Cheryl Kelly Fischer is a Reference Librarian at the UCLA Law Library. She graduated from UCLA School of Law where she was executive editor of the UCLA Law Review, chief managing editor of the UCLA Entertainment Law Review, a teaching assistant for Lawyering Skills, and a law library research assistant. She received her B.A. from U.C. San Diego with a degree in theatre, and her Master's in Library and Information Science from UCLA. Following law school, Ms. Fischer practiced law as an associate at Jones Day in the Los Angeles office.
Since returning to UCLA, Fischer has been a regular supervisor for the library's faculty research assistant program. She has participated in the training of research assistants, and taught legal research skills as a guest speaker at UCLA and USC. She also serves as a liaison to UCLA Law School's student journals and law reviews, and she assists journal editorial boards with the training of their new staff. Her publications include "Researching International Investment Law, Bibliography" for the 35th Annual SCALL Institute: Global Legal Landscapes Navigating the Worlds of Foreign & International Law (March 2007); and “Starting a Business in California,” Pathfinder Record No. 15012, OCLC Connexion (December 2005).