Concerned about the growing trend of new associates lacking solid legal research basics, law firm library directors are working with law schools to bridge the gap. In this column, Bobbi Cross, director of research and information resources with Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, lists 10 legal research tips for associates. One piece of advice: Know when to ask your firm's law librarian for help.
Top 10 Things Law Librarians Want New Associates to Know
The Legal Intelligencer
April 20, 2006
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