Foreign, Comparative, and International Law Librarian
Brief Staff Biography
M.L.I.S., University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Manages foreign, comparative, and international collection; teaches legal research courses; provides reference services for faculty, staff, students and other library patrons.
Prior to obtaining her M.L.I.S., Ms. Gualtier worked as an associate at the firm of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge in New York City and as an independent contract attorney for General Electric Oil & Gas in Florence, Italy. During law school, she participated in Georgetown’s International Women’s Human Rights Clinic, traveling to Tanzania to conduct a fact-finding mission and to draft a human rights report and draft bill relating to women’s inheritance rights. Susan has a strong interest in women’s human rights and African customary laws, as well as religious law, U.S. litigation, and international commercial arbitration.
Book Review, Levasseur, Alain A. Louisiana Civil Code Précis Series, 5 Journal of Civil Law Studies, Forthcoming.
Resource Review, The International Encyclopaedia of Laws, FCIL Newsletter Vol. 26 Issue 3 (AALL) May 2012, at 9.
Book Review, Daston, Lorraine and Michaek Stolleis, Eds. Natural Law and the Laws of Nature in Early Modern Europe: Jurisprudence, Theology, Moral and Natural Philosophy, LH&RB Newsletter Vol. 7 No. 3 (AALL) Spring 2012, at 28.