Courses and administrative duties
Professor Clough's teaching experience includes courses in Advanced Legal Research and Law Librarianship. At UMass Law, he offers courses on Statutory Interpretation, Administrative Law, and Federal Indian Law.
As a law librarian, Professor Clough brings over twenty-five years of experience to UMass Law. Prior to his arrival at Southern New England School of Law, he spent six years on Beacon Hill as the Assistant Director/Head of Reference at the State Library for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts where he provided library services to the Governor’s office, executive branch agencies, and the General Court.
Earlier in his career, Spencer was the Associate Director for Public Services at the University of Connecticut School of Law library. He served as an Associate Librarian at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and began his library career while a law student at the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law.
Professor Clough is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, the American Association of Law Libraries, the American Bar Association, and the American Library Association, he is also an elected member of the library trustees for the Kingston Public Library in and a founding member of the Kingston Public Library Foundation Kingston, Massachusetts.