AbstractDespite the vital role they play in the success of their law schools, academic law librarians are often denied attendance to and participation in law faculty meetings on certain matters of law school governance. This article argues that including qualified librarians in faculty meeting discussions and decision making will benefit law schools, faculty, and students alike.
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