The RWU Law Library seeks a librarian to join the library’s dynamic research and access services team.
For position details and to apply, please visit:https://rwu.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=111765
Ms. Raquel M. Ortiz
Assistant Dean for Library and Information Services &
Associate Professor of Law
Roger Williams University School of Law
Ten Metacom Avenue
Bristol, RI 02809
401-254-4530 l FAX: 401-254-4543
There are three new positions at St. John’s University Law School:
Reference and Scholarly Services Librarian
Reference and Access Services Librarian
Collection Services and Digital Initiatives Librarian
Please use the portal to apply.
Assistant Professor | eScholarship Repository Librarian
St. John’s University
Queens, NY 11439
The election results are in. 102 members took the time to vote – that’s a solid showing of around half of our membership.
Congratulations to our newly elected 2019-2020 officers!
VP/President Elect: Nicole Dyszlewski
Treasurer (2 year term): Rachel Weiss
Secretary (1 year term): Christie Schauder
Education Director (2 year term): Maureen Quinlan
This new slate – alongside our current VP/President Elect, Bob DeFabrizio – will officially begin their terms on July 1, 2019. We will also have a transition ceremony at our Fall Meeting later this year.
Many thanks to our new officers for their willingness to serve, and to our outgoing Treasurer, Rick Buckingham; Education Director, Danitta Wong; and Secretary, Nicole Dyszlewski, for their excellent contributions and dedication to LLNE.
LLNE President, 2018-2019
On behalf of the Nominating Committee, we would like to
present the slate of LLNE officers for 2019-2020:
President/President Elect: Nicole Dyszlewski, Head of Reference,
Instruction, and Engagement, Roger Williams University School of Law Library
Schauder, Digital Solutions Coordinator, WilmerHale
Weiss, Research Librarian Nixon, Peabody LLP
Education Director: Maureen
Quinlan, Reference/Government Documents Law Librarian, Garbrecht Law Library,
University of Maine School of Law
2019 LLNE Nominating Committee:
Nuchine Nobari, Chair
The Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries has just posted an opening in the Worcester Law Library for a Head Law Librarian. To view the posting and apply go to https://careers-trialcourtsofmass.icims.com/jobs/4365/head-law-librarian—worcester-law-library/job. Please note that the posting is open until 5/14/19. This is a great opportunity to work for anyone interested in providing a valuable service to the public, bar and courts.
Going to the LLNE spring meeting in Northampton on April 5th? Sign up for the dine around — enjoy great food and have some fun with colleagues and friends!
Your opinion is important to LLNE.
Bob DeFabrizio, LLNE’s V.P./President-Elect, will be facilitating a chat with members about…
· What’s working
· What’s not working or could work better
· Education, professional development, and social programs (topics, format, scheduling, location)
· How to enhance the value of membership
· Overall engagement and involvement
When: (Attend either of the following times.)
- Friday, March 22nd, 9 – 10 a.m.
- Friday, March 29th, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Social Law Library
John Adams Courthouse, Suite 4100
One Pemberton Square
Boston, MA 02108
Please RSVP to rdefabrizio@gmail on or before Wednesday, March 20th. Directions can be found at https://www.socialaw.com/directions.
Cannot make the meeting? Feel free to forward your comments and questions.
Thank you to Kirsten Leary, Director of Library Operations and Member Services, for graciously agreeing to host the meeting.
Blog/Social Media Editor
Interested in getting to know your fellow LLNE members and develop your editorial and technical skills? The LLNE Communications Committee is looking for an energetic LLNE member (or prospective member!) to oversee our communications channels including our blog and social media. We’re totally open to working with you to mold this into an position that will be personally satisfying and rewarding for you while helping LLNE to grow and find new ways to share information with our members. Responsibilities include:
• Collaborate with LLNE officers and committees to share news with LLNE members by posting to LLNE’s blog, and social media accounts
• Develop content and share info about LLNE and other law librarianship nuggets that our members will find helpful
• Help create a strategic plan for information sharing
If you’re interested or have any questions at all, please email current LLNE Communications and Technology Committee co-chairs: Michelle Pearse: firstname.lastname@example.org and Diane D’Angelo: email@example.com
Each year, in recognition of its role in furthering the participation and engagement of its members, the Law Librarians of New England allocates funds to support LLNE members’ attendance at LLNE meetings. These funds are distributed as easy-to-apply-for scholarships. This meeting in April sounds like a great one! All members of LLNE are encouraged (really, go ahead!) to apply for a scholarship. We look forward to receiving your applications by March 29th.
It’s that time of year! LLNE is offering a six week Legal Research Instruction Program taught by professional librarians from law school and law firms in and around Boston. Do you know anyone who’s interested in learning legal research and meeting practicing law librarians in the Boston area? For more details, and to register, go to:
Please email Brian Flaherty, firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone him: 617-353-1106, with any questions about the program.