Michael Greenlee joined Concordia University School of Law as Director of the George R. White Law Library in 2016. He holds a dual-degree in Law and Library Science from Indiana University-Bloomington. His previous law library experience includes serving as the Associate Law Librarian and Head of Public Services for the University of Idaho-College of Law. Professor Greenlee is an active member of the Idaho Library Association, the Western Pacific Association of Law Libraries, the American Association of Law Libraries, and the Idaho State Bar Diversity Section Love the Law! program. His past research interests have included Idaho legal research and Idaho legal history, international law and human rights, national security letters, public access to electronic legal resources, and intellectual freedom.
A Look Back: Access to the Bill of Rights Documents, History, Libraries and Technology, 225th Anniversary of the Bill of Rights Symposia, Idaho State Bar, Boise, Idaho, Sept. 16, 2016 (co-presenter Judge Ronald Bush).
UELMA in Idaho: Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act, Annual Conference, Idaho Library Association, Lewiston, Idaho, Oct. 2, 2014.
Libraries and Legislation! Making Sense of the Legislative Process and Our Role, Annual Conference, Idaho Library Association, Nampa, Idaho, Oct. 4, 2013.
Collborations: Idaho's Law Learning Center and the Colorado Law Project, WestPac Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, Oct. 28, 2011 (panel presentation with Stacey Bowers and Stacey Gordon).
The Uniform Legal Material Act Comes to Idaho, The Advocate (Idaho State Bar), January 2015, 48-51.
To Develop Righteous Law and Promote Justice: The University of Idaho College of Law, 1909-2009 (Caxton Press/University of Idaho 2013). Co-editor, Prof. Robert McCoy, Washington State University.
National Security Letters and Intelligence Oversight, U.S. National Security, Intelligence, and Democracy: From the Church Committee to the War on Terror (Routledge 2008), p.184-204.
A King Who Devours His People: Jiang Zemin and the Falun Gong Crackdown, 34 INT'L J. LEGAL INFO. 556 (2006).