A Smarter Way to Make Early and Mid-Career Decisions
Drake, Alyson M.
Runge, Franklin L.
Williams, Austin Martin
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Provides guidance on some of the factors early and mid-career law librarians should consider when exploring their professional options. This articles encourages law librarians to set priorities, talk to mentors and peers, evaluate your current experiences, and finally look at some other factors like professional development goals, the role of the librarian within the academic institution, and finally management responsibilities. Overall, law librarians should take time to look at their career and situation at least every couple of year to evaluate your situation and see if a change would be welcomed.
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