Law Librarian Application
A law librarian is defined as a person, who has a Master of Library of Science (MLS) degree or a Doctorate in Jurisprudence (JD) or a master's degree in a related field and works with legal information in a library or legal information center of a law firm, government agency, law school or court.
For the three-year period following the adoption of law librarian membership, July 1, 2007, law librarians are eligible for a waiver from the educational requirements. The waiver includes:
Applicants who are not seeking a waiver must meet one of the following minimum educational requirements:
Annual dues are indicated within the category selection. Prorated dues will be charged at the time of checkout based on join date.