Working through a SWOT analysis is a good way to identify key points and concerns, says Tricia Kasting, a reference/government documents librarian at Hofstra University's law school. SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats, and the analysis can be performed at many levels, from the personal to the organization's position among competitors. Kasting recommends others use it to assist with creating an objective overview of how their organization is positioned within their environment.
A SWOT Analysis of Law Libraries
Special to Law.com
April 9, 2008