B.A., M.A., M.S.L.I.S., University of Alabama
Suzanne R. Graham, metadata and analytics librarian for the Alexander Campbell King Law Library, joined the Georgia Law staff in July 2007 and became the Metadata & Analytics Librarian in February 2016.
Graham conducts special research projects for the law school. She also maintains and improves the quality of the library's online catalogs. She is a member of several library teams, including the library leadership team that develops the strategic plan and policies for the library.
Prior to joining Georgia Law, Graham served as a monographs original cataloger for the University of Georgia Libraries. She also has worked at the University of Southern Mississippi Library.
She is active in national professional organizations, including the American Association of Law Libraries and the American Libraries Association. Graham has written articles for several peer-reviewed publications and given a number of professional presentations at conferences. She has served as an adjunct instructor in the Valdosta State University School of Library and Information Science, teaching Cataloging and Classification and Indexing and Abstracting.
Graham earned her Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude with a dual major in History and in Russian Language and Literature and her Master of Arts in History from the University of Alabama. Graham was the recipient of the Colonel Decius Wadsworth Award of Scholarship as her class’s distinguished honor graduate of the Army Logistics University's Basic Officer Leader Course – Ordnance. She was named Faculty Scholar of her graduating class when she earned her Master of Science in Library and Information Studies from the University of Alabama.