Julie Tedjeske

Electronic Resources and Instructional Services Librarian and Adjunct Professor of Law
Center for Legal Information

Room 121
Phone: 412.396.5014


J.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2000
M.S. in Information Science, University of Pittsburgh, 2000
M.L.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1993
B.A., University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, 1990

Julie Tedjeske is the electronic resources and instructional services librarian at the Duquesne Center for Legal Information. She helps to maintain and promote the law library's electronic resources, and she also provides research, reference, and instructional services to the School of Law's faculty and students. Tedjeske previously worked as an academic librarian at the University of Pittsburgh and La Roche College. She earned her M.L.S., M.S. in information science, J.D., and B.A., magna cum laude, all from the University of Pittsburgh. In law school, Tedjeske was a managing editor of the University of Pittsburgh Law Review and was elected to the National Order of Barristers.

Before returning to librarianship, Tedjeske practiced law for 16 years. As an attorney, she focused on civil litigation and was actively involved in pro bono matters. As part of her pro bono service, Tedjeske worked on a free exercise of religion case on behalf of the Amish; represented KidsVoice, a non-profit child advocacy organization, in an appeal; assisted a veteran in obtaining disability benefits; represented a prisoner in a civil rights matter; and obtained a sentence reduction for a prisoner as part of Clemency Project 2014.


FALL 2018
Research for Law Practice (51)

Research for Law Practice (51)

FALL 2019
Research for Law Practice (51)