Survey of Law School Faculty: Trends in Funding for Legal Research & Scholarship

Published - July 2017| Code - PRG190A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

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.

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