Footnotes · 47
Footnotes may also include errata and corrections to data from prior years not previously reported. Numbers refer
to columns in Library Data Tables and to Questionnaire numbers. Unless otherwise stated all figures are as of
All figures are as of 09/30/2012.
10 Includes professional and support staff.
11 For professional staff.
8.a, 13.a Lost one .50 FTE librarian, and one .50 FTE librarian was on medical leave.
9 Made a large purchase.
21 Materials provided to libraries only if they are a member of one of our consortiums; more resources
available online and libraries borrowing less.
20 Included in main library.
All figures are as of 05/31/2012.
10 Fringe benefits are reported only for full-time professional and support staff. Part-time staff benefits
are not included in this figure if the position is benefits-eligible.
15 The number reported here follows the new ARL guideline of counting students in ongoing classes
(e.g., semester-long classes) only once, rather than counting the students for each meeting of the class.
Most of the law librarians’ contact hours are based on their semester-long courses in advanced legal
research and subject specific legal research such as tax law, immigration law, intellectual property,
18–20 The University Libraries numbers will stand for the Law Library. Law-only databases like Lexis,
Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law are not COUNTER-compliant.
21 This number is lower than last year due to a decrease in requests received from other libraries for
materials held in our collection.
22 This figure is lower than last year due to new online research resources made available through
subscriptions purchased by the Law Library and the University Library, thus decreasing the need for
interlibrary loan requests from other institutions.
23 J.D. Degrees only. LL.M. degrees (15 awarded in 2012) are not counted in this figure.
28 759 J.D. students and 19 LL.M. students.
29 1 J.D. student and 1 LL.M. student.
All figures are as of 12/31/2011.
10 Fringe benefits include employer-paid 401k contributions, medical insurance, dental insurance,
vision insurance, life insurance, sick leave, and vacation leave.
11 Official designated percentages: faculty: 49.6%, administrative: 54.1%, and staff: 70.1%.
18 These are from HeinOnline.
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