Ours are listed here, they are very broad….. I hope you are well.
A Chairman, appointed by Curators of the University Libraries
Two members of the Law Faculty appointed by the Faculty Board
The Research Coordinator of the Faculty of Law
A College Librarian, as nominated by the Conference of College Librarians
The Social Sciences Librarian, ex officio
The Bodleian Law Librarian, ex officio
Up to a maximum of four other Bodleian Law Library staff, including the Academic Services Librarian and the Information Resources Librarian, and the Electronic Resources Librarian, one of whom will serve as Minutes Secretary
The Law Faculty Teaching and Learning Officer
One undergraduate from the Law Faculty
One graduate from the Law Faculty
To provide strategic advice on library provision in the Bodleian Law Library
To consider strategic matters affecting the management, budget and collections of the Bodleian Law Library
To report, as appropriate, to the Curators of the University Libraries, the Social Sciences Divisional COLP and the Law Faculty Board
Periods of appointment for appointed members shall normally not exceed three years or be less than two years; this may be one year for students.
The Committee shall normally meet at least once a term usually on Friday in Week 4.
The Committee will have the power to establish sub-committees as it may from time to time determine are needed to conduct its business effectively.
The agenda will be constructed by arrangement between the Chairman of the Committee and the Bodleian Law Librarian. Minutes will be taken by a designated member of the Bodleian Law Library staff.
I know this is very much off topic (so apologies, but I am rather desperate and I only belong to this one listserv). I tried to join LAW-LIB but the message to [log in to unmask] and bounced back. Does anyone know whether it still exists and if so how to join up?
I wonder if anyone has terms of reference for a Law Library Committee (needless to say I have to compile something in a great rush). I don't know how helpful USA Law Libraries' terms would be because they are usually part of the Law Faculty itself. In this instance the library falls under the University Libraries rather than the Faculty. Is there anyone in Australia, NZ Canada or the UK who has such terms of reference they might be prepared to let me see? I have searched the web for a long time with many combinations of search terms but did not come up with much at all. I can find examples of such terms of reference for a general University Library Committee but not for a Law Library Committee specifically. Any advice or references will be most welcome.
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