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AALL Spectrum / January/February 2017 / Volume 21, Number 3

AALL Spectrum / Published by American Association of Law Libraries

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28 AALL SPECTRUM | WWW.AALLNET.ORG S earching for a law library job just out of school can be a daunting task. With dozens of job searching sites, posting aggregators, and listservs providing information, it can be dicult to si through all the uninteresting postings to get to positions you would actually want. is article aims to help you begin the job search process, with advice on how to use research institutions and professional networks to improve searches, use the job posting itself to create better application materials, and what to do to set yourself apart. To get you started, I interviewed four recently graduated and hired librarians about their job searching experience. eir responses as well as my own are included to serve as a best practice guide. Best practices for searching and securing your first law library position. BY DUSTIN GREEN AFTER THE DIPLOMA THE JOB SEARCH IS ON

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