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Errol A. Adams, J.D., M.L.S., is currently the Electronic Services/Reference Librarian & Adjunct Law Professor at Pace Law. In this role, he develops and manages online research guides and edits content for the library website manages social media and teaches the research component of Fundamental Legal Skills I & II. He was previously the law librarian at The College of The Bahamas in Nassau, New Providence, The Bahamas. In that position he managed the Law Collection, taught legal research, assisted in coaching the Vis moot court team, and contributed to marketing the law collection. Errol also worked in several other libraries, including Kaye Scholer LLP, the New York State Unified Court System’s Civil Court, the New York City Department of Correction on Riker’s Island, and Reed Smith LLP.

Errol is an active member of several professional organizations, including the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) and the Caribbean Association of Law Libraries (CARALL), where he served on committees. He is also a member of the Law Library Association of Greater New York (LLAGNY) for which he has served on the executive board and now serves on several committees.

In 2003, Errol received his J.D. from Touro Law Center, where he served as Business Editor of Touro International Law Review. He went on to earn a master’s degree in library  science from St. John’s University in 2011 via full scholarship. Errol also holds a bachelor of arts in judicial studies from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City and is currently in the process of pursuing a masters in Project Management.


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  1. Riker’s Island has a law library?! That’s great, though I don’t know if it would be more empowering than frustrating. Nevertheless, it only makes sense that those most closely watched by the law would be among those most interested in it. I hope it helps them understand, navigate, and shape the system from the inside.

    Best of luck in your career path.

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