University of Oklahoma College of Law
Darla Jackson is a reference librarian and legal research instructor at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She is also adjunct faculty for OU Law’s Graduate International Business Program.
She is a technology enthusiast and was included in the 2019 Class of the Fastcase 50.
Her research interests include the impact of tech on legal research and legal services delivery, access to justice, Native American law, int’l human rights, int’l dispute resolution, and military law.
She is an active member of the Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) Law Office Management & Technology and Indian Law Sections. She serves on the OBA Access to Justice, Communications, and Member Services Committees. She is a member of the Chickasaw Nation Bar and Cherokee Nation Bar Associations.
She serves as Chair of the American Association of Law Libraries Computing Services Interest Section and Native Peoples Law Caucus. She also participates in the ABA Law Practice Division and with the Section on Legal Education & Admission to the Bar as a member of site evaluation teams.
She has experience as a judge advocate in the U.S. Air Force, a Practice Management Advisor for the OBA, and as the Director of the University of South Dakota Law Library and the Associate Director of the Oklahoma City University Law Library.
Darla Jackson earned her M.L.I.S., and J.D. degrees from OU. She holds an LL.M. in Int’l Law, a Master of Military Ops, and is enrolled in the OU’s LL.M. in Indigenous Peoples Law.
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