The Julien and Virginia Cornell Library at the Vermont Law School seeks applications for the position of Instructional Law Librarian. This faculty position teaches first semester JD legal research courses, advanced legal research courses, as well as research sessions for courses throughout the Law School. The Instructional Law Librarian participates in the library’s reference and faculty liaison program. This position selects and evaluates portions of the library’s collection. In addition to academic advising, the Instructional Law Librarian serves on Vermont Law School committees and is active in law librarianship at the local, regional, and national levels.
A detailed position description is available at: https://recruiting.paylocity.
Vermont Law School is mission-driven, guided by its motto: “Lex pro urbe et orbe,” law for the community and the world. This mission is apparent in the Law School’s longtime commitment to environmental law, social and restorative justice, and the varied careers that its students have pursued in those fields. The Law School’s students, faculty, staff, alumni, and board share a strong sense of this mission.
Vermont Law School is located on the White River in the historic village of South Royalton, VT, which is approximately a 30-minute drive from Hanover, NH, and a 45-minute drive from Montpelier, VT. For more information on the Law School please go to www.vermontlaw.edu.
– Posted 1/18/22