Full Name
Michelle Hook Dewey
Job Title
Legal Technologies Librarian
Georgia State College of Law
Speaker Bio
Michelle Hook Dewey is the Legal Technologies Librarian in the Law Library, where she provides reference and legal research instruction to the Georgia State University College of Law community. In addition, she is a member of the Legal Analytics & Innovation Initiative where she teaches and supports the programs and projects associated with the LAII certificate program.

Prior to joining the Georgia State University College of Law in 2022, Dewey worked in a variety of legal practice and legal education settings. Most notably Dewey spent five years as the Legal Research Services Manager for an Am Law 100 firm, where she managed the firm's national research team. In conjunction with the firm’s innovation group, Dewey and her research team served as the content matter experts on a host of firm-led data management, data integration, and technology projects. She has worked on projects as part of a law firm technology incubator program and is currently part of a team building a legal technology and innovation certificate program in the law school setting. She has presented at many national and regional conferences and written on legal technology issues. Dewey serves as an Executive Board Member for the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL).
Michelle Hook Dewey