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AALL Spectrum / January/February 2018 / Volume 22, Number 3

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38 AALL SPECTRUM | WWW.AALLNET.ORG RESEARCH Highlights from the 2017 AALL Biennial Salary Survey & Organizational Characteristics Report A s legal information professionals' roles and work environments continue to change, it has become more important than ever to provide useful information for budgeting and salary negoti- ations. Since 1993, the AALL Biennial Salary Survey has been the only source for comparable and comprehensive salary information for law school, law firm/corporate, and government law libraries. Here are key takeaways from the 2017 survey. e AALL Salary Survey provides mean, median, and rst and third quartile annual salary data for 25 law library positions. Job position descriptions were provided for reference in order to ensure consistency in the data reported. Salary data are broken out by many dierent characteristics, including location, number of people supervised, education, and years of experience. Additional breakouts specic to each library type are also included. Furthermore, law rm/corporate law libraries include annual bonus paid and law school libraries include tenure and teaching information. FOR LAW LIBRARIES ARE ON THE RISE BUDGETS & STAFFING $ BUDGETS & STAFFING

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