Rebecca S. Trammell


Professor of Law, Dolly & Homer Hand Law Library Director, Co-Director of Electronic Education

B.A. Lindenwood University
M.L.S. Dominican University
J.D. Strum College of Law, University of Denver
Ph.D. Nova Southeastern University College of Engineering and Computing

Courses: Cyberlaw, Feminist Jurisprudence, Advanced Legal Research online, and Legal Research and Advanced Legal Research in the classroom

Professor Trammell has served as law library director and a member of the law faculty at the Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, Barry University, and the University of Kentucky School of Law before coming to Stetson.

Professor Trammell holds a Ph.D. in Computing Technology in Education. She is active in distance learning, presenting frequently on the topic, is a member of the national Working Group on Distance Learning in Legal Education, and chairs the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Distance Learning Committee. Professor Trammell serves on the Board of Trustees for the Pinellas County Law Library and is active in the American Association of Law Libraries.

Professor Trammell’s research interests include distance learning and U.S. legal history. She is currently completing a book project focusing on the American colonies' transition from colony to state during and following the American Revolution.

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Office: Library (Gulfport)