Saturday, June 14, 2008

What do reference law librarians do?

Are you interested in law librarianship? Or maybe you've just wondered what legal reference librarians do? In addition to providing traditional reference services, legal reference librarians teach Advanced Legal Research courses, serve as guest lecturers for 1L Legal Research and Writing and other upper level courses, review electronic and print materials to add to the collection, serve as liaisons to Westlaw and LexisNexis, assist faculty with research ... In addition to these responsibilities, legal reference librarians conduct their own research and writing projects. View a select collection of the works written and edited by the OCU Law Library Reference and Administrative staff as you enter the West entrance to the library; and read a short piece about "What Do You [Legal Reference Librarians] Do All Day?"