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Florida International University, College of Law Library
Miami, Florida, United States (on-site)
2 days ago
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, Illinois, United States (on-site)
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Los Angeles, California, United States (hybrid)
11 days ago
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Chicago, Illinois, United States (hybrid)
13 days ago
University of Michigan Law Library
Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States (on-site)
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New York, United States (on-site)
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Washington University Law Library
St. Louis, Missouri, United States (on-site)
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Charlottesville, Virginia, United States (hybrid)
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The George Washington University Law School
Washington, Dist. Columbia, United States (hybrid)
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Washington, Dist. Columbia, United States (hybrid)
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Florida International University
Miami, Florida, United States (on-site)
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Boston University School of Law
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
1 day ago
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$84,000.00 - $130,000.00
Min Experience
0-1 Year
Min Education
Master's Degree
Required Travel
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function
Legal Education


Why should you want to work with us? At BU, reference librarians are integrated into the classroom from the very beginning.  We teach alongside the Lawyering faculty in the yearlong 1L research and writing classes. This gives each of us a cohort of law students with whom we form lasting relationships that continue throughout their time at BU Law. We work with each other and with the Lawyering faculty to design effective, interesting, and engaging classes and exercises that ensure our students learn what they need for their classes and for their future work as lawyers. But our time with students doesn't end after 1L year. We also teach advanced legal research classes for credit as well as our popular Legal Research Certificate program.

Okay, but it can't all be teaching, right? Correct! We also support our incredible faculty in their scholarship by providing excellent research, RA training, in-class trainings, and other research support for their classes and clinics. We staff a virtual reference desk and chat line, providing answers to law and university community members who have questions on everything from citation format to the new summer associate who is panicking about their first assignment. We are each a liaison to one of BU's journals where we conduct trainings and meet with each student individually on their note topic and research. Whatever our folks need, we are here to help!

Who would you get to work with? In the Research Services Department we work collaboratively to plan classes, test out new ideas (we even celebrate taking big swings that don't turn into homeruns), and support each other to make sure we not only provide the best teaching and research we possibly can, but also to ensure that when life crops up we truly have each others backs. We are a group who enjoys working with each other and who excels at finding humor in our job every single day. We also have exceptional colleagues in other library departments, a wonderful Dean, and charming Director who go out of their way to help us succeed.

Boston University School of Law is a community of leading legal scholars, teachers, students and alumni, dedicated to providing one of the finest legal educations in the world. Since our doors opened in 1872, we have admitted and enrolled accomplished students to our program regardless of their race, gender, and religion. The breadth and depth of our curriculum and scholarship as well as our innovative spirit are distinctive in U.S. legal education. Located in the vibrant and exciting city of Boston, we serve approximately 80 full-time faculty and 125 part-time faculty, 700 JD and 300 full and part-time LLM students. With over 1 million volumes, the Samuel M. Fineman Law Library and the Pappas Law Library have one of the nation's largest collections, with specialties in Tax, Intellectual Property, Health Law, and Foreign, Comparative, and International Law. We have openings for three reference librarians, with a preference for those interested in Foreign, Comparative, and International Law Research, Student Services, and Transactional Law Research.  Boston University allows remote work depending on job responsibilities and time of year.


JD and MLIS.

Prior instruction and library experience preferred.

Core skills include oral communication, public speaking, and a willingness to learn.

Candidates with 5 or more years of experience will be eligible to be hired at the level of Senior Legal Information Librarian. 

Job ID: 73551652

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