Ms. Corso currently serves as the Electronic Services Librarian, managing our law databases and the law school’s website. She currently teaches the Advanced Legal Research upper level elective and has taught the legal research portion of the Legal Research, Analysis, Writing & Communication course. Ms. Corso also guest lectures in various courses including Advanced Insurance Seminar, Statutes & Legislation, Civil Pretrial Practice, and Business Ethics. She also presents research orientations to CARES and FLAC clinic students and summer externs. Ms. Corso has also taught Legal Research & Writing as an adjunct professor in Bryn Mawr College's Gaduate School of Social Work and Social Research and teaches in the Villanova Paralegal Studies program as part of the College of Professional Studies.
Ms. Corso has presented on various legal research and project management topics in several forums including the CALI Conference and the Greater Philadelphia Law Library Association's annual Institute and seasonal programs. She has also presented continuing education programs both live and via webinar for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute on subjects ranging from free legal information resources to real estate research resources.
Ms. Corso joined the Villanova Law Library in 2010, after working as the firm librarian for a large law firm based in Los Angeles. She holds a JD from Northeastern University School of Law, a Masters in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University, and a BA and a BS from Shippensburg University. She previously served as the President of the Greater Philadelphia Law Library Association (GPLLA).
Office: Rm 159, Law School Building
Northeastern University School of Law, JD
San Jose State University, Masters in Library and Information Science
Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, BA and BS (summa cum laude)