What does a law librarian do?
Law librarians work primarily with the courts, mostly superior court judges, and assist the judges and attorneys in finding cases and statues pertaining to whatever issues come before them. Duties include maintaining an inventory of the law library, and writing memorandums that will help the judges determine fair and just resolutions.

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1. What does a law librarian do?
2. What is statutory law?
3. What is case law?
4. What is the difference between law and equity?
5. Are there any organizations for law librarians?