Bianca T. Anderson is the firmwide Director of Research and Information Services for Shutts & Bowen LLP.
Having broad experience managing all aspects of the firm’s research and information service functions, Bianca supports a wide variety of attorney, client and business development needs. She collaborates broadly across Shutts’ practice groups, harnessing knowledge systems to create efficiencies for the firm’s attorneys and staff. She also develops and implements all continuing legal education (CLE) programs for the firm.
Additionally, Bianca manages and creates roadmaps for the collection of critical data, sifting data for relevance and preparing that data to be pushed out to the right people at the right time. She also oversees all of the firm’s research-vendor relationships, utilizes analytics to determine which tools are needed to maintain the relationships and gathers important data for negotiations. Likewise, Bianca investigates new research and technology tools to ensure that the firm has cutting-edge resources.
Prior to joining the firm, Bianca was a Librarian Associate Professor at the University of Miami School of Law, where she taught legal research to UM’s law students and provided support to the faculty. She also has extensive experience teaching and training international law students.
Bianca received a Master of Arts in Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida and a Juris Doctor from the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law.
- University of South Florida, M.A., Library and Information Science, May 2012
- University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., May 2000
- University of Miami, B.A., Political Science, May 1997
- French (reading)
News & Insights
- SAILS Consortium joint project with Kathleen Claussen, “What International Law Journal Publications Tell Us About International Law and its Methodologies,”
- Bianca Anderson, “Annotated Bibliography on CROWN Legislation at the Federal, State, and Local Levels,”
- Bianca Anderson, “ 30- Cuba's Landmark Currency Unification Amidst Severe Economic Woes,” MONITORING THE LEGAL RESPONSE TO COVID-19 IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN (Jan. 20, 2021).
- Bianca Anderson, Marisol Florén-Romero, Julienne E. Grant, Jootaek Lee, Lyonette Louis-Jacques, Teresa M. Miguel-Stearns, Jonathan Pratter & Sergio D. Stone, Research Guide to Mexican Law, 35 LEGAL REFERENCE SERVICES Q. 18 (2016), DOI: 10.1080/0270319X.2016.1121077; Recipient of Reynolds and Flores Publication Award 2017, AALL Foreign and Comparative Law Special Interest Section