Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Winter 3-3-2011

Abstract

Various statuses, tenure tracks, and performance review standards exist in law librarian tenure or continuous appointment policies. Professor Parker argues that law library leaders should insist on faculty status for librarians, develop uniform performance review standards for retention and promotion policies, and support scholarship with workshops and time off from administrative duties to write. Winner of the "AALL LexisNexis Call for Papers Open Division Award" for 2010.

Publication Title

Law Library Journal

Keywords

Academic Law Librarians, Tenure Policy Performance Standards

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