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How Law Schools Benefit When Librarians Publish, Teach and Hold Faculty Status

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Title: How Law Schools Benefit When Librarians Publish, Teach and Hold Faculty Status
Author: Parker, Carol
Subject(s): Law Librarians
Boulder Conference on Legal Information: Scholarship and Teaching
Boulder Statement on Legal Research Education
Signature Pedagogy of Legal Research Education
Faculty Status for Academic Librarians
Shared Governance
Abstract: Many non-director academic law librarians publish and teach legal research classes. Some hold faculty status as well. Law librarians have expertise in the development and delivery of legal research instruction methodologies and are developing a body of literature documenting their efforts to create and share a pedagogy of legal research instruction. Principles of shared faculty governance entitle library faculty to contribute to the development and delivery of a curriculum of legal research instruction. Encouraging law librarian participation in the shared governance of law schools should lead to increasing opportunities for the successful reform of legal education curricula with respect to legal research instruction.
Date: 2011-01-01
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/11816

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