Description of library
The law library serves the needs of the law school faculty and students, and secondarily the attorneys and the public. Its collection includes primary and secondary legal materials and legal periodicals, both in print, microform and online format.
Description of internship
The student will be working in the public services section, helping the public services librarians, learning various aspects of circulation, reference, and patron services. Special projects such as library displays, pathfinders, and provide assistance in legal research projects.
Strong interest in law librarianship.
Familiarity with legal materials.
Flexible 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. Occassional weekend and evening hours if needed.
Learning/experiential goals or work outcomes expected
Experience in providing legal reference and understanding of circulation, patron services, and the legal reference and research.
The LIS evaluation form is used. Evaluations will be done in the middle and the end of the semester.