Law libraries and law librarians aren’t what they used to be. But as those mainstays of law firm research adapt to a new legal industry, broader roles in knowledge management have found a place in the c-suite.

Elizabeth Chiapperi has been in knowledge management for more than 25 years, and she has spent much of that time at Nixon Peabody, where she is now chief knowledge officer. Her title changed at a time when a lot of the firm’s administrative titles were getting the “chief” modifier, she says.

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