As increasing numbers of beautiful, book-stocked law firm libraries are replaced by streamlined, techno-libraries, the prevailing wisdom is that the new electronic libraries are much more cost-effective. But there's a major problem with this scenario: Attorneys and administrators don't always agree on how a law library is used and what resources make up the tools of today's trade.
Revolution or Evolution for Law Libraries?
The National Law Journal
July 10, 2003
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