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Gee, David (2014)
Publisher: British and Irish Association of Law Librarians
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: LAW
The Annual Academic Law Library Survey provides a snapshot of the staffing, expenditure on acquisitions, subscriptions to databases and range of services provided in the academic year 2012/2013 by 93 university and college libraries in the UK and Ireland. It is the only survey of its kind and provides data which academic law library managers use to bench-mark their own services and law course validation bodies note when appraising the provision of institutions seeking to run law courses. The survey report includes a summary of key findings, graphical representation of statistical analysis and list of academic law libraries in the UK and Ireland that returned a completed 2012/2013 survey questionnaire.
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    • Gee, David (2013) SLS/BIALL Academic Law Survey 2011/2012. Legal Information Management. 13(4), 260-277.
    • Gee, David (2012) SLS/BIALL Academic Law Survey 2010/2011. Legal Information Management. 12(3), 218-232.
    • Clinch, Peter (2011) SLS/BIALL Academic Law Library Survey 2009/2010. Legal Information Management 11(4), 272-288.
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