Laura is leaving the building.*
Yes, I’m retiring, but not quite yet and not before the county hires my replacement (assuming that occurs by July 2015).
Excerpt: “The Public Law Library of King County is proud to announce a new full-time, benefit position of Public Services Attorney with the Law Library. The candidate will not only work on as a part-time reference services librarian but will develop policies and procedures to create an Access to Justice Center in the Law Library. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years of practice and an active membership with the Washington State Bar Association. A master’s degree in library science and family law experience (or other areas that are commonly needed by a self-represented litigant) are preferred….” [Link to article.]
Interested in finding out if you like being or working in law libraries?
Curious about how law libraries are different from other types of libraries?
Willing to shelve and shift books?
Not my dream job, but maybe yours: Visit Disney Careers for more information.
Master of Library or Information Science required.
5 years minimum experience in a law library work performing legal and business research;
Through the grapevine:
“4 Local Film Producers including the Producers of the IFC series “PORTLANDIA” have work in several states of Development, Pre-Production and Post-Production. The Internship would be ideal for a student seeking a position in Business Marketing and PR, or Law with an emphasis on Entertainment.
Interns will assist with setting up Film and Television Marketing Plans:
Also from LawSites: an inspiring view of the legal information world of today (which will be tomorrow really, really soon):
Leaving aside the hilarious Dilbert & Wally 9/5/01 cartoon regarding opportunities and challenges, I have to agree with Bob Ambrogi when he says, “To my mind, there has never been a more exciting or important time to be a legal information professional.” [Link to full article.]
Position: Program Analyst 4 (State Public Guardian) (LTCO14-8033): Application deadline, August 18, 2013
“The Oregon Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman is currently recruiting for one (1) permanent, full-time management service (non-supervisory) Program Analyst 4 (State Public Guardian) position. This recruitment will be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill the current vacancy and may be used to fill additional vacancies as they occur.
This new position of State Public Guardian will be housed under the umbrella of The Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman. The State Public Guardian in Oregon was created through the passage of SB 1553 in February 2014.”