The Goodson Law Library invites applications for the position of Foreign and International Law Reference Librarian to join our team of skilled and creative professionals who provide extensive reference and research services in a technologically advanced environment serving a sophisticated and research-oriented faculty and student body.
Primary areas of responsibility include in-depth research support to faculty engaged in foreign, comparative, and international areas; development of collections for foreign and international law; instruction in an advanced research course in foreign, comparative and international law research methods to JD/LLM students, and in the 1L legal research and writing course; liaison services to programs, journals, clinics, and moot court teams engaged in foreign, comparative and international areas; legal research assistance to Law School students and staff and the Duke community. Reference librarians are encouraged and supported in seeking opportunities for professional growth and educational involvement.
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Salary and Benefits: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Duke University offers a very competitive benefits package. All Duke librarians are eligible for continuing appointment and promotion under Duke University's ranking system for professional librarians. Reference Librarians are non-tenure track members of the Law School faculty at the rank of Lecturing Fellow.
Available: May 1, start date negotiable. Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.
To apply, email a cover letter expressing your interest in the position, along with a current résumé and three references to: Jennifer Behrens, Head of Reference Services, Goodson Law Library Behrens@law.duke.edu