,” CBA Report, July 2009, at 15.
“Helpful Resources for Handling a Domestic Relations Case,” CBA Report, January 2009, at 15.
“Online Legal Collaboration: Using Ohio Blawgs,” CBA Report May 2008, at 19.
“Energized, I Explored, and I Evolved: Attending the 2008 AALL Annual Meeting,” ORALL Newsletter, September 2008.
“Going Beyond Google: Researching News Online,” CBA Report, August 2008, at 12.
“Why Re-invent the Wheel? Utilize Appellate Court Briefs Databases,” LEX LOCI, Northern Kentucky Bar Association Newsletter, February 2008.
Member of the American Association of Law Libraries, 2003-present
- Member of the AALL Government Relations Committee 2011-present
- Vice Chair/Chair of the AALL Electronic Legal Information Access and Citation Committee 2008-2010 and Webmaster 2008-2010
- Webmaster and member of the AALL Access to Electronic Legal Information Committee 2006-2008
Member of the American Association of Law Schools, 2007-present
Member of the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries 2003-present
- Vice President/President Elect, 2011-2013
- Member of the 2011 Education Committee for Annual Meeting
- Chair of the Grants Committee, 2010-2011
- Member of the Internet Committee, 2009-2011
- Chair of the 2008 Education Committee for 59th Annual Meeting in Dayton, Ohio
Member of the Southeastern American Association of Law Libraries, 2003-2012
Member of Kentucky Bar Association, 2006-present
Member of the American Bar Association, 2006-present
Member of the Northern Kentucky Volunteer Lawyers, 2006-2012
Previous Professional Experience
Prior to her arrival at Valparaiso University School of Law, Dean Janoski-Haehlen held various positions within the Law Library of the Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University.