B.A., Rhode Island College
M.A.T. University of Georgia
Deborah A. Baker joined Georgia Law in 2005 and currently serves as an administrative associate for the law library. In this role, her responsibilities include personnel administration, purchasing, inventory and facilities as well as supporting the law library director and library staff. Previously, she worked as a cataloging assistant in the law library’s technical services department.
Prior to joining Georgia Law, Baker worked as an office and store manager for Ames Corporation and as a crisis intervention/sexual assault volunteer counselor for Alice Paul House in Indiana, Pennsylvania.
She is certified to teach business education and ESOL in Georgia and has also completed the UGA High Impact Leadership series and Diversity certificates. Baker is a member of the Law School Staff Council and currently serves as the Law School’s representative to the UGA Staff Council. In 2012, Baker received the law school's Emma Terrell Distinguished Employee Award for her commitment to service and exceptional job performance.
Baker earned her bachelor’s degree from Rhode Island College and her M.A.T. from the University of Georgia.