Anne Burnett

Foreign & International Law Librarian

B.A., University of Nevada at Reno
J.D., University of Georgia
M.L.I.S., University of Texas at Austin

Courses: 

International Legal Research
Advanced Legal Research
 

Biographical Information: 

Anne Burnett is no stranger to the University of Georgia School of Law Alexander Campbell King Law Library. While she currently serves as the foreign and international law librarian, she also spent many hours in the law library while she was earning her J.D. degree from UGA.

Before returning to the University of Georgia School of Law, she worked in the Legislative Reference Library in Austin, TX, and in the Young Law Library at the University of Arkansas School of Law.  Burnett is a member of the library's steering group, which sets goals and policies for the library.   She currently provides legal reference services using electronic and print resources; serves as the primary provider of reference services for the international, foreign and comparative law collections; conducts bibliographic instruction; and maintains the law library’s foreign and international Web sites. In addition, she helps prepare policies and procedures regarding the processing and acquisition of foreign and international legal materials. Burnett also teaches a course in international legal research and assists with the graduate legal seminar.

Burnett’s other professional legal experience includes working as deupty legislative counsel at the Legislative Counsel Bureau for the Nevada Legislature in Carson City, NV. She also worked as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Deborah A. Agosti, Second Judicial District Court, State of Nevada.

Burnett received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Nevada (1985), a Juris Doctor cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law (1990) and a Master in Library and Information Science from the University of Texas in Austin (1994).

Burnett is a member of the state bars of California and Nevada. She is active in the American Association of Law Libraries and the American Society of International Law.