B.A. in Library Science, with a minor in Chinese History, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
Master in Library Science, University of Maryland at College Park.
Master of Science in Management Information Systems, University of Maryland University College.
Master of Science in Nonprofit and Association Management, University of Maryland University College.
Master of Business Administration, University of Maryland University College.
Telephone: (410) 837-4592
Room Number - LC 420A
Clement Chu-Sing Lau joined the University of Baltimore Law Library in 1993. His current position is the Assistant Director for Technical Services and Administration supervising activities related to materials acquisitions, cataloging, serials control, database management, materials processing, bindery, preservation and repair. He is also responsible for the library budget planning, procurement, and payment processing. He has served on various campus and USM wide committees. He is currently serving on the UB’s Staff Awards Selection Committee
Lau, C. & Murtha, M.E. Going Green and Repurposing Space: The University of Baltimore debuts its new law center, slated to receive LEED Platinum certification. American Association of Law Libraries Spectrum (Architectural Series 11), 17:7 (May 2013), pp. 23-24 & 27.
American Public Library Law. Library Journal (Tushuguan Zazhi), 2012:3 (March 2012), pp. 1-7 & 2012:4 (September 2012), pp. 1-7. (This article is the recipient of the 2013 Chinese American Librarian Association’s Jing Liao Award for the Best Research in All Media)
The Role of NGOs in China. Quarterly Journal of Ideology, v. 31, no. 3-4 (2009). Available at http://www.lsus.edu/la/journals/ideology/qji700.htm.
The Roles of Academic Law Libraries in American Legal Education. Journal of Library and Information Science (National Taiwan Normal University & Chinese American Librarians Association), v. 33, no. 2 (October 2007), pp. 103-110.
The Past and Present of a Model American Community: the City of Greenbelt, Maryland. Co-author with Yingxiang Sun. Community Magazine (a publication published by the Township Forum and sponsored by the Chinese Ministry of Civil Affairs). v. 2007, no. 9S (September 2007), pp. 28-31.
The Occupational Outlook of Librarians in the United States. University Library Journal (National Taiwan University). v. 11, no. 1 (March 2007), pp. 43-52.
The Current Status and Job Outlook of Lawyers in the United States. Criminal Advocacy Center Newsletter (P.R. China). No.9. (February 2006), pp. 76-83.
Seeing the recent major trends in American legal education: A view from the University of Baltimore School of Law. Shandong University Law Review (P.R. China). v. 2. (December 2004), pp. 194-206.
The Educational Role of Libraries in Education Reform. Bulletin of Library and Information Science (Taiwan National Cheng-Chi University Library). No. 46. (August 2003), pp. 28-35.