Posted On: March 27, 2012 by Ronald V. Miller, Jr.

Making a Better Law Library

The Maryland State Law Library is conducting a 12-question survey on access to legal information and law libraries. The survey is designed to advance the Study Committee's goals: 1) assessment of the court library system with respect to the needs of its users; 2) exploration of ways to enhance statewide access to legal information; and 3) discussion of strategies for ensuring the fiscal sustainability of court libraries.

The Study Committee hopes to provide recommendations in a report to be issued later in 2012. If you wish to know more about this initiative, you can provide your contact information in the box at the end of the survey.

You can take the survey here.