Today's law library is tightly integrated with the rest of the firm. It's vital for finding case law and for finding new business, too. LawFirmInc.'s sixth annual survey of law librarians at Am Law 200 firms reveals that they're continuing to move beyond legal research and into marketing and competitive intelligence, computer training and even knowledge management projects. But while job satisfaction rates remain high, headaches come from the vendors who sell access to electronic research tools.
Survey Says Librarians Like Their Jobs but Are Displeased With Vendors
August 10, 2007
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