Designing and Maintaining Serials Check-In Systems: Even If You Plan to Automate. Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries, 1986 (AALL Occasional Papers Series, No. 2) (with Dennis C. Benamati.
Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States: 1790–1980. Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 1987 and 1990.
“Banking Law.” In Specialized Legal Research, edited by Leah F. Chanin; Penny A. Hazelton. Boston: Little Brown; New York: Aspen; Seattle: Gallagher Law Library, 1987–present.
“Law Librarians and Teaching in Library Schools,” Trends in Law Library Management and Technology 2 (October 1988): 4–6.
“Library School and Legal Bibliographies,” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 9 (1989): 79–88.
“Education for Law Librarians,” Bookmark 48 (1990): 278–81.
“Marian Gould Gallagher: Who Was She Anyway?” Washington Law Review 65 (1990): 739–41.
“Integrating Manual and Computer Legal Research.” In The Spirit of Law Librarianship: A Reader, edited by Roy Mersky and Richard Leiter, 225–46. Littleton, Colo.: Rothman & Co. 1991.
“Computer-Assisted Legal Research.” In Marjorie Dick Rombauer, Legal Problem Solving: Analysis, Research and Writing, 5th ed., 275–332. St. Paul, MN: West, 1991.
Computer-Assisted Legal Research: The Basics. St. Paul, MN: West, 1993.
“Law Libraries as Special Libraries: An Educational Model,” Library Trends 42 (1993): 319–41.
Washington Legal Researcher’s Deskbook. Seattle: Washington Law School Foundation, 1994 (with Cerjan et al.).
“Develop the Habit: Note-Taking in Legal Research,” Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 4 (1996): 48–52 (with Peggy Roebuck Jarrett, Nancy McMurrer, and Mary Whisner).
Washington Legal Researcher’s Deskbook, 2d. Seattle: Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library, 1996 (with Jarrett et al.).
“How Much of Your Print Collection Is Really on WESTLAW or LEXIS-NEXIS?” Legal Reference Services Quarterly 17 (No. 1, 1999): 3–22.
“Why Don’t We Teach Secondary Materials First?” Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 8 (1999): 8–10.
“I Am Not Bored—And Here’s Why,” Law Library Journal 93 (2001): 565–67.
Specialized Legal Research, general editor. New York: Aspen; Seattle: Gallagher Law Library, 2002–present.
“The Leader as Teacher.” In Leadership Roles for Librarians, edited by Herbert E. Cihak & Joan S. Howland, 169–78. Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 2002.
Washington Legal Researcher’s Deskbook 3d. Seattle: Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library, 2002) (with Franklin et al.).
“Moving a Law Library,” AALL Spectrum 8 (May 2004): 22–23 (with Jonathan Franklin).
“Configuration of the Law Library of the Future.” In The Future of Law Libraries: Selected Articles from a Symposium on the Impact of Technology on Law Libraries and Law Classrooms of the Future, March 10–11, 2005, Amelia Island, Florida, 44–57. St. Paul, MN: West, 2006.
“Rebuilding the Profession: Recommendations for Librarians Interested in Becoming Academic Law Library Directors,” Law Library Journal 99 (2007): 101–32 (with Gasaway et al.). [Reprinted in Beyond the Books: People, Politics and Librarianship, edited by Leslie Lee and Michelle Wu, chap. 12. Buffalo, N.Y.: William S. Hein & Co., 2008.]
“Law Library Director of the Twenty-First Century.” In How to Manage a Law School Library: Leading Librarians on Updating Resources, Managing Budgets, and Meeting Expectations, 117–35. Boston, MA: Aspatore Books, 2008.
“Law Literature and Its Users.” In Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, 3rd ed., edited by Marcia J. Bates and Mary Niles Maack, 3235–51. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2010.
“Law Library Budgets in Hard Times,” Law Library Journal 103 (2011): 91–111 (with Fitchett et al.).
“The Education and Training of Law Librarians.” In IALL International Handbook of Legal Information Management, edited by Richard A. Danner and Jules Winterton, 43–64. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2011.
“Practical Tips for Academic Employers: How to Make a Great Impression and Hire the Best Librarian for the Job,” AALL Spectrum 16 (November 2011): 12–14.
“Law Students and the New Law Library: An Old Paradigm.” In Legal Education in the Digital Age, edited by Edward L. Rubin, 158–82. New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2012.
“Searching for the Borders,” Journal of Legal Writing Institute 20 (2014): 17–20.
“CTC and International Research and Information Systems,” Cape Town Convention Journal 3 (2015): 69–80 (with Ruth Bird and Kyle Brown).
“Library Director as Mentor.” In Academic Law Library Director Perspectives, edited by Michelle Wu, 97–110. Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., 2015.
“‘Nowhere to Run; Nowhere to Hide’: The Reality of Being a Law Library Director in Times of Great Opportunity and Significant Challenges,” Law Library Journal 107 (2015): 79–112 (with Aranas et al.).
Selected Publications about the Inductee
“Penny Hazelton.” In Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library: An Oral History, edited by Mary Ann Andersen, 279–323. Seattle: University of Washington School of Law, 1988.
“Sometimes You Need a Good Shove,” in “Meet My Mentor: A Collection of Personal Reminiscences,” edited by Frank G. Houdek, Law Library Journal 91(1999): 177, 216–18.
Frank G. Houdek, “Penny A. Hazelton,” in “AALL History Through the Eyes of its Presidents,” Law Library Journal (2006): 299, 326–28.
Penny Hazelton Interview. In An Oral History of Law Librarianship, interviewed by Patrick E. Kehoe, July 11, 2012, videorecording. Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf, HeinOnline.
Frank G. Houdek, “AALL Honors Four with Its Top Award,” AALL Spectrum 19 (June 2015): 26–28.
Serials Librarian, Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, 1972–75
Associate Law Librarian and Associate Professor of Law, University of Maine School of Law, 1976–78
Law Librarian and Associate Professor of Law, University of Maine School of Law, 1978–81
Assistant Librarian for Research Services, U.S. Supreme Court Library, 1981–85
Acting Librarian, U.S. Supreme Court Library, 1985
Law Librarian and Professor of Law, University of Washington School of Law, 1985–82
Adjunct Professor and Director of the Law Librarianship Program, University of Washington Information School, 1985–present
Associate Dean for Library and Technology Services and Professor of Law, University of Washington School of Law, 2002–15
Emeritus Professor of Law and Director of the Law Librarianship Program, 2015–present
B.A., Linfield College, 1969
J.D., Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, 1975
M.L.L. (Masters in Law Librarianship), University of Washington, 1976
Selected Professional Activities & Achievements (outside AALL)
Admitted to the practice of Law, Washington, 1976
Member, Accreditation Site Evaluation Teams, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, 1977–present