Update: These positions have been filled.
The BYU Law Library is seeking to hire 1-2 students as Innovation Fellows. This role offers students a chance to participate in developing and refining the Library’s Legal Tech Initiative and to conduct research on legal technology topics. Students will be paid $18.20 per hour and may work up to ten hours per week, depending on student availability. Innovation Fellows will assist with a variety of tasks, depending on individual interests and the needs of the LTI program. Tasks may include the following:
- Assist in developing curriculum for and supporting LTI workshops and labs.
- Assist in developing and supporting tech-related courses.
- Evaluate and compare various legal tech training and assessment resources.
- Produce content for the Law Library website, including blog posts and resource guides.
- Conduct research and write on tech-related topics.
Students must have completed the first year of law school. Qualified students will have an interest in technology, strong research and writing skills, and strong teamwork and communication skills. Experience or education in technology is a plus but is not required.
Interested candidates email a resume to email@example.com and include in the body of the email a brief cover letter (one paragraph is sufficient) describing their interests and qualifications. Resumes need not include grades or class rankings. The positions are open until filled. Please direct any questions to Nick Hafen (firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-422-2658).