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Law Library Benchmarks, 2020-21 Edition

  • ID: 5118865
  • Report
  • June 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 136 Pages
  • Primary Research Group
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The report, with data gathered after the inception of the pandemic, gives critical benchmarking data about how law libraries are dealing with the COVID-19 crisis.  The study gives detailed benchmarking data on spending on books, online law content databases, law journals, and print reporters as well as overall budgets and spending on salaries.  The study also looks at staffing levels, communications technologies used during the pandemic, and how law libraries are planning to handle the near future.  In addition, the study reports on other important issues, such as the use of artificial intelligence in legal information searching, the development and use of database usage statistics, and other issues of interest to contemporary law libraries.

Data in the report is derived from 35 law libraries in North America with data broken out by the size of the library, by operational status during the pandemic, and by type of library, with data presented individually for university law libraries, law firm law libraries, courthouse libraries, and other government law libraries. In open ended questions, the 35 participants comment on their libraries is dealing with the pandemic and what their plans are for the future.

Just a few of the findings from this 137-page report are:

  • Zoom was being used by 54.8% of respondents to communicate with library patrons working at a distance, including by all of the university libraries in the sample.
  • For law firm librarians in the sample, keeping up with new legislation and its implications for clients was one of their most time consuming new tasks.
  • Spending on salaries by law firm libraries fell by 6.23% in 2020 but spending by other types of law firms on salaries increased.
  • Spending on print reporters in 2020 is expected to fall by 10%.
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1. THE QUESTIONNAIRE    

2. PARTICIPANTS LIST    

  • Characteristics of the Sample    

3. SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS    

  • Current Plans to Alter Status or Re-open the Library    
  • Communications Technologies Used to Correspond with Patrons & Staff from a Distance    
  • Employees Quarantined, Diagnosed or Passed Away Due to COVID-19    
  • Patron Organization Plans to Being Back Employees to the Physical Workplace    
  • Current Number of Full Time Equivalent Employees of the Library    
  • Tasks or Objectives Consuming More Staff Time in Recent Months    
  • Spending on Salaries and Benefits 2018, 2019, 2020    
  • Personnel Plans for the Upcoming Year    
  • View of the Impact of the Pandemic on the Economic Health of the Parent Organization    
  • The Library Overall Budget, 2018, 2019 and 2020    
  • Substantial Changes Made to Budget Allocations Over the Past Few Months, Post Pandemic Inception    
  • Library Spending on Content/Materials 2018, 2019 and 2020    
  • Library Spending for Online Databases 2018, 2019, 2020    
  • Plans for Spending on Specific Legal Information Suppliers    
  • View of Which Publishers Reached Out the Most During the Pandemic    
  • View of the Importance of AI in Legal Research    
  • Steps Taken to Familiarize Library Patrons with AI in Legal Research    
  • Most Popular AI Products    
  • Level of Influence of the Law Library Over Institutional Resources Vis a Vis Other Departments in your Organization    
  • Library Methods of Monitoring Content Database Usage    
  • Frequency of Presentation to Management of Usage Data of Library Resources    
  • Number of Subscriptions Maintained to Legal Journals in Print Formats    
  • Number of Subscriptions Maintained to Legal Journals in Electronic Formats    
  • Number of Subscriptions Maintained to Legal Journals in Joint Print/Electronic Formats    
  • Spending for Law Journals in 2019 and 2020    
  • Spending for Print Reporters in 2019 and 2020    
  • Impact of the Pandemic on Plans for the Print Materials Collection    

List of Tables

Table 1 Your library staff has primarily used which of the following to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations?    
Table 1.1.1 Has your library staff primarily used Skype to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations?    
Table 1.1.2 Has your library staff primarily used Skype to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 1.1.3 Has your library staff primarily used Skype to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 1.1.4 Has your library staff primarily used Skype to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 1.2.1 Has your library staff primarily used Zoom to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations    
Table 1.2.2 Has your library staff primarily used Zoom to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 1.2.3 Has your library staff primarily used Zoom to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 1.2.4 Has your library staff primarily used Zoom to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 1.3.1 Has your library staff primarily used WebEx to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations    
Table 1.3.2 Has your library staff primarily used WebEx to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 1.3.3 Has your library staff primarily used WebEx to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 1.3.4 Has your library staff primarily used WebEx to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 1.4.1 Has your library staff primarily used Google Hangouts to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations    
Table 1.4.2 Has your library staff primarily used Google Hangouts to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 1.4.3 Has your library staff primarily used Google Hangouts to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 1.4.4 Has your library staff primarily used Google Hangouts to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 1.5.1 Has your library staff primarily used Adobe Connect to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations    
Table 1.6.1 Has your library staff primarily used Microsoft Teams to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations    
Table 1.6.2 Has your library staff primarily used Microsoft Teams to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 1.6.3 Has your library staff primarily used Microsoft Teams to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 1.6.4 Has your library staff primarily used Microsoft Teams to interact with library patrons and staff at remote locations Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 2 Have any employees of the library been quarantined, diagnosed with Covid-19 or passed away from the disease?    
Table 2.1.1 Have any employees of the library been quarantined?    
Table 2.1.2 Have any employees of the library been quarantined? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 2.1.3 Have any employees of the library been quarantined? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 2.1.4 Have any employees of the library been quarantined? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 2.2.1 Have any employees of the library been diagnosed?    
Table 2.3.1 Have any employees of the library been passed away?    
Table 3.1 Which phrase best describes the path that your organization is likely to take over the next three months as a response to the coronavirus epidemic?    
Table 3.2 Which phrase best describes the path that your organization is likely to take  over the next three months as a response to the coronavirus epidemic? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 3.3 Which phrase best describes the path that your organization is likely to take  over the next three months as a response to the coronavirus epidemic? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 3.4 Which phrase best describes the path that your organization is likely to take  over the next three months as a response to the coronavirus epidemic? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 4.1 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by the library?    
Table 4.2 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by the library? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 4.3 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by the library? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 4.4 How many other full time equivalent employees such as library assistants, technology staff, secretaries and others are employed by the library? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
What single task or objective has taken an increasing amount of staff time in recent months and why has so much staff time been devoted to it? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 5 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in each of the following years: 2018, 2019 and 2020?    
Table 5.1.1 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2018?    
Table 5.1.2 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2018? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 5.1.3 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2018? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 5.1.4 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2018? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 5.2.1 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2019?    
Table 5.2.2 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2019? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 5.2.3 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2019? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 5.2.4 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2019? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 5.3.1 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2020?    
Table 5.3.2 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2020? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 5.3.3 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2020? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 5.3.4 What was or will be your library or parent organization's overall spending on staff salary costs (in US $), excluding benefits such as health insurance, in 2020? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 6.1 Which of the following best approximates your library's personnel plans over the next year?    
Table 6.2 Which of the following best approximates your library's personnel plans over the next year? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 6.3 Which of the following best approximates your library's personnel plans over the next year? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 6.4 Which of the following best approximates your library's personnel plans over the next year? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 7.1  How do your view the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the economic condition of your parent organization?    
Table 7.2  How do your view the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the economic condition of your parent organization? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 7.3  How do your view the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the economic condition of your parent organization? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 7.4  How do your view the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the economic condition of your parent organization? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 8 What was the library's budget (in US $) in each of the following years: (including spending for salaries) 2018, 2019 and 2020?    
Table 8.1.1 What was the library's budget (in US $) in 2018?    
Table 8.1.2 What was the library's budget (in US $) in 2018? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 8.1.3 What was the library's budget (in US $) in 2018? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 8.1.4 What was the library's budget (in US $) in 2018? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 8.2.1 What was the library's budget (in US $) in 2019?    
Table 8.2.2 What was the library's budget (in US $) in 2019? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 8.2.3 What was the library's budget (in US $) in 2019? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 8.2.4 What was the library's budget (in US $) in 2019? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 8.3.1 What will be the library's budget (in US $) in 2020 (anticipated)?    
Table 8.3.2 What will be the library's budget (in US $) in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 8.3.3 What will be the library's budget (in US $) in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 8.3.4 What will be the library's budget (in US $) in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
If your library has made any substantial change to budget allocations over the few months, please briefly summarize these changes. Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 9 What was the library's total expenditures (in US $)  for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in each of the following years:  2018, 2019 and 2020? (Content is defined as books, journals, magazines, audio visual materials, newsletters, databases, directories and other such information vehicles)    
Table 9.1.1 What were the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials in both print and electronic formats in 2018?    
Table 9.1.2 What were the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2018? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 9.1.3 What were the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials in both print and electronic formats in 2018? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 9.1.4 What were the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2018? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 9.2.1 What were the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2019?    
Table 9.2.2 What were the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2019? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 9.2.3 What were the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2019? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 9.2.4 What were the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2019? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 9.3.1 What will be the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2020 (anticipated)?    
Table 9.3.2 What will be the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 9.3.3 What will be the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 9.3.4 What will be the library's total expenditures (in US $) for content/materials  in both print and electronic formats in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 10 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in the following years: 2018, 2019 and 2020?    
Table 10.1.1 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2018?    
Table 10.1.2 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2018? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 10.1.3 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2018? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 10.1.4 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2018? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 10.2.1 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2019?    
Table 10.2.2 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2019? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 10.2.3 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2019? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 10.2.4 How much did the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2019? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 10.3.1 How much will the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2020 (anticipated)?    
Table 10.3.2 How much will the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 10.3.3 How much will the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 10.3.4 How much will the library spend (in US $) for online databases in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 11 Over the next year 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 11.1.1 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Bloomberg?    
Table 11.1.2 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Bloomberg? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 11.1.3 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Bloomberg? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 11.1.4 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Bloomberg? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 11.2.1 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Thomson/Reuters/West?    
Table 11.2.2 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Thomson/Reuters/West? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 11.2.3 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Thomson/Reuters/West? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 11.2.4 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Thomson/Reuters/West? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 11.3.1 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis?    
Table 11.3.2 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 11.3.3 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 11.3.4 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Reed/Elsevier/LexisNexis? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 11.4.1 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Wolters/Kluwers/CHH?    
Table 11.4.2 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Wolters/Kluwers/CHH? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 11.4.3 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Wolters/Kluwers/CHH? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 11.4.4 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the Wolters/Kluwers/CHH? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 11.5.1 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the American Bar Association?    
Table 11.5.2 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the American Bar Association? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 11.5.3 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the American Bar Association? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 11.5.4 Over the next year do you feel that your law library will spend more, spend less, spend about the same, or continue not to use the American Bar Association? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 12.1 Which of the following do you feel has most reached out to help during the coronavirus epidemic?    
Table 12.2 Which of the following do you feel has most reached out to help during the coronavirus epidemic? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 12.3 Which of the following do you feel has most reached out to help during the coronavirus epidemic? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 12.4 Which of the following do you feel has most reached out to help during the coronavirus epidemic? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 13.1 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 13.2 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 Type of law library    
Table 13.3 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 FTE employees    
Table 13.4 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 Current operating status of the library    
What steps has your library taken to familiarize your organization's librarians with artificial intelligence approaches to legal information searching? Broken out by Type of law library    
Which law artificial intelligence products have been, or you think will be, most useful for your organization?  Why? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 14.1 How influential would you say that the law library is relative to the norm for other departments and agencies within your organization -- in its ability to protect its interests, particularly in budget negotiations?    
Table 14.2 How influential would you say that the law library is relative to the norm for other departments and agencies within your organization -- in its ability to protect its interests, particularly in budget negotiations? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 14.3 How influential would you say that the law library is relative to the norm for other departments and agencies within your organization -- in its ability to protect its interests, particularly in budget negotiations? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 14.4 How influential would you say that the law library is relative to the norm for other departments and agencies within your organization -- in its ability to protect its interests, particularly in budget negotiations? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
What tools does the library use to monitor how much various library databases, software and other tools are used by its patrons? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 15.1 About how often do you present library tool usage data to organization executives outside of the law library? (i.e., law partners/management committee, university deans, government agency management, etc.)    
Table 15.2 About how often do you present library tool usage data to organization executives outside of the law library? (i.e., law partners/management committee, university deans, government agency management, etc.) Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 15.3 About how often do you present library tool usage data to organization executives outside of the law library? (i.e., law partners/management committee, university deans, government agency management, etc.) Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 15.4 About how often do you present library tool usage data to organization executives outside of the law library? (i.e., law partners/management committee, university deans, government agency management, etc.) Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
What kind of help has your library received from your consortium in dealing with the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the library? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 16 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in the following formats:    
Table 16.1.1 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in print with no electronic access format?    
Table 16.1.2 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in print with no electronic access format? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 16.1.3 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in print with no electronic access format? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 16.1.4 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in print with no electronic access format? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 16.2.1 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in electronic with no print counterpart format?    
Table 16.2.2 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in electronic with no print counterpart format? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 16.2.3 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in electronic with no print counterpart format? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 16.2.4 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in electronic with no print counterpart format? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 16.3.1 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in both print and electronic access format?    
Table 16.3.2 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in both print and electronic access format? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 16.3.3 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in both print and electronic access format? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 16.3.4 How many subscriptions that require payment does the library maintain to legal journals in both print and electronic access format? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 17 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:    
Table 17.1.1 How much did the library spend (in US $) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2019?    
Table 17.1.2 How much did the library spend (in US $) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2019? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 17.1.3 How much did the library spend (in US $) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2019? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 17.1.4 How much did the library spend (in US $) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2019? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 17.2.1 How much will the library spend (in US $) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2020 (anticipated)?    
Table 17.2.2 How much will the library spend (in US $) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 17.2.3 How much will the library spend (in US $) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 17.2.4 How much will the library spend (in US $) for print and/or electronic versions of legal, scientific and other scholarly and professional journals in 2020 (anticipated)? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
What are your expectations over the next three years for the library's print collection of journals and periodicals? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 18 How much did (will) the library spend (in US $) for print reporters in 2019 and 2020?    
Table 18.1.1 How much did the library spend  (in US $) for print reporters in 2019?    
Table 18.1.2 How much did the library spend  (in US $) for print reporters in 2019? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 18.1.3 How much did the library spend  (in US $) for print reporters in 2019? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 18.1.4 How much did the library spend  (in US $) for print reporters in 2019? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
Table 18.2.1 How much will the library spend  (in US $) for print reporters in 2020?    
Table 18.2.2 How much will the library spend  (in US $) for print reporters in 2020? Broken out by Type of law library    
Table 18.2.3 How much will the library spend  (in US $) for print reporters in 2020? Broken out by FTE employees    
Table 18.2.4 How much will the library spend  (in US $) for print reporters in 2020? Broken out by Current operating status of the library    
In general, how has the coronavirus epidemic impacted or will impact your print materials collection? Broken out by Type of law library    

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