The New York Times featured "information sleuths" at the New York Public Library in yesterday's edition. My favorite quote from the story: "In a certain sense, the work I do begins where the Internet ends,” Mr. Boylan said. “Certain things you can’t find with Google.”
The New York Public Library features nine full-time researchers. The takeaway from the story? You can call them. You don't have to be in New York. Just like when you graduate from law school, you're welcome to get in touch with us here in the law library.
And if you're interested in work that requires you to learn something new every day, consider librarianship---law librarianship in particular if you're at Moritz getting your J.D.