Women's History Month: Stephanie MarshallPDF
In celebration of Women's History Month, Robinson Bradshaw is highlighting women from the firm throughout March. Meet Stephanie Marshall, director of library services.
Describe what you do at Robinson Bradshaw.
I manage the library and research services department. Our primary job is to conduct legal, business and other non-legal research in support of attorneys, paralegals and staff. I ensure our print and digital offerings meet the needs of our practices, disseminate news and developments that impact our firm and clients, and provide training to attorneys and staff in all things research.
What do you most enjoy about your job?
I like solving problems, so working on a research project or request is the most fun for me. I love hunting down the information or materials attorneys need to get the job done.
What advice do you have for other women in the workplace?
Ask a lot of questions and learn as much as you can.
Who is your female role model?
Oprah Winfrey. I did a report on Oprah when I was in fourth grade, and she remains just as inspiring to me today.
Tell us something about yourself that we wouldn't learn from your website bio.
I played the trombone in my high school marching band and through college. Halftime is still my favorite part of the game!