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Legal Information Librarian & Lecturer in Law, Boston College Law School (Newton, MA)

Job Description
The Boston College Law Library has an exciting opportunity for a Legal Information Librarian to join our self- managed team. The Legal Information Librarian participates as a member of the Teaching & Research (T&R) team. T&R plays an essential role in providing research instruction and support to Boston College Law School students, faculty, and staff. Legal Information Librarians may teach popular for-credit legal research courses and offer additional instruction to ensure students have the necessary skills to be successful legal practitioners.

The Legal Information Librarian also provides individualized support for faculty scholarship and classroom instruction. Responsibilities may vary depending on the priorities of the law school and needs of the department. T&R operates as a self-managed team that promotes an atmosphere of teamwork, strategic action, respect, integrity, self-directed work, collegiality, and excellence.

● Provide legal research instruction to law students through research courses, guest lectures, library-
sponsored research workshops and online learning resources.
● Provide research and reference support to the Boston College Law School community.
● Serve as liaison to assigned faculty members providing support for scholarship and teaching.
● Contribute to the development of new library services and programs.

Basic Qualifications
● J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school.
● M.L.S. from an ALA-accredited institution.
● Knowledge and experience with conducting legal research and providing reference support.
● Experience or interest in providing legal research instruction through a variety of modalities.

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