January 15, 2010
Opening: Fellowships in Law Librarianship at Univ. of Arizona Law Library
The University of Arizona Cracchiolo Law Library has two to three openings for fellowships in law librarianship. In order to be considered for the fellowship an applicant must have a JD and be accepted for admission by the School of Information Resources and Library Science for its Master’s program at the University of Arizona.
In return for working 20 hours a week in the law library fellows receive free tuition, benefits and a salary of $11,000 a year. There are a few incidental university fees that the fellow must pay and the free tuition is considered income for IRS tax purposes. Details at
If interest, contact Michael Chiorazzi, Associate Dean for Information Services, Professor of Law and Professor of Information Resources & Library Science.