B.A.,The Ohio State University
J.D., The Ohio State University
M.S.I.S., The University of Texas at Austin
Advanced Legal Research
Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship
Pirates, Spies & Speech: Exploring the Intersection of Law & Technology in the Information Age
Stephen M. Wolfson currently serves as the University of Georgia Alexander Campbell King Law Library's associate director for research and copyright services. In this position, he will be the primary liaison between the law library and the law school's faculty.
He will also supervise the library's Research Assistant Program and teach legal research and the courses Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship and Pirates, Spies & Speech: Exploring the Intersection of Law & Technology in the Information Age. A copyright specialist, Wolfson will continue to handle issues relating to copyright, scholarly communication and research-related information policy matters.
Before coming to UGA in 2018, Wolfson worked as a copyright librarian at the University of North Texas where he consulted with faculty, staff and students about various issues regarding copyright law. He also worked as a reference librarian at the University of Texas at Austin's Tarlton Law Library from 2010 to 2017. At the law library, Wolfson served as the head of the collection department from 2015 to 2017.
While at the University of Texas at Austin, Wolfson also taught graduate-level classes on Texas legal research, free and low-cost legal research, citation methods, copyright research, basic legal research and intellectual property legal research.
Wolfson earned his bachelor's degree and Juris Doctor from The Ohio State University and his Master of Science in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a member of the Oregon State Bar Association.