Justin Iverson is a Research Librarian and Assistant Professor at the Wiener-Rogers Law Library at the William S. Boyd School of Law. He provides research assistance to law faculty and assists library patrons with legal reference services. Professor Iverson currently serves as the law school's Student Services Librarian, acting as liaison between the student body and the Library's vast resources.
Professor Iverson has taught in the areas of Advanced Legal Research and Health Law, and is currently working to revive the Law School's Legal Education and Assistance in Prisons course--a partnership between the Nevada Department of Corrections and the Law School. In addition, he serves as a member of the Program on Race, Gender, & Policing. Outside of the law school, Professor Iverson is Co-Chair of the Nevada Library Association's Government Relations Committee and also the Mentorship Committee.
Prior to joining the Boyd faculty, Professor Iverson was a Law Librarian at the Clark County Law Library in Las Vegas, Nevada from 2016-2021, providing reference services and research support to public patrons as well as inmates in pretrial custody. He practiced medical malpractice insurance defense law at Alverson, Taylor, Mortensen & Sanders in Las Vegas from 2015-2016. Professor Iverson received his J.D. cum laude from Savannah Law School in 2015, serving as Managing Editor for the Savannah Law Review, Research Assistant to Professor Andrew McCanse Wright, and completed externships for the Nevada Attorney General’s Office, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia, and Judge John E. Morse, Jr. in the Eastern Judicial Circuit of Georgia. He received his Master of Library Science from Emporia State University in 2021.