Getting ready for summer employment? Get prepared by scheduling a research consultation with a librarian. Consultations provide customized preparation for summer jobs, clerkships, public interest work, and post-graduate positions.

Stop by the circulation desk any time to sign up for an appointment, or visit our website for more information.

 

Under the supervision of the Assistant Director for Access Services, the Access and Research Services Librarian is responsible for:

  • Managing the daily operations of the Access Services Department, including circulation, reserves, document delivery, and stacks;
  • Performing research and reference services;
  • Serving as a liaison to Law School faculty;
  • Depending upon qualifications, teaching legal research courses as needed

M.L.I.S. or equivalent graduate degree from ALA accredited institution; two years’ experience in an academic or law library access services department or related experience; strong service orientation; strong organization skills and attention to detail; excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills; ability to work with diverse individuals at all levels of a complex organization; ability to work independently and function in a collegial, teamwork-oriented environment which emphasizes excellent customer service and delivery of exemplary library reference and research services.

Preferred: J.D. from ABA accredited institution; management or supervisory experience; knowledge of legal materials and research strategies; teaching experience.

Application: For a detailed description and to apply for this position go to: http://careers.hr.cornell.edu/, search under the job category of Librarians, select job posting 23468 and follow the instructions for online submission. Please include a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for three references. Position is available July 1, 2014; however, the start date is negotiable. Applications will be reviewed as received, and the posting will close on April 21, 2014.

NOTES:

  • Employer will assist with relocation costs.
  • Additional Salary Information: Competitive
  • Internal Number: 23468

Saturday, Mar. 29                                            Closed

Sunday, Mar. 30                                          Closed

Monday, Mar. 31- Friday Apr. 4                 8am-5pm

Saturday, Apr. 5                                           Closed

Sunday, Apr. 6                               Regular hours resume

New in HeinOHOLlogo_fullcolornline, the Selden Society Publications and the History of Early English Law contains searchable digital images of the entire series of Selden Society publications and Ames Foundations publications, as well as other useful materials on English legal history, all searchable in one location.  The Selden Society Annual Series includes scholarly editions of essential common-law source materials back to the Middle Ages.  Publications of the Ames Foundation include modern scholarly editions of the Year Books to Richard II (1377-1399) in the original languages and translated into modern English and other sources of early English legal history.

If you have questions about our new databases, please contact Nina Scholtz (nes78@cornell.edu), Digital Resources Librarian.

Just two days left for our annual book sale in the Reading Room! The items for sale are extra copies from our collection and you never know what gem you might stumble upon. Need a newish outline or hornbook for finals or bar prep? You just might find one!

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Book Sale

Now that the new semester is in full-swing, here are a few notes to keep in mind as things get underway:

Library Fines

  • Effective January 22, 2014, the maximum fine for overdue equipment and reserves has been changed from $35 to $150.  These changes were made on a University-wide level to ensure that materials are returned in a timely manner for the use of the next borrower.

Lost and Found

  • The circulation desk has a large number of lost and found items that accumulated over break. If you are missing any books, flash drives, clothing, study guides, coffee mugs, etc., please see us to retrieve your materials before February 1.

  • Carrels located on the first, fourth, new ground, and basement floors may be reserved for one semester at a time by 2Ls, 3Ls, LLMs, and exchange students.
  • Each carrel must be shared by two students. Students may select a carrel partner or choose to have the library assign one.
  • Carrels located on the second floor may not be reserved and are available daily on a first-come, first served basis to all law students.
  • See Janet Gillespie personally in room 352 to reserve a carrel.
  • Questions may be directed to Janet at jmg32@cornell.edu or 607-255-5854.
  • All carrels are numbered. A map of the carrels will be made available with the signup form for easy identification.

SPRING 2014 SIGN UP DATES:

Wednesday, January 22 8am-12pm

1pm-5pm

For students serving on journals, moot courts, or working for a professor
Thursday, January 23 8am-12pm

1pm-5pm

For all other 2Ls, 3Ls, LLMs, and exchange students

Law Library services will be limited to the circulation desk on Monday, January 20.  The desk will open at 8am and close at 5pm.  All other library services will resume at 8am on Tuesday, January 21.

The Law Library will close at 2p.m. today. We will reopen on Thursday, January 2nd. Happy Holidays!

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