Cornell Law Library: Research Services Librarian

Cornell Law Library

Position: Research Services Librarian

Deadline Date: Application requested October 14, 2011

The Research Services Librarian provides extensive reference and research service to the law school and university communities in Anglo-American, international, and foreign law. Service to faculty is a priority, with an active liaison program. The Research Services Librarian is an instructor in a variety of courses and workshops, including the first year lawyering course and various research courses for upper level credit. This position also carries the title of Lecturer in Law. The Research Services Librarian works with technology for research and teaching; creates and selects the content for research web pages and guides; is responsible for content development of the Library’s web site with other professionals; and prepares bibliographies, library exhibits, and other current awareness services. In addition to regularly scheduled reference shifts during the week, there are periodic Saturday reference hours. The Law Library promotes an environment where creativity and innovation are highly valued. The Research Services Librarian participates in library planning committees and task forces; engages in campus, regional, and national professional organizations and collaborative activities; and is expected to be professionally active, representing the Library and the University in the academic, scholarly, and professional community.

Application: To apply for this position go to:, search under the job category of Librarians, select job posting 15888 and follow the instructions for online submission.