The Barry University Euliano Law Library is accepting applications for The Trammell/Ahlers/Studwell Law Library Fellowship! Applications will be accepted until April 1, 2016. Apply today at Barry University’s Human Resources Job Page. The Fellowship develops promising new professionals in academic law librarianship by supporting a career training program at the Euliano Law Library.
Are you interested in working as a law librarian? Are you interested in other careers for which you can use your Juris Doctor degree besides practicing law? Law librarianship may be just the career for you. Check out our flyer about the Fellowship! Euliano Law Library Fellowship 2016
Listen to what our current Fellow, Braulio Rodriguez, has to say about the program.
“The fellowship was an incredible learning experience. From the first day to the very last, my time was filled with activities aimed at teaching me all aspects of the law library. For example, during a typical week I would spend mornings working directly with the director of the law library covering an array of topics including budget issues, contract negotiation, and project management. On most afternoons, I would work directly with librarians in Reference, Circulation, and even Tech Services on various topics including student and faculty research questions, shifting, deselection, and digital resource management. Still, the fellowship allowed me the opportunity to utilize what I learned throughout the time to pursue the area of information services/management I am most interested in: legislative history. More importantly, the fellowship provided me with countless opportunities to build relationships with librarians that have carried on well past the summer. Anyone interested in pursuing a career in law librarianship would be remiss to not apply!”