Ning Han joined Concordia University School of Law in 2012. In her position, Ning oversees the operation of technical services department; provides reference and research supports to students and faculty; and works closely with the library director on budgeting, department strategic planning, and policy making. She strives to provide best information services to students and faculty at Concordia Law. Ning received her promotion to associate rank in summer 2016. Prior to that, She had served as Assistant Professor and Serials Librarian at Mississippi State University Mitchell Memorial Libraries. She had also worked at Law Library of Louisiana, Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Library, and Louisiana State University Middleton Libraries.
Ning’s research interests encompass examining issues related to law library management, information technology, legal education through a comparative angle. East asian legal resources is another of her research focus. She is currently an executive board member of Chinese and American Forum on Legal Information and Law Libraries (CAFLL). She is also active member of Asian American Law Librarians Caucus (AALLc), American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), and Western Pacific Chapter of AALL (WestPac).
Librarianship Across Asia and How it Impacts Us, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Conference, Chicago, July 16-19, 2016 (with Avery Le and Pushya Veeramachaneni)
An Updated View of Chinese Legal Research Instruction Education, invited to present at the joint conference of CAFLL and AALL-WestPac, Honolulu, Hawaii, Oct.7-11, 2015 (with Liying Yu).
A Tale of Two Countries – Behind the Scenes Stories of Two Unique but Newly Established Law Libraries, 3rd Chinese & American Forum on Legal Information & Law Libraries (CAFLL), Shanghai, China, June 11-13, 2013, (with Duncan E. Alford).
Realizing the Vision: Year One in a Start Up Law School, Southwestern Association of Law Libraries (SWALL), Phoenix, AZ, April 4-6, 2013, (with Phillip Gragg and Kerry Lohmeier).
Serial Control Display, Mississippi Sirsi Dynix User’ Group Meeting, Clinton, MS, August 2, 2012, (with Derek Marshall).
What does Leadership & Management Mean to you, 2010 Special Libraries Association (SLA) Annual Conference, Leadership & Management Division Business Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 14th, 2010, (with Jennifer Koenig).
Using Open Source Tools to Enhance the Library Experience, 2010 Louisiana Library Association Pre-Conference, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, March 10th, 2010.
Forthcoming, Legal Research Instruction and Law Librarianship in China: An Updated View of Current Practices and A Comparison with the United States Legal Education System, 109 (1) Law Libr. J. ___ (2017).
中国法律检索教育的新发展 Zhongguo Falv Jiansuo Jiaoyu Xinfazhan (New Developments of Chinese Legal Research Instruction), 2016(2) 中国法学教育研究 China Legal Education Research 31. [SSRN]
Keeping Up with New Legal Titles, 107 (2) Law Libr. J. 303 (2015) (reviewing Kossof, Paul. Chinese Legal Research (2014)). [READ]
Technical Services Going Mobile, 19(3) AALL Spectrum 9 (2014). [READ]
Think Globally! Enhancing the International Student Experience with LibGuides, 24(4) Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 288 (2012) (with Suan L. Hall). [SSRN]
Meeting Business Students’ Legal Research Needs: A Selected List of Periodicals on Corporation, Securities, and Bankruptcy, 61(3/4) Serials Librarian 396 (2011). [SSRN]
Everyone’s Player: Creation of Standards in a Fast Paced Shared World, 64 (1/4) Serials Librarian 158 (2013) (with Nettie Lagace, Marshall, Breeding and Regina Reynolds). [SSRN]
Managing a 21st Century Library Collection, 63(2) Serials Librarian 158 (2012) (with Matt Goldner). [SSRN]
Rethinking Electronic Resources Workflows. 61(2) Serials Librarian 207 (2011) (with Rick Kerns). [SSRN]
The Evolving Role of E-books @ The University of Alabama Libraries–Session Report, 23(1) Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 71 (2011).
Rethinking Electronic Resources Workflow– Session Report, 23(1) Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship, 73 (2011).
Post 2.0: Disintermediation, Ubiquity, and Contextualization–Session Report, 23(1) Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 78 (2011).
Reviewing “Lifelong Learning in Public Libraries Principle, Programs, and People,” 73(5) College & Research Libraries 508 (2012). (Book review) [SSRN]
Reviewing “E-books in Libraries: A Practical Guide,” 72(5) College & Research Libraries 501. (Book review) [SSRN]