Professor Faye Hadley was the Native American Resources Law Librarian for over 12 years at the Mabee Legal Information Center at The University of Tulsa College of Law. She now serves as an Adjunct Professor, teaching the Indian Law Research portion of the Research and Writing class in the MJIL program.
Ms. Hadley grew up in Indiana and attended Indiana University and earned a BA in English. She then moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Monteverde, Costa Rica. While in Albuquerque, she earned an MA in English Language and Rhetoric from the University of New Mexico. She returned to Indiana University several years later to complete a JD and MLS in 1997. Since finishing law school and library school, she has worked for a large law firm (Stoel Rives LLP) in Portland, Oregon, and at the University of New Mexico for two years before coming to Tulsa in May, 2001. Her interest in Native American law goes back many years.
Courses Taught: Research Methods in Indian Law