Boston College Law Library Mission
The mission of the Boston College Law Library is to provide research, educational and technological support to the Boston College Law School community. The library provides access to and assistance in the use of collections, information and technological resources; provides legal research instruction; supports faculty scholarship and teaching; and supports the use of technology throughout the law school.
Ideally, these goals will be met in an environment that is sensitive to the comfort of users and that enhances the work experience and supports the professional growth of the library staff.
Administrative & Technology Resources is responsible for fiscal affairs, personnel administration, physical plant and supplies for the law library, and for computing and communications support (front line assistance, policy and planning, installation, and training) for the law school.
Collection Services & Digital Initiatives (CSDI) builds and provides access to the library’s collection, both physical and digital. CSDI is responsible for circulation; selecting, ordering, receiving and cataloging materials; interlibrary loan, and managing electronic resources and the library’s website. CSDI is also responsible for the law school’s institutional repository and supports faculty publishing and scholarly communications.
Law Library Assistant
Digital Initiatives & Scholarly Communication Specialist
Access Services Librarian
Collection Services Librarian
Education & Reference is responsible for teaching of legal research, curriculum development, development of print and web publications, faculty support, including use of technology in the classroom, technology training for students, and reference and research assistance.
Legal Information Librarian & Lecturer in Law