Associate Dean Kirk directs all library operations and oversees information systems serving the entire Law School community. In June 2014, Dean Kirk's responsibilities were expanded to include academic affairs.
Jessica oversees the day-to-day operations of the information technology systems, equipment and services for the law school campus. She received her J.D. from Seattle University School of Law and her M.L.S. from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Prior to arriving to UConn, Jessica was the assistant director for academic technology at The John Marshall Law School, and was responsible for managing classroom technology, distance education, and media services. She has also created and taught distance education courses at the University of Florida Law School and at The John Marshall Law School. Jessica teaches a Law Practice and Technology course at UConn Law. Jessica is a member of the American Association of Law Libraries and Law Librarians of New England.
Ricardo is assistant director for information technology services and user support services supervisor at the Law School. He is an experienced IT professional with many years in the academic technology field and provides technical support in a wide range of IT services for the Law School community. Ricardo received his M.S. in computer science and engineering and M.A. in educational technology from UConn, and his B.S. in computer science/mathematics from Central Connecticut State University. His interests include user/server technical support, databases, classroom and educational technology.
Christine maintains the law school's networking systems and operations to academic, administrative, and student users. She also ensures the continuous, uninterrupted availability and functionality of the law school's network systems to maintain optimum service levels with minimal interruptions to users and network downtime.
As a computer technical support consultant, Christina Dahl installs, diagnosis, repairs, maintains and upgrades all systems hardware and equipment to ensure optimal workstation performance. She also analyzes and diagnoses computer software issues for faculty, staff, students, and other computer users and recommends corrective solutions for a wide range of computer applications, hardware, and software programs.
Donald oversees the hardware and software which power the website and provides programming for many of the web-based services offered at UConn Law. He serves as an integral part of the Information Technology Services team. Donald holds a BS-CIS from Bentley University and was the business manager of a Connecticut family law firm for eight years prior to joining the UConn Law family.
As a computer technical support consultant, Michael provides audiovisual support for our campus classrooms, courtrooms, and event spaces. He also provides support for the law school's distance learning classes and lecture capture systems. Michael also provides technology training for faculty, staff, and students.