CLOSED. Job Posting: Research Specialist @ Nelson Mullins

Overview

Nelson Mullins is seeking a Research Specialist to join its growing
Research & Information Services (RIS) team to provide legal and
non-legal research services and analysis across a range of practice
areas.  This position is eligible for a hybrid or fully remote work
arrangement, based on location.  We welcome applicants nationwide, but
preference will be given to candidates able to provide support for our
West coast offices past 5:30 PM ET.

A Day in the Life

The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills, a
commitment to providing high-quality work product, and customer-oriented
service as well as the ability to work cooperatively with the full RIS
team to accomplish the following:

         * Provide accurate research and reference assistance to attorneys in
all practice areas in a timely and cost-effective manner.
        * Analyze and communicate findings in a clear and concise manner
        * Serve as a Research Specialist liaison to a number of practice teams
        * Monitor current industry and legal developments for the practice
teams and inform attorneys of important events through appropriate means

        * Critically evaluate and recommend legal and business information
resources
        * Stay abreast of developing technologies and issues impacting law
firms and information providers.
        * Utilize a centralized workflow tool to provide expert research and
consultative services to attorneys and staff.
        * Provide support on other projects or duties as assigned.

We Know You

To be considered for this role you must have a Master’s Degree in
Library/Information Services and/or a J.D. Degree and at least 4 years
of experiences conducting research within a large law firm. You must
have the ability to conduct research on a variety of legal and business
topics. This position will require extensive use of research tools that
include Bloomberg Law, Westlaw Edge and Lexis Plus.

In addition, expert level attention to detail and organization skills
will be a necessity to carry out the responsibility of this job in a
professional manner. You must be able to work in a fast-paced
environment with tight deadlines and the ability to deal with
unscheduled events that may require changing priorities with little
notice. In this role you must be able to collaborate with attorneys,
paralegals, law clerks, and administrative assistants while managing the
various personalities and expectations.

To apply online:

https://careers-nelsonmullins.icims.com/jobs/3057/research-specialist/job

Job: Metadata Services Librarian at Wise Law Library

The University of Colorado Law School’s William A. Wise Law Library is seeking an innovative, enthusiastic, and service-driven individual to serve as the Metadata Librarian to oversee metadata creation and provide access to the library’s diverse collection of materials. The Metadata Librarian is responsible for managing catalog metadata, including production and quality assurance; analyzing and executing bibliographic record loads into the catalog; overseeing authority control processing; monitoring and managing outsourced contract cataloging; and supervising the Metadata Services Assistant. The Metadata Librarian also collaborates on digital projects by creating, implementing, and maintaining digital metadata policies and procedures.
If you’re interested, or know someone who might be, please check out the job posting (and apply) here.

Job Posting: Research Librarian @ Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP, an AmLaw 200 Law Firm with 12 offices and 250+ attorneys, seeks a Reference Librarian/Research Analyst to join our Library research team, ideally to be based out of our Las Vegas Office. We would also consider a strong candidate who is based out of our Denver office or another Brownstein office location, with a possible option for a fully remote or hybrid work model. This position works with other members of the Library Services Department to meet the information needs of attorneys and staff in all office locations, and reports to the Library Director.

For more information, click here.

Job Posting: Instructional Services Librarian @ Colorado Law

The University of Colorado law library is seeking a librarian with a strong interest in teaching to fill the role of Instructional Services and Research Librarian.  In this position, the librarian is required to provide formal classroom instruction, teach legal research to first year law students, participate in applying instructional design to the law library’s course offerings, and offer instruction in other settings such as clinical programs and in doctrinal classes.  For more information, the complete position description and application instructions are available here

Job Posting: National Indian Law Library

The National Indian Law Library at the Native American Rights Fund is hiring a Law Librarian. See our website for the vacancy announcement and job description: https://www.narf.org/contact-us/join-team/.

Location: Native American Rights Fund, Boulder, CO

Closing Date: open until filled, with preference given to those applications received before October 8, 2021


The Native American Rights Fund is a non-profit national Indian legal services organization representing Indian tribes, organizations, and individuals in Indian law matters of major significance. NARF’s main office is in Boulder, Colorado, with additional offices in Washington, D.C., and Anchorage, Alaska.

NARF is looking for a full time experienced Law Librarian responsible for providing general library services that support the mission of the National Indian Law Library (NILL), which includes supporting the legal work of NARF and the Indian law information needs of the general public. This position may be temporarily remote until
conditions are safe to return to work at the Boulder, Colorado office. NARF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Required Qualifications: MLS/MLIS (or equivalent) and at least five years of experience in a law library or a JD. Knowledge of Indian law and Indian law resources and knowledge of digital publishing, digitization, and website content editing are preferred. American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians are encouraged to apply. For full position description and qualifications, see our website: https://www.narf.org/contact-us/join-team/.


The salary range is $75,508.00 to $97,846.00 depending on experience and qualifications. Generous benefits package includes: health, dental, and vision insurance, 15 days of paid annual leave, 8 hours of paid sick leave per month, 6 weeks of paid parental leave and medical/disability leave within a rolling twelve-month period, 3% employer contribution to employee 401k plan after one year of service, group life insurance, accident insurance, and short-term and long term disability insurance.

Application Procedure: Submit by email: a cover letter and resume to: Anne Lucke, Library Director, Native American Rights Fund, 1506 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302, nill@narf.org.

Job Posting: Law Librarian/Research Analyst – Robert Reich, Denver, CO

Job posting details:

URL: https://apply.workable.com/r2d2/j/FC4E187F20/


Description:We are an early-stage software company with a focus on Governance, Risk, and Compliance and we are looking for a freelance tech-savvy law professional to help with a research project.

Requirements:

  • Thorough understanding of legislative documents: Bills, Statutes, Codes, and Registers
  • Thorough understanding of Bluebook citations for the US and other international standards
  • 3 + years of Law Liberian experience
  • 2+ years of legal research
  • Knowledge of the legal XSD Akoma Ntoso is a big plus (http://docs.oasis-open.org/legaldocml/ns/akn/3.0)
  • Passion for reading and finding patterns in Bills, Statutes, Codes, and Registers
  • Provide in-depth as well as a quick reference to our engineering teams about legislative documents
  • Participate in stand-ups and vendor calls
  • Software development exposure of any kind is a plus

Job Posting: Research and Reference Librarian, Denver HQ Library

POSITION: Research and Reference Librarian, Denver HQ Library

SALARY RANGE: CL 27/1 ($54,346) – CL 28/25 ($81,451). Salary is commensurate with experience, qualifications and education. Full range of benefits available.

OPEN DATE: August 30, 2019.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled. Preference given to resumes received by September 30, 2019.

POSITION OVERVIEW: This collaborative and project-oriented librarian position provides reference and research service to court staff and the general public; participates in the creation of library guides and displays; participates in collection development; assists with creating and presenting training sessions; and, works across departments to assist with digitization, archiving, cataloging, and library administration-related projects. This position is located at the headquarters for the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Library in Denver, Colorado.

REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS: Masters Degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution AND at least one year of professional law library experience AND a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. Qualified candidates will also have solid print and electronic research skills (including Lexis and Westlaw); familiarity with both print and electronic resources; experience working with instructional technology and multi- media formats; an ability to work with a diverse patron base; excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills; and, a willingness to make presentations and conduct training sessions. Candidates must excel in a team environment. Additional duties as assigned. Travel within the circuit may be required.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Applicants must be U.S. citizens or eligible to work in the United States. Excepted service appointments are “at will” and may be terminated by either the court or the employee at any time. Appointment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Employees are subject to the Judicial Code of Conduct. Direct deposit of pay required.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit cover letter and resume to HR@ca10.uscourts.gov. Documents should be submitted as one PDF attachment. In subject line, reference vacancy announcement #19L06.

THE FEDERAL COURTS ARE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS

Job Posting: Branch Librarian, Oklahoma Federal Court Libraries

POSITION:                Branch Librarian, Oklahoma Federal Court Libraries

LOCATION:              Oklahoma City, OK

SALARY RANGE:     CL 27/1 – CL 28/25 ($49,772 — $74,596). Salary is commensurate with experience, qualifications and education. Full range of benefits available.

OPEN DATE:             August 30, 2019.

CLOSING DATE:      Open Until Filled – Preference given to resumes received by September 30, 2019.

POSITION OVERVIEW: The Branch Librarian for the Oklahoma Branch Libraries manages and maintains law libraries within the Tulsa and Oklahoma City courthouses. The librarian is responsible for providing reference and research services to the federal judges and judiciary staff in the Eastern, Western, and Northern Districts of Oklahoma in their respective courthouses. The Branch Librarian will work with the Circuit Librarian and other Research and Reference Librarians circuit-wide as necessary to develop and deliver training and educational programs to court staff, as well as provide online reference and research services throughout Oklahoma (including Westlaw, Lexis-Nexis, OCLC, SIRSI ILS, and the judiciary intranet). The librarian is expected to perform outreach, as well as be comfortable with emerging technologies, and is responsible for improving access to online databases and Internet resources and providing training for such resources. The librarian may perform chambers collection maintenance, as needed. The librarian will work as part of a collaborative team on library-wide issues and projects with other librarians in the Circuit. Additional duties as assigned. This position reports to the Associate Circuit Librarian in Denver and will supervise one full-time Library Technician in Tulsa.

REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS: Master’s degree in Library Science from an ALA- accredited institution AND a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school (Bar certification not required); at least three years of professional library experience in a law library or legal research setting.

Expert online research skills (including Lexis and Westlaw) and in-depth familiarity with both print and electronic resources; highly comfortable with providing digital reference service; excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills, including the ability to make presentations and conduct training sessions; strong service orientation; ability to work alone and as part of a team; flexibility; initiative. Regular travel to multiple locations is required.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Applicants must be U.S. citizens or eligible to work in the United States. Excepted service appointments are “at will” and may be terminated by either the court or the employee at any time. Appointment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Employees are subject to the Judicial Code of Conduct. Direct deposit of pay required.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit cover letter and resume to HR@ca10.uscourts.gov. Documents should be submitted as one PDF attachment. In subject line, reference vacancy announcement #19L07.

THE FEDERAL COURTS ARE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS

Job Posting: Instructional Services Librarian at Colorado Law

The University of Colorado law library is seeking a librarian with a strong interest in teaching to fill the role of Instructional Services and Research Librarian.  In this position, the librarian is required to provide formal classroom instruction, teach legal research to first year law students, participate in applying instructional design to the law library’s course offerings, and offer instruction in other settings such as clinical programs and in doctrinal classes.  For more information, the complete position description and application instructions are available online

The deadline for applications to receive first consideration is Friday, August 15th.