Law Librarians

Law librarians are professionally trained librarians who work in legal settings such as court systems, private law firms, government libraries, corporate law departments, and law schools.

Quick Facts
Duties Conduct research for lawyers, judges, students, clerks, and faculty; maintain libraries for law firms, corporations, law schools, government agencies and courts; catalog materials and develop library budgets
Alternate Title(s) Academic Law Librarians, Government Law Librarians, Reference Librarians
Salary Range $25,000 to $100,000
Employment Prospects Fair
Advancement Prospects Fair
Work Environment Primarily Indoors
Best Geographical Location(s) Opportunities are available throughout the United States
Education and Training
  • Master's Degree
Related School Subjects
  • Computer Science
  • English
Experience Experience as an intern, volunteer, or part-time employee at a law library or other library
  • Computer
  • Information Management
  • Research
Personality Traits
  • Organized
  • Problem-Solving
  • Technical
Licensure/Certification None
Special Requirements None
Career Ladder
  • Law Library Director
  • Acquisition Law Librarian
  • Law Librarian
  • Library Assistant
  • Library Clerk

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