Boston College Legal Information Librarian / Lecturer in Law in Boston, Massachusetts
Boston College Introduction
Founded in 1863, Boston College is a Jesuit, Catholic university located six miles from downtown Boston with an enrollment of 9,377 full-time undergraduates and 4,420 graduate and professional students. Ranked 37 among national universities, Boston College has 878 full-time and 1,201 FTE faculty, 2,750 non-faculty employees, an operating budget of $1 billion, and an endowment in excess of $2.2 billion.
The Legal Information Librarian participates as
a member of the professional Education & Reference (“E&R”) team to
provide research and technology instruction and reference service to Boston
College Law School students, faculty, staff, and other members of the
university community. The E&R team
supports the educational and scholarly mission of the law school through a
pro-active program designed to enhance support for faculty research and to
integrate legal research instruction throughout the curriculum. Team members accomplish this mission by
building liaison relationships with faculty members and student groups,
teaching semester-long introductory and advanced legal research classes, designing
specialized research instruction for specific faculty-led courses, by taking a
leading role in introducing new technologies into the classroom, and by
participating in professional activities at a regional and national level.
Rotation through evenings is required during the academic year and some weekend rotations may be required.
Department: 056601 - Law Library
Position: 00007221 - Legal Information Librarian
Full-Time Equivalent Hiring Range: $72,600 to $90,750; salary commensurate with relevant experience.
and M.L.S. from accredited institutions.
- Demonstrated knowledge of basic and
advanced legal research sources and techniques using print and electronic
sources such as Bloomberg Law, Lexis, Westlaw, and integrated library
- Ability to quickly learn new
technologies with little or no instruction, develop appropriate documentation
and training aids, and teach the technologies to others.
- Ability and willingness to lead the law
school community into adopting new educational technologies; instruct faculty
members in the use of these technologies, including PowerPoint, HTML, and web
course management software.
interest and demonstrated professional experience in legal research
instruction, including curriculum development, teaching in large- and
small-group settings, and using a wide range of educational technologies.
- Ability and willingness to address the research needs of law school faculty in
a proactive manner.
- Strong writing,
speaking, personal organization and inter-personal skills.
- Self-motivated, able to work independently
and as part of a team, and enthusiastic about embracing the challenges of an
evolving profession in a time of major change.
Boston College offers a broad and competitive range of benefits depending on your job classification eligibility:
Tuition remission for Employees
Tuition remission for Spouses and Children who meet eligibility requirements
Generous Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Low-Cost Life Insurance
Eligibility for both University-Funded 401k and Employer-Sponsored 403b Retirement Plans
Paid Holidays Annually
Generous Sick and Vacation Pay
Additional benefits can be found on https://www.bc.edu/employeehandbook
Boston College conducts background checks as part of the hiring process.
Boston College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of any legally protected category including disability and protected veteran status. To learn more about how BC supports diversity and inclusion throughout the university please visit the Office for Institutional Diversity athttps://www.bc.edu/offices/diversity.
Boston College's Notice of Nondiscrimination can be viewed at https://www.bc.edu/nondiscrimination.