What is it like being a law librarian? Law librarianship offers many niches and specializations that provide opportunities to enhance job satisfaction. Examples include foreign and international law, government documents, patents, taxation, computer-related services, library administration; and special collections such as archives and antiquarian books.
What is the demand for law librarians? Law Librarian Salary & Outlook
The employment of law librarians is expected to grow at an average rate over the next decade. Law libraries will continue to be needed in law firms and corporate legal departments, where demand for legal services is expected to increase.
How do I become a law librarian UK? Qualifications can be attained by attending a library and information management training course offered by the schools of librarianship and information studies at Universities.
How much are librarians paid UK? Assistant librarian salaries range from £25,000 to £29,000, with an average salary of £27,000. Salaries for senior/deputy librarians range from £37,000 to £55,000 (with an average salary of £46,000), rising to around £63,000 for head or director of library and information services (average salary £53,500).