Law Library Benchmarks 2018-19 Edition

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 The report looks closely at the current policies and plans of North American law libraries in many areas, focusing especially on plans for information spending, with specific data on databases, books, reporters, eBooks, directories, magazines, newspapers, and other information vehicles. It also gives detailed information on how a sampling of law librarians view the information use training and other policies of major vendors of legal information.  They also discuss their plans for information purchases in the future.  The report includes a highly detailed segment on what librarians are doing in the area of artificial intelligence, including data on use of products from many specific AI vendors, and librarians’ perceptions about how they view AI and how it is viewed by top non-library management in their organizations.  The report also gives trend data on overall library budgets.

This biennial study of law firms presents data from 42 law libraries in the USA and Canada.  Data is broken out by type of law library (corporate, university, courthouse, other) and by number of librarians employed, and for US and Canadian law libraries.

Just a few of the 120-page report’s many findings are that:

  •     In 2018, the average size of budgets at the law libraries sampled is expected to be $2,105,677 an increase of about 5% over the prior year.
  •     Print materials accounted for a much higher percentage of the materials budgets of the Canadian law libraries sampled than the American ones, with 66% earmarked for print, compared to 36.2% in the U.S.
  •     Law firm libraries are more likely than university libraries and courthouse libraries to say they will spend more on Bloomberg Law in the following year.
  •     26.7% of law libraries in the sample with more than 3 full time librarians felt that the use of artificial intelligence in legal information searching was an “absolutely critical” technology right now.
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THE QUESTIONNAIRE   

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS   
Number of Full-Time Employees at the Library (Non-Librarians)   
Spending on Salaries for Library Employees   
Size of Library Budget in 2016   
Size of Library Budget in 2017   
Size of Library Budget in 2018   
Expenditures for Content/Materials in 2016   
Expenditures for Content/Materials in 2017   
Expenditures for Content/Materials in 2018   
Expenditures for Online Databases in 2016   
Expenditures for Online Databases in 2017   
Expenditures for Online Databases in 2018   
Percentage of Materials/Content Budget Accounted for By Print   
Percentage of Materials/Content Budget Accounted for By Electronic Resources   
Number of States with Annotated Statutory Codes   
Projected Spending on Bloomberg in Next Two Years   
Projected Spending on Thomson/Reuters/West in Next Two Years   
Projected Spending on Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis in Next Two Years   
Projected Spending on Wolters/Kluwers/CCH in Next Two Years   
Projected Spending on the American Bar Association in Next Two Years   
Time/Effort Put Into Information Literacy Activities by Librarians   
Quality of Vendor Training Experience Provided by LexisNexis   
Quality of Vendor Training Experience Provided by West   
Quality of Vendor Training Experience Provided by Hein   
Importance of Automated/Robotic Approaches to Legal Information Searching   
Importance of Artificial Intelligence Approaches to Legal Information Searching   
Spending on Information Programs/Services for Artificial Intelligence   
Usage of the Artificial Intelligence Products/Services of Various Vendors   
Paid Subscriptions to Legal Journals with Print but No Electronic Access   
Paid Subscriptions to Legal Journals with Electronic Access but No Print Counterpart   
Paid Subscriptions to Legal Journals with Both Print and Electronic Access   
Spending on Print/Electronic Versions of Journals in 2017   
Spending on Print/Electronic Versions of Journals in 2018   
Spending on Print Magazine/Newspaper Subscriptions in 2017   
Spending on Print Magazine/Newspaper Subscriptions in 2018   
Spending on Traditional Print Books in 2017   
Spending on Traditional Print Books in 2018   
Spending on eBooks in 2017   
Spending on eBooks in 2018   
Spending on Print Reporters in 2017   
Spending on Print Reporters in 2018   

List of Tables
Table 1.1 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by the library?   
Table 1.2 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by the library?  Broken out by Country   
Table 1.3 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by the library?  Broken out by type of law library   
Table 1.4 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by the library?  Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 2.1 What was the library's total spending (in US$) on salaries last year, including retirement contributions, for all employees of the library?   
Table 2.2 What was the library's total spending (in US$) on salaries last year, including retirement contributions, for all employees of the library?  Broken out by Country   
Table 2.3 What was the library's total spending (in US$) on salaries last year, including retirement contributions, for all employees of the library?  Broken out by type of law library   
Table 2.4 What was the library's total spending (in US$) on salaries last year, including retirement contributions, for all employees of the library?  Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
What single task or objective has taken an increasing amount of staff time in recent years and why has so much staff time been devoted to it? Broken out by type of law library   
Which tasks, if any, does your library outsource? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 3 What was the library's budget (in US$) in each of the following years? (including spending for salaries)   
Table 3.1.1 What was the library's budget in 2016 (in US$)?  (including spending for salaries)   
Table 3.1.2 What was the library's budget in 2016 (in US$)?  (including spending for salaries) Broken out by Country   
Table 3.1.3 What was the library's budget in 2016 (in US$)?  (including spending for salaries) Broken out by type of law library   
Table 3.1.4 What was the library's budget in 2016 (in US$)?  (including spending for salaries) Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 3.2.1 What was the library's budget in 2017 (in US$)? (including spending for salaries)   
Table 3.2.2 What was the library's budget in 2017 (in US$)? (including spending for salaries) Broken out by Country   
Table 3.2.3 What was the library's budget in 2017 (in US$)? (including spending for salaries) Broken out by type of law library   
Table 3.2.4 What was the library's budget in 2017 (in US$)? (including spending for salaries) Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 3.3.1 What was the library's budget in 2018 (anticipated) (in US$)? (including spending for salaries)   
Table 3.3.2 What was the library's budget in 2018 (anticipated) (in US$)? (including spending for salaries) Broken out by Country   
Table 3.3.3 What was the library's budget in 2018 (anticipated) (in US$)? (including spending for salaries) Broken out by type of law library   
Table 3.3.4 What was the library's budget in 2018 (anticipated) (in US$)? (including spending for salaries) Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
If your library has made any substantial change to budget allocations over the past three years, please briefly summarize these changes below. Broken out by Which choice best describes your library.   
Table 4 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in each of the following years:(Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles)   
Table 4.1.1 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2016?   
Table 4.1.2 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2016? Broken out by Country   
Table 4.1.3 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2016? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 4.1.4 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2016? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 4.2.1 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2017?   
Table 4.2.2 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2017? Broken out by Country   
Table 4.2.3 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2017? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 4.2.4 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2017? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 4.3.1 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2018 (anticipated)?   
Table 4.3.2 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by Country   
Table 4.3.3 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 4.3.4 What was the library's total expenditures (in US$) for content/materials in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 5 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in the following years?   
Table 5.1.1 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2016?   
Table 5.1.2 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2016? Broken out by Country   
Table 5.1.3 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2016? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 5.1.4 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2016? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 5.2.1 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2017?   
Table 5.2.2 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2017? Broken out by Country   
Table 5.2.3 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2017? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 5.2.4 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2017? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 5.3.1 How much will the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2018 (anticipated)?   
Table 5.3.2 How much will the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by Country   
Table 5.3.3 How much will the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 5.3.4 How much did the library spend (in US$) for online databases in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 6 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by print and how much by electronic resources (percentage wise):   
Table 6.1.1 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by Print (%?   
Table 6.1.2 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by Print (%)? Broken out by Country   
Table 6.1.3 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by Print (%)? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 6.1.4 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by Print (%)? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 6.2.1 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by Electronic resources (%)?   
Table 6.2.2 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by Electronic resources (%)? Broken out by Country   
Table 6.2.3 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by Electronic resources (%)? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 6.2.4 Apart from audio-visual materials approximately what percentage of the materials/content budget was accounted for by Electronic resources (%?: Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 7.1 For how many US states does the library maintain annotated statutory codes?   
Table 7.2 For how many US states does the library maintain annotated statutory codes? Broken out by Country   
Table 7.3 For how many US states does the library maintain annotated statutory codes? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 7.4 For how many US states does the library maintain annotated statutory codes? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 8 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the following suppliers of legal information?   
Table 8.1.1 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Bloomberg?   
Table 8.1.2 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Bloomberg? Broken out by Country   
Table 8.1.3 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Bloomberg? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 8.1.4 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Bloomberg? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 8.2.1 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Thomson/Reuters/West?   
Table 8.2.2 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Thomson/Reuters/West? Broken out by Country   
Table 8.2.3 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Thomson/Reuters/West? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 8.2.4 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Thomson/Reuters/West? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 8.3.1 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis?   
Table 8.3.2 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis? Broken out by Country   
Table 8.3.3 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 8.3.4 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 8.4.1 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Wolters/Kluwers/CCH?   
Table 8.4.2 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Wolters/Kluwers/CCH? Broken out by Country   
Table 8.4.3 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Wolters/Kluwers/CCH? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 8.4.4 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use Wolters/Kluwers/CCH? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 8.5.1 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use American Bar Association   
Table 8.5.2 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use American Bar Association Broken out by Country   
Table 8.5.3 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use American Bar Association Broken out by type of law library   
Table 8.5.4 Over the next two years do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use American Bar Association Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 9.1 How would you evaluate the amount of time and effort put into information literacy activities by librarians at your library?   
Table 9.2 How would you evaluate the amount of time and effort put into information literacy activities by librarians at your library? Broken out by Country   
Table 9.3 How would you evaluate the amount of time and effort put into information literacy activities by librarians at your library? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 9.4 How would you evaluate the amount of time and effort put into information literacy activities by librarians at your library? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 10 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by each of the following vendors at your institution.   
Table 10.1.1 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by LexisNexis   
Table 10.1.2 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by LexisNexis Broken out by Country   
Table 10.1.3 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by LexisNexis Broken out by type of law library   
Table 10.1.4 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by LexisNexis Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 10.2.1 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by West   
Table 10.2.2 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by West Broken out by Country   
Table 10.2.3 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by West Broken out by type of law library   
Table 10.2.4 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by West Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 10.3.1 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by Bloomberg   
Table 10.3.2 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by Bloomberg Broken out by Country   
Table 10.3.3 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by Bloomberg Broken out by type of law library   
Table 10.3.4 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by Bloomberg Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 10.4.1 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by Hein   
Table 10.4.2 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by Hein Broken out by Country   
Table 10.4.3 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by Hein Broken out by type of law library   
Table 10.4.4 Rate the quality of the vendor training experience provided by Hein Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Explain some of your most useful information literacy tools and strategies. Broken out by Which choice best describes your library.   
What have been some of your most popular subjects recently for seminars, brown bag lunches, tutorials, one on one training sessions and other info literacy approaches? Broken out by Which choice best describes your library.   
Table 11.1 How important do you feel it is to acquaint your library's end users with newly emerging automated and robotic methods of conducting legal information searches?   
Table 11.2 How important do you feel it is to acquaint your library's end users with newly emerging automated and robotic methods of conducting legal information searches? Broken out by Country   
Table 11.3 How important do you feel it is to acquaint your library's end users with newly emerging automated and robotic methods of conducting legal information searches? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 11.4 How important do you feel it is to acquaint your library's end users with newly emerging automated and robotic methods of conducting legal information searches? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 12.1 How high a priority is the introduction and development of artificial intelligence approaches to legal information searching in your organization?   
Table 12.2 How high a priority is the introduction and development of artificial intelligence approaches to legal information searching in your organization? Broken out by Country   
Table 12.3 How high a priority is the introduction and development of artificial intelligence approaches to legal information searching in your organization? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 12.4 How high a priority is the introduction and development of artificial intelligence approaches to legal information searching in your organization? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
What steps has your library taken to familiarize your organization's librarians with artificial intelligence approaches to legal information searching? Broken out by Which choice best describes your library.   
Table 13.1 How much has your library spent (in US$) on seminars, consultants, webinars, database and software subscriptions and other information on artificial intelligence over the past three years?  If the library pays partially out of its own budget for software or database subscriptions, include only the library share in the spending figure.   
Table 13.2 How much has your library spent (in US$) on seminars, consultants, webinars, database and software subscriptions and other information on artificial intelligence over the past three years?  If the library pays partially out of its own budget for software or database subscriptions, include only the library share in the spending figure. Broken out by Country   
Table 13.3 How much has your library spent (in US$) on seminars, consultants, webinars, database and software subscriptions and other information on artificial intelligence over the past three years?  If the library pays partially out of its own budget for software or database subscriptions, include only the library share in the spending figure. Broken out by type of law library   
Table 13.4 How much has your library spent (in US$) on seminars, consultants, webinars, database and software subscriptions and other information on artificial intelligence over the past three years?  If the library pays partially out of its own budget for software or database subscriptions, include only the library share in the spending figure. Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 14 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of any of the following vendors (choose all that apply)   
Table 14.1.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of AXIOM   
Table 14.2.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of UNITEDLEX   
Table 14.3.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of ELEVATE   
Table 14.4.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of KIRA SYSTEMS   
Table 14.4.2 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of KIRA SYSTEMS Broken out by Country   
Table 14.4.3 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of KIRA SYSTEMS Broken out by type of law library   
Table 14.4.4 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of KIRA SYSTEMS Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 14.5.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of LAWGEEX   
Table 14.6.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of BEAGLE   
Table 14.7.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of EBREVIA   
Table 14.8.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of CASETEXT   
Table 14.8.2 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of CASETEXT Broken out by Country   
Table 14.8.3 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of CASETEXT Broken out by type of law library   
Table 14.8.4 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of CASETEXT Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 14.9.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of LOGIKCULL   
Table 14.10.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of LUMINANCE   
Table 14.11.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of JEUGENE   
Table 14.12.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of OMNITY   
Table 14.13.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of RAVEL LAW   
Table 14.13.2 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of RAVEL LAW Broken out by Country   
Table 14.13.3 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of RAVEL LAW Broken out by type of law library   
Table 14.13.4 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of RAVEL LAW Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 14.14.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of RAVN SYSTEMS   
Table 14.15.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of RIVERVIEW LAW   
Table 14.16.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of ROSS INTELLIGENCE   
Table 14.16.2 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of ROSS INTELLIGENCE Broken out by Country   
Table 14.16.3 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of ROSS INTELLIGENCE Broken out by type of law library   
Table 14.16.4 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of ROSS INTELLIGENCE Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 14.17.1 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of SEAL SOFTWARE   
Table 14.17.2 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of SEAL SOFTWARE Broken out by Country   
Table 14.17.3 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of SEAL SOFTWARE Broken out by type of law library   
Table 14.17.4 To the best of your knowledge does your organization use the artificial intelligence products or services of SEAL SOFTWARE Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 15 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the following formats:   
Table 15.1.1 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Print with no Electronic Access?   
Table 15.1.2 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Print with no Electronic Access? Broken out by Country   
Table 15.1.3 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Print with no Electronic Access?    Broken out by type of law library   
Table 15.1.4 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Print with no Electronic Access? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 15.2.1 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Electronic with no Print Counterpart?   
Table 15.2.2 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Electronic with no Print Counterpart? Broken out by Country   
Table 15.2.3 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format:  Electronic with no Print Counterpart? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 15.2.4 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Electronic with no Print Counterpart? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 15.3.1 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Both print and Electronic Access?   
Table 15.3.2 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format:  Both print and Electronic Access? Broken out by Country   
Table 15.3.3 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Both print and Electronic Access? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 15.3.4 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the format: Both print and Electronic Access? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 16 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in the following years?   
Table 16.1.1 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2017?   
Table 16.1.2 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2017? Broken out by Country   
Table 16.1.3 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2017? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 16.1.4 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2017? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 16.2.1 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2018 (anticipated)?   
Table 16.2.2 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by Country   
Table 16.2.3 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 16.2.4 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
What are your expectations over the next three years for the library's print collection of journals and periodicals? Broken out by Which choice best describes your library.   
Table 17 How much did the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in:   
Table 17.1.1 How much did the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in 2017?   
Table 17.1.2 How much did the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in 2017? Broken out by Country   
Table 17.1.3 How much did the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in 2017? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 17.1.4 How much did the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in 2017? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 17.2.1 How much will the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in 2018 (anticipated)?   
Table 17.2.2 How much will the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by Country   
Table 17.2.3 How much will the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 17.2.4 How much will the library spend (in US$) for subscriptions to magazines and newspapers in traditional print formats in 2018 (anticipated)? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 18 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2017 and 2018? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books)   
Table 18.1.1 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2017? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books)   
Table 18.1.2 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2017? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books) Broken out by Country   
Table 18.1.3 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2017? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books) Broken out by type of law library   
Table 18.1.4 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2017? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books) Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 18.2.1 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2018 (anticipated)? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books)   
Table 18.2.2 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2018 (anticipated)? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books) Broken out by Country   
Table 18.2.3 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2018 (anticipated)? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books) Broken out by type of law library   
Table 18.2.4 How much will the library spend (in US$) on traditional print books in 2018 (anticipated)? (exclude directories, reporters and other periodicals which we will ask about separately; also exclude e-books) Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 19 How much did the library spend on eBooks in the following years? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online)   
Table 19.1.1 How much did the library spend (in US$) on eBooks in 2017? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online)   
Table 19.1.2 How much did the library spend (in US$) on eBooks in 2017? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online) Broken out by Country   
Table 19.1.3 How much did the library spend (in US$) on eBooks in 2017? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online) Broken out by type of law library   
Table 19.1.4 How much did the library spend (in US$) on eBooks in 2017? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online) Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 19.2.1 How much will the library spend (in US$) on eBooks in 2018 (anticipated)? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online)   
Table 19.2.2 How much will the library spend (in US$) on eBooks in 2018 (anticipated)? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online) Broken out by Country   
Table 19.2.3 How much will the library spend (in US$) on eBooks in 2018 (anticipated)? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online) Broken out by type of law library   
Table 19.2.4 How much will the library spend (in US$) on eBooks in 2018 (anticipated)? (exclude journals and reporters, even if online) Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Which eBook publishers or aggregators account for the highest share of the library's use of eBooks? Broken out by Which choice best describes your library   
Table 20 How much did (will) the library spend for print reporters in the following years?   
Table 20.1.1 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print reporters in 2017?   
Table 20.1.2 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print reporters in 2017? Broken out by Country   
Table 20.1.3 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print reporters in 2017? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 20.1.4 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print reporters in 2017? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed   
Table 20.2.1 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print reporters in 2018?   
Table 20.2.2 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print reporters in 2018? Broken out by Country   
Table 20.2.3 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print reporters in 2018? Broken out by type of law library   
Table 20.2.4 How much did (will) the library spend (in US$) for print reporters in 2018? Broken out by number of full time equivalent librarians employed

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