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Location : California - Los Angeles
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This is one of the top five firms in the country. The best of everything is what associates have here, from work to technology to beautiful office space and capable support staff. Although working on these headline-making cases doesn't come without a serious committment of time, many of the associates we know would not think of working anywhere else. The best work in this office comes from their antitrust department, although there is not a section that is not constantly inundated with sophisticated work. And, with offices in every city and major international legal markets, opportunities abound for highly credentialed lawyers.
Los Angeles office seeks an assistant librarian with 4+ years of experience in library operations and 5+ years of experience performing business research and analysis in a professional services or law firm setting. The candidate will provide corporate and legal research and reference services to attorneys, legal assistants, secretaries, administrative and marketing staff. Present informal and formal presentations for training all Law Library patrons in the use of the Library's print collection and computer databases. Provide current awareness services for regulatory, statutory, news, business, and research topics; developing and implementing written best practices for research staff. Prepare instructional materials and other written materials to help facilitate the use of the Library and encourage the utilization of available resources. Participate in the planning and teaching of research and database training. Train and coordinate reference staff and assist the Head Librarian with administrative tasks and large projects. A Bachelor's degree, preferably in business or finance is required. Master's in Library Science required. Knowledge of Library principles, organization, operations and procedures and experience with standard secondary research sources, financial data services, corporate documents and SEC precedent searching is needed. Technical requirements include an in-depth understanding of Lexis, Westlaw, CourtLink, CCH, RIA, Checkpoint, Dialog, Mergent Online, Thomson Research, 10-K Wizard and other comparable legal and business research databases along with intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office.
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