Phone: (713) 313-7328
Joined the faculty in 2008.
M.L.I.S., University of North Texas, School of Library and Information Science, Denton, TX, 2002
J.D., Texas Southern University, Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Houston, TX, 1995
B.S., Political Science, University of Houston, Houston, TX, 1986
For coming: Brick by Brick: Using Disparate Impact to Remedy Discrimination at the Hand of the Texas Rangers, 42 T. Marshall L. Rev. __ (Spring 2017).
Citing Sources or Mitigating Plagiarism: Teaching Law Students the Proper Use of Authority Attribution in the Digital Age, 42 Int’l J of Legal Info 177 (Summer 2014).
Remembering Our Past, Celebrating Sixty-four Years: Thurgood Marshall School of Law Library 1947-2011, 36 T. Marshall L. Rev. 63 (2010).
Henry Eman Doyle, in African American National Biography (Henry Louis Gates, Jr. & Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, eds., Oxford University Press, 2008).
Lois Lee Prestage Woods, in African American National Biography (Henry Louis Gates, Jr. & Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, eds., Oxford University Press, 2008).
I-1: Step Away from the Podium! Tips, Tricks and Technologies for Energizing Training Sessions and Legal Research Classes, 12 AALL Spectrum 44 (2007).
Speaker, “Forging the Status Quote: Looking Back at the AALL,” at the Houston Area Law Librarians Monthly Meeting. August 9, 2017
Speaker, “Flourishing Through Technology: How the TMSL Adapted its Historical Collection for Electronic Access,” at Southwestern Association of Law Libraries (SWALL) Adapt and Flourish Conference, April 8, 2010.
Speaker, “How the Economy has Affected Libraries,” at Houston Area Law Librarians (HALL) Surviving the Economic Times: Law Libraries and Librarians Seminar, October 12, 2009.
Special Seminar, “Bluebook and Texas Legal Citations Made Simple,” at Jones Day Law Firm Paralegal Seminar. May 15, 2008
Workshop Presenter, “Citing Bluebook and Texas Citation Form,” at Houston Area Law Librarians (HALL) Library Skills, Sources & Solutions Seminar. March 22, 2006
Workshop Moderator & Panelist, “And a Woman Shall Lead the Way, Lois Prestage Woods, First Female Graduate Thurgood Marshall School and Law and the Building of a Legacy,” at the Texas State Historical Association 112th Annual Meeting. March 7, 2008
Mary Flood, Interview, Moneymakers: DeCarlous Spearman has a Taste for Law and Library, Houston Chronicle, August 1, 2008, at D2.