Survey of Law School Faculty: Trends in Funding Legal Research & Scholarship (ISBN No:978-157440-465-4 )

This 70+ page study presents data from a survey of 114 law faculty from 60 law schools about the grants and other funds that they have sought or received to support their scholarly efforts.  The report presents detailed data on the amount of funds raised over the past five years, the outlook for funding currently and in the future, sources of funding, topics funded, and much more.  The study also looks at how law school faculty evaluate the help that they receive from law school and general university administration, the law and general university library and other sources.  Data in the report is broken out by many criteria such as title, gender and age of faculty and size and ranking of the law school, among other variables.  Just a few of the report’s many findings are that:

·         The mean cumulative amount of the grants received over the past five years for faculty who had been able to raise money was $109,989 with a median of $50,000.

·         Men received more support than women; men who received any support over the past five years averaged a 5-year cumulative total of $135,529 vs. only $82,853 for women in the same circumstance.

·         Associate and assistant professors spent much more time than full professors chasing money; the former spent 6.22% of their total work time looking for grants or other support; the latter, only 2.88%.

The report includes faculty from these and many other law schools: Australian National University Law School, Birmingham Law School, The University of Birmingham, England, Boston College Law School, California Western School of Law, Charleston School of Law, Columbia University Law School, Cornell Law School, CUNY School of Law, Denver Law, Griffith University Law, Harvard Law School, Hofstra Law School. Northeastern University Law School, NYU Law School, Oklahoma University College of Law, Rutgers Law School, School of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, St. Louis University School of Law, Stanford Law School, Texas Tech University School of Law, The John Marshall Law School, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, University of Alberta Law School, University of Maryland School of Law, University of Miami Law, UNLV Boyd School of Law, University of Washington Law and many others.

Higher Education Management

Report coverage in this topic area includes: marketing, enrollment and public relations; advancement and fundraising; international and domestic student services; retention and assessment; technology management, facilities managment, and much more.

Law Firm and Law Library Management

Reports in this area can be roughly grouped into 4 types: surveys of law libraries, surveys of attorneys in major law firms, surveys of management personnel in major law firms, and surveys of law school faculty and administrators.


Subject areas covered include: content management, materials purchasing, facilities management, digitization, purchasing and negotiations, open access and digital repositories, personnel management and training, budgeting, fundraising and much more.

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