Law is a learned profession. Judges and clerks read case reporters. Law students lug around treatises that look thicker than they are long. Litigators flip through codes, digests, legal encyclopedias and other books with too much agate type.

Surprise: The central theme of AmLaw Tech‘s first survey of law librarians is that books are becoming historic relics at the nation’s largest law firms.

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