Library Services for the Self-Interested Law School: Enhancing the Visibility of Faculty Scholarship

Recent waves of budget cuts have law librarians asking themselves how they can better promote their law library’s value to campus. Simon Canick, Associate Dean of Information Resources at William Mitchell College of Law, suggests one such way is to evaluate law library services with a new perspective that supports faculty scholarship. With a creative and acute vision, law librarians can illustrate how recent profound changes in legal education and the motivators of today’s law professors are changing.