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Emily (McCutcheon) Pavuluri

Research Services Law Librarian
Lecturer in Law

Emily (McCutcheon) Pavuluri joined Vanderbilt's Alyne Queener Massey Law Library as a research services librarian and lecturer in law in 2022. She had previously served as a research librarian at Belmont University College of Law. She also worked as a training and research specialist for Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, where she specialized in researching intellectual property law, technology/data security law and corporate competitive intelligence. She has served internships with the Law Library of Congress and the U.S. Supreme Court Library and held reference and teaching assistant positions with the Joel A. Katz Law Library at the University of Tennessee College of Law and the Alexander Campbell King Law Library at the University of Georgia School of Law.

She is an active member of the American Association of Law Libraries and the Southeastern Association of Law Libraries, serving on committees for both associations.


Representative Publications

  • “Curiouser and Curiouser: The Process of Creating, Maintaining and Migrating a Bibliographic Database of Assessment Resources,"  Charleston Library Conference  (with Brianne Dosch)
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  • Note: "Wearables and Where They Stick: Finding a Place for Tech Tattoos in the IP Framework," 25 Journal of Intellectual Property Law 331 (2018)
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