Head of Foreign and International Law @ Yale Law Library

22 Sep 2016 9:59 PM | Deleted user

A new Head of Foreign and International Law position is now available.


As a member of the Law Library’s Research Services team and reporting to the Associate Librarian for Research Services, the Head of Foreign and International Law at the Lillian Goldman Law Library specializes in foreign, comparative, and international law reference and instruction. Together with the Associate Librarian for Collections and Access, the Curator of Foreign and International Law, the Senior Librarian for Reference, Instruction and Collection Development, and other selectors of material for the law library, develops expertise in foreign, comparative, and international law collection development in all formats.

Together with the Associate Librarian for Research Services, leads the law library’s effort to support Yale Law School faculty and students in the areas of foreign and international law through reference, research, and instructional support. Consults with Yale Law School faculty, students, and staff, on research projects and issues related to foreign and international law. Coordinates foreign and international law focused outreach to law faculty, students, and staff via the library website, office hours, workshops, guest lectures, and other efforts. Teaches a for-credit class specializing in foreign and international law. Teaches legal research classes within the library’s for-credit and not-for-credit instructional program.

Works with the other members of the Research Services team to deliver Anglo-American and foreign, comparative, and international research support and instruction to law school faculty, students, and staff, and to other members of the university community, in a dynamic and challenging environment. Serves as a liaison to members of the faculty especially those interested in foreign, comparative, and international law as well as other members of the faculty as assigned. Develops research guides and other documentation, both print and electronic, to educate and assist patrons in conducting legal research and using library resources. Participates in developing the Library’s online presence via the web site and other electronic means.

Supervises at least one professional librarian. May supervise support staff and student workers. Participates in library planning committees, working groups, and task forces within the Law Library and the University Library. Seeks opportunities for professional growth and involvement. Engages in campus, regional, national, and international professional organizations and collaborative activities. Expected to be professionally active and represents the Library and the University in the academic, scholarly, and professional community.


Candidates should apply at: 


STARS Req No. 39797BR.

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