In the second AmLaw Tech Library Survey, the verdict is clear: Books are giving way to technology. Law libraries' physical space is shrinking, and today's law librarians are often more concerned about maintaining WiFi reception than full sets of ALRs. But as it turns out, deploying all that labor-saving technology is a labor-intensive enterprise, and librarians are busier than ever.
Less Is More at Law Libraries
June 5, 2003
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