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  • CALL Placement/Recruitment Committee members are available to discuss the value of employing a professional law librarian for your organization and to assist you with finding well-qualified candidates. If you would like someone to contact you, email co-chair Jessie LeMar or write to:
    Chicago Association of Law Libraries
    P.O. Box 1767
    Chicago, IL 60690-1767


A Day in the Life: Law Librarian

“A Day in the Life” is a shadowing program designed to educate people about opportunities in law librarianship. Librarians volunteer to meet with library school students, recent graduates, and/or individuals considering a career change. For more information please contact the current chair of the Placement/Recruitment Committee.

About Law Librarianship

Information about careers in law librarianship can be found on About Law Librarianship page on the American Association of Law Libraries website.

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Careers in Law Librarianship

Myths about Law Librarianship Myth 1: You have to have both a law degree and a library science degree. All Law Library Types: 41% have both Law Firms/Corporations: 11% have both Government: 27% have both Academics: 61% have both (Source: AALL 2019 Biennial Salary Survey, reporting on 2,657 individuals across 446 libraries)   Myth 2: …

Job Placement Terms & Conditions

Chicago Chapter of Law Libraries (CALL) Job Posting Terms & Conditions Specifications Any employer hiring legal information professionals and paraprofessionals, regardless of CALL membership, may post an available position with CALL at no cost. CALL, however, will only post openings from the tri-state areas: Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. All other openings should be directed to …

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