Who says libraries are dull? Right now, intergenerational battles are being waged in legal libraries across the country. "Mature Generation" and "Baby Boomer" attorneys cling to their books and the ways things have always been done, while the "Generation X" and "Generation Y" attorneys look for instant gratification from computer resources. Rissa Peckar and Joseph L. Biagiotti let us know that law librarians can lead the way to peace by helping both sides learn from each other.
Legal Research: Bridging the Generation Gap
The National Law Journal
June 19, 2006
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