Life is change, deal with it.[FOOTNOTE 1]

Change is a constant theme for everyone these days. Scan the articles on Law.com, and many deal with the need for firms to change how they interact with clients or attract and retain associates. Law schools are changing first-year curriculums. Courts are changing how lawyers file and access documents. And, of course, law libraries are changing to meet the needs of their institutions and patrons. Technology and the Internet allow ready access to people and to information, and it is fast and convenient.

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