Nancy A. Armstrong
Prior to joining the ONU College of Law, Nancy Armstrong was the associate director for public services and lecturer at Northwestern University Law Library. Over the years, she has taught a variety of legal research courses, including both introductory and advanced level courses. She also has a special interest in tax research and has served as a volunteer tax return preparer for low-income taxpayers.
Armstrong has been an academic law librarian since 1987 and recently received her 30-year pin from the American Association of Law Libraries. Her past appointments include administrative and research librarian positions at Northwestern University, Ohio State University, George Mason University, Georgetown University, the University of Pennsylvania and Villanova University. She has also held adjunct faculty appointments at Drexel University and Catholic University of America, where she taught legal research courses in their graduate programs in library and information science.
Awards AND Recognition
Daniel S. Guy Award for Excellence in Legal Journalism (ONU Law Review Award) 2011, 2017
Liberty Bell Award (ONU Student Bar Association Service Award) 2008, 2017
Finalist & Nominee for ONU Law School Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence (Finalist: 2004, 2011, 2017. Nominee: 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016)
J.D., Boston College
A.B., Vassar College
- New Jersey