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Careers in Education and Education Law

Posted by Library Blog on 02/27/2013 at 06:26 PM

For those who are interested in a career in education or in education law, the Law Library offers various resources for your use.  Here are five selected resources to check out.

The Chronicle of Higher Education is the publication offering the latest news, commentary and essays about public, private and community colleges and universities.  You can browse jobs by position type or conduct a keyword search.   Access to the Chronicle of Higher Education is controlled by IP address, so be sure to use the link from our Digital Resources page to get to the publication.

Ursula Furi-Perry’s Fifty Unique Legal Paths: How to Find the Right Job (Career KF297 .F87 2008 ) has a chapter on careers in academia and education.

The Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising has a publication Education Law: A Career Guide (2009).  There is information on practice settings, content areas, and finding a job. Personal narratives, a listing of organizations, and education law web resources are also included in the Guide.

To find a blog on the topic, go to the Justia BlawgSearch listing of the most popular education blogs or the ABA Journal’s Blawg Directory’s listing for Education Law.

Consult the Education Law Association to learn more about this specialized area of law practice.