Should Academic Law Library Directors Be Tenured Law Faculty?
ABA Standard 603(d) provides that directors should hold faculty appointments with security of faculty position, and not in the administrative position of director, unless under very special circumstances. In What Interests are Served When Academic Law Library Directors are Tenured…
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