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Law Librarians

Education and Training Requirements

High School

To become a law librarian, you will need to go to college and graduate school, so it is necessary to take college preparatory courses while in high school. Classes in civics, government, and history will give you a useful introduction to law. English and computer science classes will also help you prepare for learning the skills you will need as a librarian. Take advantage of any assignments or classes that will allow you to build useful library research skills, such as writing a paper for your English or history class.

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