Terri Saint-Amour, JD, MLIS

Terri Saint-Amour, JD, MLIS is a Librarian for Foreign, Comparative and International Law at the Harvard Law School Library.  She received her law degree in 1997 from Villanova University School of Law and her MLIS from Simmons College, Graduate School of Library and Information Science in 2004. She is the creator of the Animal Law Research Guide at the Harvard Law Library. She has provided background research for many Harvard Law faculty, including on the topic of animal law.  Her research expertise has been acknowledged by many Harvard affiliated authors in their published works.

In addition to being a mom to 5 senior cats and an elderly blind chihuahua, Terri has been a volunteer with the Animal Rescue League of Boston since March of 2012, working with a variety of animals such as rabbits, horses, pigs, hens, roosters and cats. Terri is an avid supporter of the advancement of animal welfare and happily lives her life as a vegan.