Professor Dragich teaches Conflict of Laws, Federal Courts, Law & Literature, and Food Law and Policy. She also has taught Legislation and Remedies. She formerly was Associate Dean for Library & Information Resources. Professor Dragich joined the faculty in 1993 after serving as Assistant Chief, Legal Research and Library Services Branch, Administrative Office of the United States Courts (1991-93); Adjunct Faculty, Catholic University, School of Library and Information Science (1991-93) and in various law librarian positions from 1983 to 1991 at the University of Houston, Georgia State University, and George Washington University.
James S. Rollins Professor of Law
BA, University of Minnesota, '87
JD, University of Minnesota, '83
MA, University of Minnesota, '83
LLM (Agricultural & Food Law), University of Arkansas, '12
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
Most Recent Publications
GRAS-Fed Americans: Sick of Lax Regulation of Food Additives, __ INDIANA LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming 2015).
Do You Know What's On Your Plate?: The Importance of Regulating the Processes of Food Production, 28 JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND LITIGATION 385 (2013)
Back to the Drawing Board: Reexamining Accepted Criteria for Regional Structure of the Courts of Appeals, 12:2 JOURNAL OF APPELLATE PRACTICE AND PROCESS 201 (2011)
Uniformity, Inferiority, and the Law of the Circuit Doctrine, 56 LOYOLA LAW REVIEW 535 (2010)
Rebuilding the Profession: Recommendations for Librarians Interested in Becoming Academic Law Library Directors, 99 LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL 101 (2007)