Foreign and International Law Librarian
Lecturer in Law
Meredith Capps began her legal career as an associate with Hogan Lovells US, based in Washington, D.C., where she practiced for seven years in the firm’s White Collar Defense and Investigations group, focusing on the health care industry. She left practice in 2015 to earn her master’s degree in library science with a focus on law libriarianship. While studying for her M.S., she was a library intern at the U.S. Department of justice and served as a reference and faculty services librarian at the George Mason University Law Library. As a law student at Vanderbilt, she served as symposium editor and articles editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review
and graduated Order of the Coif. She is a member of the American Association of Law Libraries and the Southeastern Association of Law Libraries.
- Note: “Gouging the Government: Why a Federal Contingency Fee Lobbying Prohibition Is Consistent with First Amendment Freedoms,” 58 Vanderbilt Law Review 1885 (2005)