Have an interest in law librarianship? The Stanford Law School Robert Crown Law Library is hosting the J. Paul Lomio Memorial Fellowship this summer. This role is intended to give J.D. candidates interested in law librarianship an opportunity to apply and hone their skills and knowledge in an academic law library setting. Fellows working under the guidance and supervision of Stanford’s law librarians, will learn about the overall functions, policies, and practices of the Robert Crown Law Library.

The Fellowship is open for both in-person or remote candidates, with a preference for in-person candidates. Fellows must commit to six consecutive weeks of full-time employment. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with a preference for applications submitted by April 22, 2022. The Fellowship will provide a $6,000 stipend.

Applicants are required to submit the following:

  • Cover letter with statement of interest
  • Current resume
  • Contact information for three professional references (including email address and phone number)

Visit the Fellowship’s webpage to learn more about eligibility, requirements, and to apply!

Inquiries about the fellowship may be directed to:
Beth Williams
Senior Director, Robert Crown Law Library

Are you curious about a career in law librarianship? Want to learn more about opportunities for networking or gaining library experience while earning your JD? Your UR Law librarians are always happy to answer any questions you have!

Paid summer fellowship at the Stanford Law School Robert Crown Law Library! Considering remote candidates!

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