The Law Library Services Unit of the Connecticut Judicial Branch currently has openings for two Law Librarian I positions. The positions require the qualified individuals to perform professional to advanced library duties, which include providing legal reference and research guidance, instruction in database searching, and catalog and collection maintenance. The job opportunities are located in Rockville, CT, and in Putnam, CT.
For complete information regarding the positions and to apply, please see the attached job posting. Applications must be received by December 17, 2018.
Please note: The attached posting is for both positions. Applicants should reference both the posting number and the location(s) of interest.
SNELLA members are invited to apply for a grant in an amount of up to $1000 in order to attend the 2018 AALL Annual Meeting & Conference in Baltimore. Please complete the scholarship application form and email it to SNELLAscholarship@gmail.com by June 15, 2018. The recipient of the scholarship will be notified by June 20, 2018.
A2J: Law Libraries and Service to the Public
Tuesday, May 8, 2018 | 9:30-2:30 | $25 for Members | $30 for Non-Members
UConn Law School, Starr Reading Room, 55 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT 06105
Register here by May 1, 2018
9:30-10:15: Registration, Continental Breakfast, & Welcoming Remarks
10:15-11:15: A2J in the Courts: Connecticut Court Service Centers. Presenters, Desiree Biggs, manager Court Service Center in Hartford & Alexandra Gillett, Program Manager for the Court Service Center Program.
11:30-12:30: A2J Education: Law libraries and public librarians. Presenters, Anne Rajotte, Head of Reference Services, University of Connecticut School of Law & Christopher Roy, Law Librarian II, Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Library at New Britain.
1:30-2:30: A2J in Public Libraries: Redefining Access to Legal Assistance for Immigrants. Presenters from The American Place Adult Education & Immigration Services at the Hartford Public Library
2:30: Closing remarks and tour
For directions and maps, see https://www.law.uconn.edu/about/maps-directions.
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