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TABLE 45: AVERAGE PROFESSIONAL SALARIES
IN ARL UNIVERSITY LAW LIBRARIES
RANK ORDER TABLE, FY 2005-06*
Rank Institution Salary Rank Institution Salary
1 Michigan $75,721 36 Virginia $59,973
2 California, Davis 73,967 37 South Carolina 58,744
3 Georgetown 72,353 38 SUNY Buffalo 58,618
4 Harvard 71,870 39 Texas 58,403
5 California, Los Angeles 71,588 40 Illinois, Urbana 58,339
6 Yale 71,102 41 Washington U.-St. Louis 58,089
7 New York University 70,654 42 Rutgers, Newark 57,874
8 York 69,540 43 Arizona State 57,571
9 Columbia 68,715 44 Wisconsin 57,363
10 Boston College 67,681 45 Arizona 57,218
11 Toronto 67,092 46 McGill 57,091
12 Minnesota 66,456 47 Vanderbilt 56,854
13 Duke 66,194 48 Tulane 56,712
14 New Mexico 65,962 49 Louisiana State 55,788
15 George Washington 65,780 50 Cincinnati 55,746
16 Iowa 65,535 51 Temple 55,432
17 Boston University 65,000 52 Utah 55,347
18 Connecticut 64,716 53 Florida 55,267
19 Southern Illinois 63,702 54 Emory 54,839
20 Cornell 63,278 55 Syracuse 54,069
21 Tennessee 63,206 56 Nebraska 53,875
22 Pennsylvania 63,054 57 Miami 52,750
23 Notre Dame 62,922 58 Houston 52,660
24 Colorado 62,470 59 Oregon 52,091
25 Washington 62,383 60 Montreal 50,341
26 Ohio State 62,124 61 Texas Tech 50,263
27 North Carolina 62,106 62 Oklahoma 49,400
28 Louisville 61,899 63 Florida State 48,527
29 Pennsylvania State 61,778 64 Georgia 47,436
30 Alabama 61,683 65 Kansas 46,356
31 Northwestern 61,465 66 Western Ontario 46,150
32 Indiana 61,048 67 Kentucky 46,133
33 Case Western Reserve 60,704 68 Missouri 44,472
34 Rutgers, Camden 60,292 69 Howard 42,831
35 Hawaii 60,075 70 Wayne State 42,475
* Salaries of directors are not included in the calculation of averages. Alberta, Manitoba, Queen’s, and Saskatchewan are not ranked because
they reported fewer than four individuals.

Canadian salaries expressed in U.S. dollars.
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