Research and Markets: Law Library Benchmarks, 2010-11 Edition – More Than 31% of Libraries Sampled Said That Their Budgets Would Increase in 2011

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Law Library Benchmarks, 2010-11 Edition” report to their offering.

This study presents data from a survey of more than 50 law libraries in the United States and Canada. The study presents overall and per lawyer employed spending on content/materials, books, print reporters, online services and other legal information vehicles. It covers the trends in use of floor space, overall budgets and staffing, including hiring plans and the breakdown in total staff between librarians and other employees.

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