Darla Jackson

University of Oklahoma College of Law

Darla Jackson joined the OU Law Library in 2018 as its Research and Electronic Resources Librarian. Prior to joining the College of Law, she worked as part of the Management Assistance Program (MAP) staff at the Oklahoma Bar Association. In that role she assisted attorneys in improving the management of their practices, often through the use of technology. She began her focus on technology while serving as a judge advocate in the U.S. Air Force and has continued to explore ways technology can positively influence legal services.

She is a member of the ABA’s Section of Legal Education & Admissions to the Bar and the Law Practice Division. She serves as Vice Chair of the Oklahoma Bar Association Access to Justice Committee and Member Services Committee. She is also a member of the OBA’s Law Office Management & Technology, Military & Veterans Law, and Indian Law Sections. She is the current Vice-Chair of the Computing Services Interest Section of the American Assoc. of Law Libraries.

She has authored publications and served as a contributor for Thinking About Technology, a recurring column in Law Library Journal. She has also written articles for the Oklahoma Bar Journal, including Can Lawyers Be Luddites?

She earned a J.D. and Masters of Information Studies from the Univ. of Oklahoma, an LL.M. in Int’l Law from the Univ. of Georgia and a Master of Mil. Operations from Air Univ. She is currently enrolled in the Univ. of Oklahoma’s LL.M. Program in Indigenous Peoples Law.

My Sessions

Between Scylla And Charybdis: Managing Information Overload

Grand Ballroom B

Lawyers thrive on having the right information at the right time. But too much information, poorly organized will overload you. Today’s attorneys manage email, case files, court opinions, statutes, regulations, and notes. How do you manage it? Get strategies to organize the mass of information so that you can find and recall the answer to […]

Core Technology

Document Management for the Tech Savvy Firm

Columbus EF

Law firms deal with data of many types. Effective and creative use of document management systems will reduce paper, improve efficiency, support process automation, and support risk management. This session will provide strategies for effective use of document management systems, including email management, automation and training.

Process Management