Continuing our spotlight on women who teach, today's interview is with someone who "wears many hats." Amanda Watson teaches law students how to conduct legal research, but she is also a law librarian and administrator.
Growing up in rural Mississippi, Amanda thought she'd grow up to... move away from Mississippi. Along the way, she studied music education, went to law school, and realized that she didn't like practicing; she liked research and fact-finding. Amanda decided to follow the parts of law she enjoyed and became a law librarian. Today, she's the Associate Director of the Tulane University Law Library, and says that, "All the things I thought I wanted about being a lawyer were actually here."