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The Harris County Law Library seeks a dynamic, public-service oriented law librarian to join our collaborative, innovation-driven team as an Assistant Law Librarian. The position focuses on providing reference support for self-represented litigants, attorneys, and county officials of the nation’s third most-populous county. Through participation in the Law Library’s outreach efforts, instructional services, and digital content development, the position also presents a real opportunity for professional growth for a motivated law librarian seeking new challenges, including the chance to build innovative programs and create digital content through the Law Library’s Legal Tech Institute.
See the complete job description for a detailed list of duties and responsibilities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume to Law Library Deputy Director Joseph Lawson at Joseph.Lawson@cao.hctx.net. The position is currently available and applications will be considered as received.
About the Harris County Law Library: The Harris County Law Library first opened its doors in 1915 and is the oldest, continuously-operating public law library in the State of Texas. Today, as a part of the Office of Vince Ryan, Harris County Attorney, the Law Library seeks to be of service to all and promote access to justice through access to legal resources. Located within steps of more than 80 courts and several more county agencies in downtown Houston’s courthouse complex, the Law Library is located at the point of need for access to legal information and provides the resources and educational opportunities self-represented litigants and local attorneys need to effectively participate in government processes. The Law Library also works with community partners to provide additional services, including a Houston Volunteer Lawyers information booth and circulation services from the Harris County Public Library.