This morning, our summer associates had their library orientation. For many summer associates, the library may be the one place within a law firm that is familiar territory to them, especially if they have been using similar facilities at law school.

Frequently, I hear my fellow law librarians debate the issue of whether law school students learn enough about legal research when they are in law school. I suspect they don’t. During their time in school, attorneys have a lot to learn just to be able to read and analyze a case or statute.

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