Lucie Olejnikova is the Associate Director for Foreign and International Law at the Lillian Goldman Law Library and a Lecturer in Legal Research at Yale Law School. In this capacity, she provides research instruction and assistance to the Yale Law School community, and she oversees the foreign and international law collection. Lucie teaches a two-credit seminar titled Research Methods In Foreign and International Law, which focuses on sources and strategies for international, foreign, and comparative law research with an emphasis on the research process and evaluation of sources in the ever-changing information environment. Lucie also teaches the two-to-three-credit course titled Advanced Legal Research, which is an advanced exploration of the specialized methods and sources of the US legal research.While Lucie is available to consult on any domestic research topics, she has extensive experience researching international, comparative, and foreign law. Lucie is the Editor of GlobaLex publication, an open access publication dedicated to publishing and dissemination of high level articles on foreign, comparative, and international law research. Lucie is admitted to New York State Bar, and is a member of the American Society of International Law, International Association of Law Libraries, and the American Association of Law Libraries.
Please see our Spring 2023 Research Consultation Schedule or email me directly to schedule an appointment. I look forward to working with you.