Thursday, December 26, 2013

The End of Law Libraries?

Or at least the end of law libraries as we have historically known them. The basic premise that law schools, now in secular contraction mode, will need to continue to find ways to cut expenses.  Moving to pure online research is a logical next step for most law schools. Think in terms of law firms, these days. How many of the attorneys do their legal research in the traditional law firm library? Not many, is my sense.


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