LexisNexis reduces staff by about 500. Officials are mum, but others say layoffs were global, including Ohio and Northeast U.S.
The Delaware Supreme Court has created a new arm of its court system to provide state lawyers with guidance and education on technology and maintaining client confidentiality.
Organizational psychologist Jevon Powell outlines a structure for preparing and guiding personnel through major changes at firms at the American Association of Law Libraries annual meeting in Seattle.
2013 AALL Meeting & Conference includes an exhibit hall with ninety vendors.
Librarians have gotten accustomed to squeezing more out of their budgets, according to The American Lawyer's 12th annual Law Librarian Survey.
TrakBill, an online service that tracks state and federal legislation, received a half-million dollar investment from Cultivation Capital, a venture capital firm that invests in technology startups in the Midwest.
VerdictSearch.com, which offers verdict and settlement news and research, has a new user interface that facilitates access to more than 175,000 case results via an advanced search interface.
Snapshot: Steven Lastres: Debevoise & Plimpton's director of library and knowledge management.
Today's law librarians contribute to both the practice and business of law. How 'digital first' is changing their roles.