Allen Moye joined the faculty of DePaul College of Law in January 2005. In addition to supervising the College of Law's technology support team, Professor Moye serves as director of the Rinn Law Library, and is responsible for the financial management and quality of library services and research support offered to faculty, students, alumni and other patrons of the law library. He coordinates with the legal writing faculty to provide legal research instruction to law students and teaches Advanced Legal Research. Prof. Moye also teaches an Introduction to American Law and Legal Systems course as part of the MJ program.
In addition to his responsibilities as a senior administrator in the College of Law, Professor Moye is an active member of the faculty having served on committees on faculty recruitment; diversity; facilities and technology; self-study; academic program review; and strategic planning. He has also served on the university's Physical Environment; Teaching, Learning and Technology committees and the President's Diversity Council. He is a past faculty advisor to the College of Law's Black Law Student’s Association and a recipient of the Deans’ Excellence in Staff Service Award.
Professor Moye is involved in professional library associations and he has served as chair of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Committee on Diversity; and as a member of the Annual Program Planning and Nominations Committees. He is an active member of AALL's Black Caucus and serves as President of the Mid-America Law Libraries Consortium ( MALLCO) 2017-2019.
Professor Moye was among 32 law librarians nationwide featured in “Celebrating Diversity: A Legacy of Minority Leadership in the American Association of Law Libraries” by Carol Avery Nicholson, Ruth Johnson Hill & Vicente E. Graces, (William S. Hein & Co., 2006).
Also, in 2016 Prof. Moye was interviewed as part of Hein's Oral History of Law Librarianship.
BA, Howard University; JD, University of Richmond; MLS, Catholic University
- Advanced Legal Research
- Introduction to American Law and Legal Systems
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