J.D. - Master of Library Science
The demand for law librarians with dual degrees in law and library and information science has increased dramatically in recent years. The joint J.D./M.L.S. degree prepares students for careers as law librarians in academic, governmental and law firm settings. Candidates study law courses during their first year, adding courses from the School of Library and Information Science during the remaining three years. Students are required to participate in a law library internship and write a research paper covering a topic that is relevant to both areas and supervised by faculty members from both schools.
Requirements: 84 credit hours of law courses; 30 credit hours of library and information science courses; research paper; law library internship.
For additional information contact:
IU School of Library and Information Science
755 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5195