Professor Roehrenbeck earned her B.A. from the University of Delaware, her M.L.S. from Rutgers University (New Brunswick), and her J.D. from Rutgers School of Law–Newark. She served as head of public services and a legal research instructor at the law school from 1976 to 1979, then went to Nova Southeastern School of Law where she was director of the library and associate professor of law. In addition to her experience in academic libraries, she worked for the Federal Reserve Board of New York, the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education Association, and Pennie & Edmonds in New York. Professor Roehrenbeck has served as a library consultant and as a site inspector for the American Bar Association and the Association of American Law Schools. She has been a member of numerous professional committees and associations, including AALL, COSELL, SEFLIN, SFALL, NJLLA, and the Cosmopolitan Group, serving as chair of many. She also has written and published numerous articles on books and topics ranging from legal research to legislative history to blood alcohol evidence. Her most recent book is Complying with the ADA: Law Library Services and Facilities.
Professor Roehrenbeck retired at the end of the Fall 2011 semester as Associate Dean and Director of the Law Library. She continues to teach art law and cultural heritage law. Her most recent publication is “Repatriation of Cultural Property–Who Owns the Past?” 38 International Journal of Legal Information Iss. 2, Article 11(2010).